I have been thinking about making a tiered platter for a while now. I really liked the one I found here because it is so easy to customize for any holiday or occasion!
Once again, this is a very simple and inexpensive project. You will need a clear glass dinner plate, a clear glass dessert plate, a clear glass candlestick, fabric of your choice (I used the same holiday napkin set featured in the tutorial), mod podge, paint brushes, and E6000 glue. I got everything I needed at Walmart (I already had the mod podge and paint brushes) for less than $10.00 and that even included a bag of Hershey Candy Cane Kisses that somehow made it into my cart!
Place the plates upside down on your work surface and generously coat the bottom with mod podge. Place the fabric, right side down, on top of the mod podge and quickly smooth out any air bubbles with your fingers. Allow to dry and then carefully trim the excess fabric around the rims of the plates. You may need apply more mod podge around the edges with a small paint brush to make sure it is sealed. Apply another generous coating of mod podge on top of the fabric and allow the plates to dry over night. Use a really strong adhesive like E6000 (the glue gun won't be strong enough) to glue the candlestick between the plates as shown.
Now all I need are some cookies! I love how this turned out and I'm pretty sure I will be making a few more of these for different holidays! Give it a try.
Note: This platter is not waterproof so you will need to clean it by wiping with a cloth.