Cute Halloween Cupcake Stand with candy Storage
You know, like a unique Halloween-cupcake stand, candy store below! This can be used for a variety of holidays.
Hahaha! Just a joke, guys. I know don’t whether you’ve seen all the projects of man Podgers Walter and David, but they are so unique – it’t, I haven’t, and loved. Just like this cupcake candy pedestal, from Walter.
Everything that has to do Halloween, that is fine with me, but I especially love the Halloween party were. Walter also does, and I’ll let him tell you how to make this DIY cupcake stand.
This project is so adaptable and easy to create for each season of the year. This tutorial will show you how to make a cupcake candy pedestal. Don’t throw away the empty glass! RECYCLE and make this cool project . . . a little imagination, effort and time is all you need.
My favorite time of the year is Halloween! I am fascinated by the images and colors. . . Place mini cupcakes on the pedestal . . .Trick or Treat? I’ll take a treat!
Halloween Cupcake Stand
Some basic supplies and tools you will need for this project:
Mod hodgepodge Matt
FolkArt paint (I used pumpkin and liquorice)
round badge 7″ x 7″ x 3/4″
A glass jelly jar with metal lid
Mod hodgepodge of Tools
tape measure or ruler,
- scissors and/or cutter knife
step 1: Primer and paint
• Prime (optional), allow to dry. Next, you paint round wall plaque with FolkArt color (225 pumpkin)
• Let dry for 15 minutes. With a brush or sponge (makeup) applicator, paint a paper doily in licorice and the other smaller in pumpkin start.
• Let dry for 15 minutes.
step 2: Cut the glass to
Use a metal ruler and cut a piece of paper the width and length of the TOP cap. Do the same for the body of the glass base.
Use different Halloween stamp with Pigment ink and stamp away, or use a Halloween-themed paper. You cut the top of the cover, and finally the base of the glass.
• Leave for 15 minutes to dry and then seal with Mod-smorgasbord.
step 3: Cut the round badge
Take the larger licorice-colored doily and place it center over the Mod-conglomeration covered with plaque. The larger piece, I choose to overlap the pages, adding a spider web look and feel. Then I got to another, smaller pumpkin colored doily on the middle and topped it with a Jack-O’ - lantern.
step 4: Assembly of the CAP
• Add some industrial glue to the top of the CAP and attach it to the bottom of the decoupaged plaque. Let dry according to the manufacturer’s specifications. OR:
• you are Using a cordless drill, make a small pilot hole in the center of the CAP.
• Use an awl and gently push through the pilot hole and into the base of the plaque.
• Secure bolt with a 1/2 inch.
step 5: mounting the Base
• Fill jar with candy Corn or other favorite Halloween treats.
• screw-mounted on the glass.
• Decorate with some mini-cupcakes and voila! Project completed!