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  • Michelle Sara

    Dessert Tray~ These are made with Dollar store plates and globe light fixtures.

  • Christel Holmberg

    Ah! This is what to do with all those spare light globes from old ceiling fans. Dollar store plate and light fixtures turn dessert platters

  • Anna Sanders

    Cake, Dollar Stores, Lights Fixtures, Ceiling Fans, Lights Shades ...

  • Melinda Helton

    Dessert Tray~ These are made with Dollar store plates and light fixtures (the ones with the globes- I see them at the thrift store all the time!) Great for food gifts - give the $2 pretty cake plate at the same time.

  • Debbie Hanson

    Cake stand~ These are made with Dollar store plates and light fixtures (the ones with the globes- I see them at the thrift store all the time!)

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