I got invited to a wedding shower so I tried making a towel cake for the bride-to-be. I bought the best towels I could afford (it helped that they were marked down 50% at Sears) and then used what I had to put the cake together.
It’s sitting on a washed off grocery store tray (the kind that used to have bread and artichoke and asiago dip on it) and the tiers are held together by a dowel from a dismantled scroll that I had made one time for children’s ministry.
The crazy black and white patterned material I purchased last year when Fabricland was having their moving sale. It was supposed to be used for curtains in the man cave. That was when the cave had a black and white tile floor layed with love by moi-meme. After the basement flooded, all the flooring had to come out even the one that was a labour of love. Insurance gave me so much selection to replace that floor and none of the options were black and white. I chose a lovely mottled beige vinyl floor so I have all this material that doesn’t match anything left for other things (like towel cakes!). The hot pink ribbon was a mistake purchase and the yellow flowers came with a second hand purchase I found. It’s a crazy combo but it kind of works for me.