Three-tiered cookies

paper plate cake (view 1)I recently had a Martha Stewart moment. After making up some cookies for a bachelorette party, I realized that I didn’t have an appropriate Tupperware container to hold all of them. Really, I didn’t have any sort of plastic or glass container to put them in. I considered large Ziploc bags, but that wasn’t right either. paper plate cake (view 2) So… I started to put the cookies onto paper plates and realized they fit pretty well, and that I could cover each plate with an upside down plate to make them stackable. Voila!– I suddenly had a tiered, wedding cake-looking, paper plate sculpture (Chinet, to be specific, since I seem to be using brand names a lot today). To secure the plates, I tied a length of wired ribbon around it. It held very snugly, but I added a second piece of matching silver metallic string just to make sure, since this package was going to be traveling quite a distance with me.

I’ll just have to let you guess what the actual cookies look like…a picture of those may not be appropriate for sensitive audiences. If you know what I mean.

About jamie

Jamie is an award winning artist who has recently taken a hop, a skip, and a few jumps, and has landed happily in California. She specializes in textile/fabric pieces (art that you wear), but also creates paintings, sculptures, and quilted works of art.
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