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Need ideas on how to display cake pops on dessert table?

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I was wondering what some of you do to display cake pops, I was thinking of adding these to my menu for clients to purchase, but really don't know a good cheap way to do this.
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Kiley
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I think it would be cute to put them in a basket or a vase like a bouquet of flowers....
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You can always cover styrofoam squares or half domes with pretty paper, moss, etc. and stick the pops in the foam so they're standing up.
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http://cakepopstand.com/default.php

Saw this site in another post. I thought the stands were pretty neat, but I was thinking about making one myself. Thought I could just drill holes in a piece of wood and then paint and varnish it, or leave it natural and varnish it. I made 2 cupcake stands and have found I am pretty good with the band saw icon_lol.gif , so may have to give it a try. HTH
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I agree with HobbyCaker...picture a cribbage board! You could cut wood to any shape/size, and drill the proper sized holes in it. It could have little legs, or just stay flat if it was thick enough....imagine a 4" high wooden block, painted white with a beautiful ribbon glued around the centre, in colours to match your cake pops! Or black with orange ribbon for halloween pops....And, you could drill the holes to form a pattern (say, all around the perimeter, leaving room in the centre for flowers or a 4" cake) or just drill rows. Endless possibilities if you have basic power tools!
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oooohhhhh, cakecraft, I just built the one you described in my head, I can't wait to get into the shop and play!!!
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I have done these many times. They are a huge hit!!!! I buy cheap metal containers at craft stores, spray paint them to match. Fill container with syrofoam and cover with craft grass. I use various size sucker sticks and arrange like a flower arrangement. I place a bow around the outside. They can be top heavy so you can try and put some weight in the bottom. Don't use a shallow container. You can check out my pics to see some of them. Hope that helps!
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