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For the tea party
These are very easy to make, just three plates and two candle holders with little super duper glue and your done

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Krista B.
Krista B. · Hydesville, California, US · 44 projects
They keep falling apart!!! hahaha! Epoxy is the only glue that will work. I couldn't find anything to put in the holes without going to the store and buying rubber grommets and a rod, so I am one day away from purchasing epoxy, for other projects as well, and it will finally be done! Then I will be able to post it. I went and got the shot glasses, AND I forgot to mention that mine has a BOWL on top too! That way you can put food for a bowl on top. I will post it as soon as I get both layers to stay together! lol
Krista B.
Krista B. · Hydesville, California, US · 44 projects
I always say when you are making/thinking of something, someone someplace is too. There are just too many people (all the same yet all different). I was making exactly the same thing but mine are all round plates, I must say I like the square ones with the round one on top, very elegant.
I now see how you figured how to stack em... I drilled holes and was going to insert a rod of sorts with a handle, but I like the glasses, very good! What glue did you use?
Nancy · Los Angeles, California, US · 54 projects
Sorry for the delay wow 7 months ago again sorry.
I think drilling the holes is a good idea, I just didn't have the time. I used the plates & Candle sticks from the 99 cents store and epoxy which worked perfectly and is still holding strong to this day. If you have a picture I'd like to see how yours turned out

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