Dollar Store Crafts -Cake Plate from candlesticks

I used to be in an art club…many moons ago.  Every so often we would gather up a group of items.  Each artist would get an allowed time with the box of stuff.  Each artist would do something original with the items from the box.  Because, just like people, each of us were different types of artist.   I was really into photography at the time, so I set it up and photographed it…and “Sally Joe” would paint it, and so on. Several of us bloggers got together, After discussion…it was decided that once a month, we would do something with a Dollar Store Item.  So, for the first month we chose those ordinary candlesticks.  Now…I swear I got a picture of them…but for the life of me…I have no clue where I hid it.  So I cropped one of my finished photographs and circled one of the candlesticks. Cakeplate from a Dollar Store Candlestick Okay, now I’ve seen all the cups with candlesticks, and mason jars with candlesticks, and I really didn’t want to do that same concept, but I do love the concept of a pedestal.  So with that in mind, I knew for my project…I’d need two! Okay…sneaky peaky! Cakeplate from a Dollar Store Candlestick Honestly?…you really don’t even need a tutorial.  100_1602 Two candlesticks, E6000, and one pie plate turned upside down…no more explaining to do! 100_1899 Here’s what E6000 looks like, in case you’ve not seen it before. The bottom candlestick goes right side up, the top one goes upside down on it…and the pie plate upside down on that. 

Cakeplate from a Dollar Store Candlestick

Here it is with my delicious Creamy Pomegranate Phyllo cups.  Now, how cool is that?

Cakeplate from a Dollar Store Candlestick

I’m so relieved this turned out…I REALLY needed a new cake stand. 

I can’t wait to see what everyone else comes up with for the dollar store crafts challenge.  Join in and check it out!

 

Cakeplate from a Dollar Store Candlestick

Could you used a new Cake Stand?  Well…this one only took about 10 minutes to make.  Just follow the instructions on the glue you choose.

So…sit back and enjoy the party…and soak in all the artistic amazement!  Have fun! :D

 

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Welcome to the very first

Great Dollar Store Challenge.

Each month, a new Dollar Store item will be chosen, and then I will

issue a challenge to all Bloggers to create something one-of-a-kind

with their own unique spin

This month’s Co-Hosts for this event are:

Tammy with Deja Vue Designs

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Jane and Leo with Cottage at the Crossroads

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Christy with Our Southern Home

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and Sheila with Plum Doodles

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Please make sure you stop by these lovely blogs and say hello.

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This month’s item:

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Now, let’s get on with the Challenge.  

We can’t wait to see what you have created…

 

 



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    • says

      Thanks Amy. I know…this has been a lot of fun. I haven’t made it by all the projects yet…but I can’t wait to see every one of them. Have an awesome week!

  1. says

    Fabulous! I need to get some of that E6000 stuff b/c what I used wasn’t much better than spit. haha I think spit might have actually worked better. Love your cake stand, and I want those phyllo cups. YUM.Thx for joining in the 1st Great Dollar Store Challenge. I pinned it! Hope you join up next month, too. :)
    Blessings, Barb

    • says

      Thank you so much for stopping by…I can’t wait to see everyone’s project. Have a wonderful week Krista…Hope you’ll join the next challenge! :D

    • says

      Tammy, Thank you. I completely agree…too many? What’s that? Especially for us Texas girls! Thank you for stopping by! Have a great week.

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