How to Make Your Own Treat Tower for $5.00 or less

I make a lot of Christmas cookies.  I prefer to display them on a stackable tower to give me more table space (and it just looks cute)!  I couldn't find any that I wanted to buy, so I made a few of my own this year with some cute vintage plates and wine glasses I got from Goodwill.  You can do this for any occasion or holiday.




This was an easy project.  I was able to purchase each component for less than $1.00

You could put these together with plates and glasses from any thrift store or dollar store. 

Needed:
Plates and/or trays of different sizes
Glass wear
Glue (the type of glue will vary depending on the type of material the plate is made out of and if you want it to be permanent). I used super glue on some and a hot glue gun on others. 
knick knacks to put in the glasses (if you want to).  I used ribbon and bows I had. 

All you do is glue the cups inbetween the plates.  The possibilities are endless. 


The components I used  (total cost of materials for me was $8.60). I already had the ribbon and glue.


Pictures of the end result (I put ribbons in the glasses).  Candy canes would also be cute.





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How to Make Your Own Treat Tower for $5.00 or less

I make a lot of Christmas cookies.  I prefer to display them on a stackable tower to give me more table space (and it just looks cute)!  I couldn't find any that I wanted to buy, so I made a few of my own this year with some cute vintage plates and wine glasses I got from Goodwill.  You can do this for any occasion or holiday.




This was an easy project.  I was able to purchase each component for less than $1.00

You could put these together with plates and glasses from any thrift store or dollar store. 

Needed:
Plates and/or trays of different sizes
Glass wear
Glue (the type of glue will vary depending on the type of material the plate is made out of and if you want it to be permanent). I used super glue on some and a hot glue gun on others. 
knick knacks to put in the glasses (if you want to).  I used ribbon and bows I had. 

All you do is glue the cups inbetween the plates.  The possibilities are endless. 


The components I used  (total cost of materials for me was $8.60). I already had the ribbon and glue.


Pictures of the end result (I put ribbons in the glasses).  Candy canes would also be cute.





"LIKE" our FACEBOOK page to get new recipes and additional tips at http://www.facebook.com/christineiscooking

Follow me on PINTEREST http://pinterest.com/christinecooks/

Copyright 2012 christineiscooking.com You may repost this recipe and its directions only if it is accompanied by a direct link back to the article on my site. You must be given my express permission for any other use. You can contact me at admin@christineiscooking.com




1 comment:

I LOVE to hear from my readers! Because of spam comments, I have to review all comments before they are published. I check and respond to comments at least once daily. Thanks, Christine