Spring is here and it’s the perfect time for a garden or
Supplies Used to make this party centerpiece:
- Plates (3) in different sizes
- Candle Holders (2)
- Tea Cup
- Cupcake Liners
- Flowers (artificial or real)
- E-6000 Glue
Note: Choose plates that range in size with the largest being on the bottom and the smallest on top.
Step one: Add a generous amount of E-6000 glue to the bottom of the candle holder. Center it on the largest plate and glue it in place. Use a ruler to help ensure that the candle holder is in the center of the plate. Let the adhesive set for a few minutes.
Step two: Put glue on the top of the candle holder, and center the middle sized plate on top off it.
Step three: Add glue to the base of the second candle holder, and center it on the middle plate. Let the glue set for a few minutes before proceeding.
Step four: Put glue on the
Step five: Glue the tea cup on the top of the tower.
Step six: Line the middle space with cupcake liners. Fill them with a flower in each liner, and add greenery around the “cupcakes”.
Step seven: Fill the plates and the tea cup on top with flowers. I used artificial flowers for my arrangement, but this would be lovely with freshly cut flowers, too.
This pretty floral centerpiece would be perfect for a garden party, bridal shower, or