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DIY Project: Geometric Cake Toppers

Geometric shapes have been popping up in weddings everywhere – so if you so happen to be including them in your wedding, you will love this DIY project! A big THANK YOU to Jenny over at Hank and Hunt via Minted’s blog, Julep, for featuring this easy DIY cake topper! Customize the colors and shapes to fit into your wedding theme. The possibilities are endless! Have a look below for full instructions.

DIY Geometric Wooden Cake Toppers via One Hitched LaneDIY Geometric Wooden Cake Toppers via One Hitched Lane

Supplies: hexagon wood flourishes (available at your local craft shop), hot glue gun, wood skewers, and craft paint (optional).

 

DIY Geometric Wooden Cake Toppers via One Hitched Lane

Step 1: Using your hot glue gun, take a bamboo skewer and add a line of hot glue to the end. Attach the end of the skewer to the wood hexagon. Repeat for as many hexagons as you need.

Step 2: Let glue cool. Flip over to have the right side facing up.

Step 3: Paint the front sides if desired. Hint: Use washi tape in a pinch to make clean paint lines. For a great bold geometric look, tape from corner to corner in half.

Step 4: Arrange and trim bottoms of skewers with kitchen shears to make some shorter than others.

DIY Geometric Wooden Cake Toppers via One Hitched Lane

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Tutorial from Jenny of Hank and Hunt via Julep

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