DIY Candlestick and China Cake Plate…
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I love walking through antique malls and thrift shops…this activity really gets my creative juices flowing 🙂 On a recent visit to our Booth space, Jennifer and I did a bit of shopping in the store. I spotted an rustic painted candlestick marked for $2 – and this booth had a 50% off sale!! Then it struck me that I could create a cake plate.
The next day I went to Goodwill and purchased a china plate for 50 cents! It is a Noritake, mint condition plate in the pattern of “Ontario”. When I got home I referenced Replacements in Greensboro, NC and learned that this plate fetches $27.99 per dinner plate. Yay me!
This is all I needed to create my cute cake plate:
- wooden candlestick
- china dinner plate
- silicone – be sure to use the type that is good for glass and porcelain
…and set the plate on top, securing into place.
Let it dry for 10 minutes. That’s it – the longest part of this craft is the drying time. It was literally a one-minute project.
I added some freshly baked blueberry muffins 🙂
Needless to say, the muffins didn’t last very long 🙂
So, if you have a spare minute, you can try and make your own vintage cake plate and stand! I can’t wait to make more of these 🙂