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post #16 of 26
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Originally Posted by jeraleemunro

i just found these on Etsy.. it has some GREAT ideas..
http://www.etsy.com/listing/75159808/cake-pop-stand-lollipop-stand
http://www.etsy.com/listing/75810287/monogram-cake-pop-stand
I will definitely be making/buying some of these!!



Ohhh, Jeralee, thanks for posting the links! Wow!
post #17 of 26
Hi

First time posting on here so hi!

I use floristry oasis in any sort of container - mini plant pot, mini buckets, jars, cups etc, cover with shredded or scrunched tissue paper. I also have a stand that my husband made, which is essentially holes drilled into wood.

Another option is to use polystrene blocks (cake dummies) cover in wrapping paper, foil, etc anything to make it look pretty.

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post #18 of 26
My Dear Hubby ( who is amazing by the way ) made a lollipop holder for me, after I mentioned I wanted to buy a wood one but they are sooooo Expensive, out of very sturdy foam that a job site was throwing out it was extra he cut it down lined it up like stairs painted it and drilled holes for the sticks it holds 96 lollipops I only have to put ribbon on it if I like
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post #19 of 26
I made beach ball cake pops and used a small sand bucket in bright colors...also made popcorn cake pops and used popcorn boxes... but I'm always trying to find new creative ideas!! Right now I have to do bowling themed cake pops and cookies...any ideas for what to put these in would be welcome!!! Thanks.
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post #20 of 26
I am doing a Breast Cancer Awareness theme and trying to come up with ideas for a cake pop display.

I have some pink martini glasses that I am considering placing round styrofoam in with shredded pink paper covering the top and poking the pops down...what do you think? Do you think it will hold the pops securely?
post #21 of 26
I made one recently. Look in my gallery. I can change the paper ( covered in clear contact paper to save it from grease ) to match whatever theme, color,etc... I need. I will be re-covering it for Thanksgiving with rust colored paper, beautiful fall leaf stickers and gold lettering (stickers). It holds 41 cakepops. I know it is a wierd amount but I used pre cut styrofoam circles and that is how it worked out! It is very sturdy and was quite easy to put together. I use a dowel through the center to keep them all together but I can also pull them apart to change the paper. The one thing I'm going to change next time is...the very center cakepop on the very top needs a longer stick to make it taller.
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post #22 of 26
I found this site. I made one recently and it was pretty simple. Cost me abbot $35 in supplies. Here is the site.
http://blog.tickledpinkcakery.com/2011/06/20/lets-build-this-pop-stand/
post #23 of 26
I've been searching online for a few days now to find some unfinished wood boxes/tray like things that could be assembled into one of those beautiful display stands. I plan on painting it white, but just haven't seen anything that would be suitable yet.
I've looked in AC Moore, Michaels, Hobby Lobby (online), but have had no success. I just can't afford to pay around $250 for one yet, but need a large display for an upcoming wedding.
Anybody have ideas where I could look (online or stores) to find such pieces?

Thanks
post #24 of 26
Hey There, my wife and I make reusable and adjustable cake pop stands. They are available for purchase at http://www.thesmartbaker.com/categories/Cake-Pop-Stands. Right now they are $30.95 for our 3 tier round or 3 tier square. Let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks,
Daniel
post #25 of 26

I have a 2 tier styrofoam cake, covered with fondant and decorated and have pushed holes in - this holds push pops and cake pops

post #26 of 26

Maybe someone else has already suggested this, but when I made cake pops, I filled a large glass bowl with sugar to make a stand. Afterwards I just poured the sugar back into the bag. :)

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