What do you get when you cross a candlestick holder and lonely china plate?
A three minute project.
As the glue gun was warming up, I removed the price tag from the plate and did a quick wash and dry. Next, I applied glue on the rim of the candlestick holder to attach it to the plate. One minute down.
Quickly turning over the candlestick holder, I attached it to the plate. Apply a little pressure to ensure it makes a good seal. I also added another ring of glue to seal any holes. Glue gun glue dries really fast so you have to be quick. Two minutes down.
I held it upside down by the base and shook it a few times, but the plate didn’t fall off (thankfully). Three minutes down.
And that’s how you make a cookie stand in three minutes. $3.19 for the plate and $3.49 for the candlestick holder. $6.68 for a “vintage” stand. The true test of how well it works will be after I bake a batch of cookies to go on top of it. Probably oatmeal raisin since they are heavy cookies. Anyone want to come over to help me test it out?