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Acrylic cupcake stand advice

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I am over the metal swirl Wilton cupcake stand!  I'm looking into an acrylic one.  I've found many, but prices range from $20 for a three tier to $200 for a 6 tier.  I am willing to spend a little money for a good sturdy one that can go from 3-6 tiers if posible.  Any suggestions before I buy would be greatly appreciated!  Thanks!

post #2 of 6

I love to make cake stands--just an idea to throw in the hat--you can purchase acrylic at the big box hardware stores and elsewhere I'm sure. It's a b-i-t-c-h to cut but you could build one that could be any size you want--and it could get re-arranged from small to large too.

 

If memory serves, cutting the acrylic was doable--drilling holes in it was %&*$%# you dont' wanna know.

 

In fact I had some acrylic pieces made once for shelving for my store. I just looked in the yellow pages till I found someone in my area to do custom acrylic work. I'd so do that if it was me.

 

Have a good time on your quest!!!

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post #3 of 6

Why only acrylic stands. You can also try cardboard stands. They come at much reasonable prices than the acrylic ones and they are also unbreakable.
 

post #4 of 6

Here is something I have been eyeballing for awhile..It looks awesome and it is inexpensive.

http://cakejournal.com/tutorials/how-to-make-a-cake-stand-for-cupcakes-or-mini-cakes/

post #5 of 6

If you are having problems cutting acrylic just check with your local glass shop and they should be able to assist you.

post #6 of 6

I am selling acrylic cupcake stand, you may call or txt me at 09336667296

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