Today’s I Love to Create project started as one thing and ended as something completely different. I first intended to make some Halloween centerpieces and finished with a few Halloween food stands. Anyone who has ever had a party knows that fitting all the snacks and goodies (check out my chocked full table form last year’s party) on one table is always tricky. For this year’s Halloween party I thought I would try putting my food on various tiers.
Large Cardboard Rounds
Scrap Booking Paper
Aleene’s Tacky Dots
Aleene’s Tacky Glue
I made 3 versions of my tiers (and plan on making more). You might recall the cement molds I scored from a neighbor’s trash. I used them to make a Toadstool Stool for Tallulah. They are coming in handy again for Halloween.
Using scrapbook paper and Tacky dots I wrapped the forms in the decorative paper. Using Aleene’s Tacky Glue I attached a record atop one of the molds and set a bowl inside another.
I might go back and change out the paper, I have not decided yet. In the meantime the stands are doing a great job decorating my dining room table and displaying my pumpkins.
***This is a sponsored post by I Love to Create – I was compensated & given free supplies. Mama has gotta pay the bills somehow and really who in their right mind would say no to free craft supplies***
Very cute idea. Of course, I only had a moment to glance at it since I'm so busy making owl costumes.