Thursday, April 11, 2013

DIY Chip & Dip Server

This is another simple DIY that you can really go crazy with. My inspiration comes from one of my favorite blogs, The Crafting Chicks. And, it goes along with the tutorial I did earlier this week with my Dollar Store Candle Holders. You only need 3 items, plus your favorite glue. I use E600 because its cheap, dries clear and works great. The plate and bowl I found on clearance at Target. You could go to a Thrift Store, Wal-Mart, Target, etc...the possibilities are endless. I've done many different variations. You can see my Christmas one from the post I did for the Dill Pickle Dip.
 Chip & Dip Server
Clean and dry plate and bowl. Apply glue around the base of the candle holder and center in on the bottom of the bowl. Apply pressure to hold in place. Allow to dry for 15 minutes. Apply more glue on the top of the candle stick and center it on top of the plate. Apply pressure and allow to dry for 15 minutes or over night. Wash and use!
I love the nautical look to this! So summery! 
Here's a close-up of the candle stick:

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  1. Very cute idea! I just usually put the jar of salsa out next to the chips :) Thanks for linking up to THE Pin it Party - hope to see you back next week! <3 Kristin @ One Organic Mama

  2. So simple and easy! I love that you easily can do this for different seasons or party themes.

  3. Fab-u-lous! Perfect gift idea tooo! whoo-hoooo!

  4. Love the red, white and blue. This will be perfect for the summer and any patriotic entertaining you do. So cute! Thanks so much for sharing this past week at Project Inspire{d}!


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