marshalledgar
3 years ago10,000+ Views
Cake Pedestal Obsession
Living in Los Angeles never gets old. If anything, I've just begun to scratch the surface of all that LA has to offer - and I've been here since 2010! Look at what I discovered! Stunning cake pedestals in all shades of gorgeous and every manner of breathtaking design. I was meandering down Abbot Kinney, a pedestrian-friendly street with super chic shops, when I discovered Bountiful. If you're in LA, make a stop here in Venice. Bountiful is this eclectic store known for its incredible collection of cake pedestals. They're infamous, however, for stacking them atop one another without regard to gravity. By some miracle, they don't fall over. Using heirloom moulds of yesteryear, they sell authentic reproductions as well as new designs. Looking for milk glass? Beaded turquoise milk glass? 1950's pastels? Mirrorred? This place has them all! If you're feeling crafty, check out what some are selling on Etsy. Apparently, by fusing elegant candlesticks to the center bottom of vintage glass plates with epoxy, you can make your own cake pedestals. I haven't tried it myself, but if you have, then I'd love to get your feedback. Let's be truthful, are you totally obsessed with cake pedestals too? Confess! How many do you own? Tell me. ;)
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Hey there @elmacasquez1 I think my favorite is the white one. What's your favorite?
3 years ago·Reply
for me I think is also white one.
3 years ago·Reply
@marshalledgar also white one
3 years ago·Reply
I know, right? I love them all, hence the obsession, but the white is just so classic. It goes with everything. I envision a slew of white pedestals with stunning pomanders made of mood moss...dalias...ranuncalus...daisies...
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