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Make a Rustic Wood Cake Stand

7 July 2009 71,378 views 4 Comments

by heather

I love this idea! Make a rustic "woodland chic" cake stand with a few slices of wood. How pretty are these? They would be amazing for a wedding, or any party where a little rustic charm is needed. Project by Once Wed. [click here for instructions] [via Threadbanger]

You will need to get to the craft store (check the woodburning section) to find cross-cut wood plaques, and will want to scavenge some tree limbs when someone in your neighborhood is pruning (or maybe it's time to add "prune tree limbs" to your honey-do list!). You will need to pick up some wood glue to add to your crafting arsenal. You can find faux flowers at your dollar store.

Project Estimate:

  • Cross-cut wood plaque, $3.50
  • Tree limbs cut into sections, on hand or go find some!
  • Wood glue, on hand

Total: $3.50

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4 Comments »

  • Jess said:

    Oh cool! Could you also use a larger wood plaque, and some screws to make a cute bedside table??

  • sara said:

    I love it! My 2 cents as a biologist- throw any wood you bring inside, in your freezer for 2-4 weeks to kill any termites that might want to hitch a ride.

  • Rachael said:

    Love the contrast of the elegant cake with the rustic wood! Fun idea!

  • The Best Christmas Gift | Weekend in the Southern States said:

    […] there were a lot of “wood” items this year. I found the idea on Pinterest here,  http://dollarstorecrafts.com/2009/07/make-a-rustic-wood-cake-stand/. I bought my cross section on Amazon though because I had some gift card balance left, this is the […]

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