Tiered Platter – Christmas Style

I have made a couple of these tiered platters now and I LOVE them! So of course I had to do a Christmas version…

Easy DIY Tiered Christmas Platter.  This would be perfect for holding dips!
The plates and the bowl are from Target and I just picked up the glass candle holders from the Salvation Army.  They are painted with Rustoleum’s Colonial Red {which is actually a much better match to the red on the plates than it appears in the photo!} and glued down with Quick Grip.

Easy DIY Christmas Tiered Platter.  Perfect for dips or a fruit platter!
I really love having the bowl on top.  It is great for holding dips for a fruit or veggie platter, chips, or crackers.  I think this would even be cute dressed up with some greenery and pine cones or ornaments for display.  

Easy DIY Tiered Christmas Platter.  Perfect for dips for fruit, veggies, or crackers.
One tip for adding the candle holders: they can appear lined up one one side and not be lined up from another view. Be sure to check all the way around {or have someone else look for you!} before gluing them down.  You can find a few more tips for making these platters here.

Easy DIY Tiered Christmas Platter.  This would be perfect for holding dips for fruit, veggies, or crackers.
Simple, cute, and functional!
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  1. says

    Hi Jenn,
    Thanks for linking to the Simply Christmas Inspiration party. I love this project on so many levels (no pun intended). I really love the idea of a bowl on top. I’ve just got to make one of these for my girls as they are huge fruit and yoghurt dippers – this would be perfect!!

  2. says

    I hope I could find like that or any color at Target. I so love it, it can be a gift to a friend or use it any time of the day. Thanks for the inspiration. And I have to note the glue can I find it at michaels or jo-anne’s?

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