Monday, September 6, 2010

Cake Stands

So recently I've been looking for cake stands that can showcase my cake work. Looking online and I've noticed how expensive they can be. I've even gone as far as checking Value Village and so far nothing. I took a trip to Home Sense during my lunch hour to mainly look for a housewarming gift for someone. To my surprise the first thing i saw was a clear glass cake stand! I was very excited and of course i had to purchase it. Then continually walking through the home furnishing side i found a white porcelain stand, small enough to showcase cupcakes.


On a side note i know i haven't posted as much. Being a full time worker, a full time wife/mother, it gets difficult finding the time to bake in the evenings. Hopefully now that summer is slowing down and the nice fall weather is approaching i'll want to turn the oven on and do some baking! So for those who read my blog in the google reader, please don't leave but continue to check. I am anxious to get back into baking!


  1. St Jacob's Antique market have quite a few! We should head up there on a lunch girl!

  2. I love love love Homesense - I go there regularly and they always have new and different cake stands. Depending on what you are using them for - make sure you buy ones that are not curved upward to the edge (if that makes sense) as they may not hold the cake boards well and cause the cake to crack.

  3. We do not have those stores here, but we have Ross, Wal-mart and Home Goods where you can get better prices. I know how dificul it is to mantain a blog, I also work full time, I have a 3 year old and bake at night, otherwise I never sleep.