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 Once the base of your candlestick holder is secure, apply a thin layer of adhesive to the top rim of your candlestick holder and then place your second larger wood plaque centered on top of it.

This will be the middle tier of your cupcake party straws stand.Repeat this same process with your second candlestick holder and your small piece wood plaque. This will serve as your top tier.

You now have a fabulous 3 tiered cupcake stand fit to display all of your delectable desserts.We hope you love your new DIY 3-tier cupcake stand as much as we do! We love that this cupcake stand is simple, stylish and so very versatile! It would make the perfect serving piece for all your holiday parties and events to come!
Thanks, Missy & Kristen for sharing your chic and easy cupcake stand idea! Looking forward to the party favor bags crafts you come up with in 2015!

In dreaming up this party design, I was obsessed with using copper. Copper in color and in metal! So, I made sure there were plenty of copper accents to go along with plenty of yummy treats! That delicious s’mores cake from Meringue Bake Shop was the perfect spot to display our original wedding cake topper. Our mini bride and groom figurines have been appearing on my family’s wedding cakes for 3 generations – I feel so lucky to have them!
Wood grain textured chocolate covered Oreos by Roni’s Sugar Creations added a POP of red while simultaneously making everyone’s mouths water. Cookie cups in two flavors, peanut butter with chocolate buttercream and snicker doodle with cinnamon cream cheese buttercream were. just. yum.
And if you know me, and my entire family, you understand we can’t have a party without Tissue paper pom poms . Always pie. This pie-in-a-jar was made with fresh peaches, pie crust pieces and cardamom cream cheese mousse.
Vintage jars were perfect for some snacks to munch on while we waited for dinner – the kids took the opportunity to fill their paper food trays with everything BUT the veggie chips. Weird, am I right?
Also on the table is that gorgeous teardrop shaped beverage dispenser. I found some inexpensive stemless wine glasses and used paper drinking straws  craft paint on the outside. My family is full of very funny people, people who like to talk – so you can imagine how many times we had to refill our glasses for an endless toast!
Most people think of eggnog or peppermint as their Christmas flavors of choice, but when I think winter... I think citrus!
I love the sweet and tangy flavors citrus brings to a drink, and since I am a California girl (by way of New Jersey), I wanted to create a California cosmopolitan cocktail recipe that highlights the relaxed, casual, West Coast lifestyle and would brighten up any holiday party.
Dampen the rim of your martini glass with a wet paper towel. Dip the rim in sanding sugar to give the glasses some sparkle and the drink a touch of sweetness. I used yellow to complement the color of the cocktail.
What I love about this drink is the sweetness from the Triple Sec mixed with the acidic punch from the orange and lemon juices. It's a nicely balanced cocktail with fun boldness.
And for my final garnish, I cut a round slice of orange, removed the juicy orange part, then thinned out the peel with a paring knife. I held it in a tight twist for a few seconds, and let go. It made the prettiest garnish!Tis the season for great Christmas Ornaments cocktails! What will wow your guest and set your holiday party apart, the perfect cocktail made by you. DeKuyper offers over 50 mixable and versatile flavors of cordials, liqueurs, crèmes, brandies and schnapps for thousands of amazing cocktails. Explore our website at dekuyperusa.com to find one that is perfect for you or visit us on Facebook and Pinterest to see some of our favorites. Plus, you can always create your own recipe and share it with us!I just love all of the creativity used to keep this party budget-friendly… like the Dollar Tree pizza pan signs & free tires collected throughout her neighborhood for starters! And since Alfonso loves old Chevy trucks, you’ll find miniature versions sprinkled throughout… even a few hauling Chex party mix in the back! ;)

I wanted something clean and classy using my husbands love for Chevy trucks. I created printables using Red, White and Navy Blue color Christmas straws.
As you walked into our house, you were greeted with 2 tires and a dollar tree license plate that I purchased and created a welcome sign to tie in the center, along with some pennant flags that I used on our front door.
The entire party was hosted out of our garage — YES! After all, it was a vintage garage party right? However, I made it extra special by adding 2 large 72” round tables with poly linens and beautiful white garden chairs. I used a little bit of burlap around 2 small tires, added the custom “Alfonso 33” logo I created on both sides and placed in the center of each table. To provide a classy place setting, I used red plate chargers under these fabulous custom plates I ordered with my husbands theme. Everyone loved these! I am recently obsessed with the “silver” plastic ware, they look like the real deal. No disposable cups were used, I simply purchased several mason jars and added navy blue and white paper straws . I also created and placed a scratch-off with one winner from each table!
I posted several requests for FREE tires to our neighborhood community page and believe me, you’d be amazed at how many neighbors will love you for taking old tires off their hands! My fabulous husband did the dirty work and cleaned the lights out of all these old tires to leave them super shiny for me. I found a white Ikea table top to add over the tires. Again, I wanted that clean look with that garage feel, so that’s why I just HAD to have the real thing like tires. I also wrapped cans of corn with these super cute oil/gas labels I purchased. I added our delicious cake pops to 2 small red metal tool boxes.


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