Cake Pop Stand & Donut Hole Topiary

What a fun and super easy craft! These two pots were transformed to serve fun treats on the dessert table at our daughter’s First Holy Communion.

Most supplies were acquired at a local floral supply store- the pots, floral foam and dried floral moss…  Also, these pots can be recycled for other parties or in my yard if I choose to retire them.

I love how these came out!

 

Donut Hole Topiary

The urn was used for the donut hole tree. The urn and pot were both stuffed with floral foam and covered with moss (which were fastened by some never used hair pins). Then a stick from the yard was fitted and glued into place then topped and glued with the moss sphere.  The day of the party I used bamboo skewers to add on each donut hole (and some cake pop tops).  It was a super cute addition to the dessert table.

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Cake Pop Stand

We had a friend’s sister make the cake pops for this special occassion, and I wanted to place them in something not so traditional, and while walking through the floral supply store stumbled upon the matching oval pot to the urn.  Ahah! I was going to use the oval pot for the cake pop stand. As mentioned above, it was stuffed with floral foam and covered with moss.  This craft was too easy, as the cake pop was taken and pushed into the floral foam under the moss. They looked like newly budding flowers in a pot.

 

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Both are super cute right?

 

Check out the other crafts from her party here!

Burlap and Lace Votives
Birdcage Card Holder
Commnion Confetti

 

 

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