Cupcake Tower-Finished Product
Posted March 13, 2013on:
The cupcake tower I started making this week for two upcoming birthdays is now complete! This is how I started this project. If you’d like to make your own cupcake tower, it is super easy. Here’s what you’ll need:
- Cardboard cut into circles of 3 different sizes (I used empty diaper boxes to make me feel better about all that $ spent on diapers)
- Paper to cover the cardboard (I used 12 x 12 scrapbook paper from Michael’s)
- 2 canned good items covered in paper
- hot glue
- glue dots (optional but this made putting the scrapbook paper onto the cardboard really easy)
You’ll need two circles of cardboard for each tier. I traced the lid of my cake saver for the bottom tier (largest) and that measured about 13.5″ in diameter. I traced the lid of a large dinner plate (about 11″) for my second tier and a salad plate for the top tier (9″). There is no magic number these cardboard circles need to measure–they just need to go from largest to smallest as you go up the tower.
Glue the same size circles together so your tiers will be sturdy. Trace the cardboard circle onto your paper so you’ll have the right size of paper to cover your cardboard. I took my ribbon and hot glued it around the edge of the cardboard circles. Then I wrapped paper around my canned good and glued them onto my finished cardboard covered tiers. Ta dah!
Linked up at All Things With Purpose.