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  1. Cupcake holder for Special Events

    I built a few of these for weddings and graduation parties this year. Very simple, quick and cheap. They look great when loaded with deliciousness!!!! Plywood circles cut out using my shop built band saw jig, a few pieces of 3" PVC pipe, a length of threaded rod, some nuts and washers and (2)...
  2. Cupcake Display

    This is a Cupcake display I just made for a co-worker. Who will be decorating it for her daughter's birthday party. It is 16" tall and made from 1/2" MDF. The bottom tray is 13" with an 11" base glued to it to raise it up. The middle tray is 10" and the top tray is 7" The bottom riser is 1...
  3. Cupcake

    A cupcake for a friend's granddaughter's first birthday. (all wood…) Claude
  4. Cupcake/Cake Stand for Friends

    I had some dear friends ask me to build a pretty simple cupcake/cake stand for their wedding. It was for an outdoor wedding at a music festival the groom puts on every year. She just gave me the dimensions of the cake on top and the amount of cupcakes. We decided to break it out to 2 separate...
  5. Cupcake Display

    A friend wanted to use a small (about 6" cake "topper") and a bunch of cupcakes for a wedding reception. She asked me to make three boxes decreasing in size to decorate and set the cake on top. The top box is 8×8", middle 16×16" and bottom 24×24". It was made from 1/4" oak ply with brad nails...
  6. Wooden Cupcake Boxes

    The Spring 2015 issue of Scrollsaw Woodworking magazine has a nice pattern for making these cupcake style boxes. I thought the ladies would like them for Christmas 2015 gifts. I used red oak for the cupcake box, and walnut for the tops. The white icing is fabric paint from Hobby Lobby...
  7. Wife's cupcake stand

    First off I must apologize for the orientation of the pictures no matter what I try, posting them from my iPad they always rotate. My wife is a kick decorator/Baker by train about a year ago I made her a cupcake stand the last one pictured with the pink ribbon it was three-quarter ply painted...
  8. Cupcake Box

    All done with my original design cupcake box. It's made from Bird's Eye Maple, Bocote, Bloodwood, Walnut, Oak, and Padauk. Some things need to be tweaked if I make another one but it came out pretty decent for a prototype. Finished with mineral oil and lacquer. It measures about 7-1/4" long x...
  9. Cupcake/cake pop stand

    I designed this stand to solve two problems, 1. it had to be able to display both cake pops and cupcakes 2. It had to disassemble for transport but be sturdy when assembled. The platters are made of MDF and the posts and feet are made of pine. I inserted threaded rod into one end of the posts...
  10. Woodworking Skill Share
    I started a youtube channel to keep up with some simple projects. I just put up my first video of a shop tour. If you find yourself scrolling through youtube more than occasionally, please subscribe. *edited post
  11. Blogs
    Cupcake Box So, I'm having a bit of woodworking ADD lately while trying to work on holiday gifts. I have a million things to do so of course I'm procrastinating. I decided to attempt making my own pattern and went with a simple cupcake box. I've seen the ones that are round and look like actual...
  12. Blogs
    A Cupcake Stand Hi Jocks! I had been wanting to make another quick project so out to the shop I went and made another cupcake stand. This one is for my oldest daughter who just completed a cake decorating class. Hopefully this will be a good motivator for her to make some nicely decorated...
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