Cheap Quick Cake Pop or Oreo Pop Stand! "Jersey Girl Knows Best"

4 Materials
5 Minutes

Have you ever needed a cake pop stand or Oreo cookie pop stand? Well then you have come to the right place! I would say that cardboard cupcake tree stands are fairly easy to find in the store. Whether you’re cake stand is 1-tier or 2-tier, the process is the same. Are you ready...let’s do this!

Buy a cardboard cupcake tree stand or cake stand, which ever you can find.

I found this at a small lots store, but I have seen these at Michaels, JoAnn’s and Walmart.

Assemble as directed. The package with either give written instructions or a picture of the steps. It is fairly simple to put together.

Start making holes.

Once the stand is fully assembled you can go ahead and start making the holes. You start by taking a kebab skewers to make holes for the cake pops.

Make the holes larger.

Using a cake pop stick push through each skewered hole so they are the right size for the cake pops or Oreo pops.

Finished holes.

Hot glue the corners.

For more stability, I hot glued the corners of each section on the top and bottom.

Showing the bottoms hot glued at the corners for more stability.

Added some ribbon for decoration!

And here is the final product with Daniel Tiger inspired Oreo pops!

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  • Flipturn Flipturn on Jan 06, 2021

    If you had shown pattern pieces and given instructions on how to construct a cake pop stand with them, then the posting could have been considered a diy project.

    You merely purchased pre-cut cardboard and put the tabs together.

  • William William on Jan 06, 2021

    Kind of an upcycle/conversion. A lot of people make cake pops and this is a creative way to store them. Now the stand has a double duty. Wouldn't be surprised if the manufacturer starts doing this.