Eiffel Tower Cupcake Tray


#1

My wife saw some cupcake trays like this on Pinterest and asked if I could make one for her friends bridal shower.

This laser has made little projects like this WAY easier!


#2

This is SUPER!!!


#3

Where’s the cupcakes? Looks great! Is it glued or just friction fit to flat-pack?


#4

Sweeeet! (Will be even sweeter loaded down!) :smile:


#5

Very nice.


#6

Thanks guys!


#7

Haha, bridal shower is a couple weeks away, so no cupcakes yet. It is friction fit for easier storage.


#8

Fantastique!


#9

Cool idea and execution!


#10

Nice job! Will be a fun display for the shower!


#11

Is the vertical tower portion pieced? Or did you use a Pro to cut a unified vertical piece?


#12

It is about 20 inches tall, so no need to use the pass through slot (I am still having a lot of trouble with alignment when I try to multiple passes on the same piece).


#13

Ahh my eye got fooled. Good for you if you can get 20" objects because mine loses a lot of space in real working area-- it seems like between .5" -.75" or so from the edge is not cuttable on mine.


#14

My “about 20” was more like 19, so I feel you on that. I had to scale down the bottom plate for the same reason (originally wanted to make it 11inches in diameter, but had to drop down to 10.5 to fit).


#15

Oh, excellent job on this?


#16

Thank you? :wink:


#17

Oops. Doggone fat-fingering on phone…


#18

Looking to see where you go this file? It looks perfect for a project I’ve been asked to look into. Thank you for any info! when you have a GF (laser) people think you can do anything. HA