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post #31 of 111
they are just 2-14inch cake bases and 2-12inch cake bases I got mine at walmart and I think they were around 6 bucks each for a pack of two!! I would say that after I payed for all my supplies for it, that it only cost me 20-25 bucks to make and best of all I can just take everything off since I just used double stick tape and start over with another theme!!!
post #32 of 111
Here's mine, all glass, all fastened with clear silicone caulk.....
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post #33 of 111
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Wow, Salsaman42, that's beautiful! What did you use between the glass? It almost looks like cut crystal...
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post #34 of 111
the bases are round glass candle plates with purchased silicone "feet" epoxied on, the columns are 2 glass votive candleholders and the plates are 1/4 inch plate glass I had cut and edges pencil ground. Everything is joined together with clear silicone. The plates start at 7 inches square and get bigger in 2 inch multiples, 9", 11", 13", 15"
post #35 of 111
Here is mine...I wish I would have seen this thread a few weeks ago when I was trying to figure out how to make one! My dad ended up doing it with cut and painted plywood and pvc pipe.
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post #36 of 111
Wow...you people are amazing!



kileyscakes...I don't mean to sound dense, but when you say cakebase, what do you mean? I've stared at the photo(s), but I can't tell what it's made of...it looks shiny on top?
post #37 of 111
I sent ya a pm flourpots!!
post #38 of 111
I think it's time to trade my hubby in! these are amazing stands ladies!!
post #39 of 111
thanks for sharing..
post #40 of 111
Here's mine:
Foam board from Michaels, paper cup center and coordinating ribbon.

http://cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=gallery&file=displayimage&pid=1334234
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post #41 of 111
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Originally Posted by Tug

Here's mine:
Foam board from Michaels, paper cup center and coordinating ribbon.

http://cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=gallery&file=displayimage&pid=1334234


That is beautiful! Now I think I might could do that!
post #42 of 111
Here is my stand my brother and I made last year for a party at a cabin.
http://www.cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=gallery&file=displayimage&pid=1284092
and here it is with ALL the directions!
http://www.cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=gallery&file=displayimage&pid=1280355

My friend and I even made one from pink plastic margarita glasses and lime green plastic plates for a party. The ones with plates and vases or glasses are really fun and creeative.
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post #43 of 111
Is there a way to make it with the styrafoam circles and attach it so its secure but also easy enough to redecorate with different paper? I don't really want to glue the paper down all the way so I can use it again with different themes. Any suggestions?
post #44 of 111
Mine's about 8 years old and I've only used it a couple times, but I'm bringing it out for a party in a few weeks. Martha Stewart had a similar one then, but was rather pricey, so I picked out the pieces @ Michael's and my dad made this one for me. I can't seem to find a pic with cupcakes on it, so it's "naked". (please ignore the mess on the table, I've been baking, lol)

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post #45 of 111
wendyintx -- is yours wooden boxes?
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