Did anyone see this genius use of cupcake liners in the Good Things section (my fave) of the August issue of Martha? It then sent me on a quest to find other cupcake liner uses…
Better Homes & Gardens did a similar thing as above, just with a different purpose. Here the paper liner becomes the top of a gift wrap (although I’m not sure I’d drop jewelry in a clear cup to give as a gift…perhaps it’s better as a party favor. Fill a cup with bright jellybeans and top with a colorful cupcake liner.).
I’ve seen a million garlands made from this material, but this one is different since it’s interspersed with circles of vintage fabric. This garland was a lovely collaboration of Simple Suppers and 100 Layer Cake; Find a tutorial on 100 Layer Cake.
I love how light and airy this cupcake tree is, made from white cupcake liners. It could be more kid-like if done in color: the trunk could be brown, and the majority of the tree could be green with colored spots for ornaments. By Sweet Paul.
Zakka Life made this little party favor, using 2 adorable cupcake liners from Bake It Pretty.
I like this abstract and very inexpensive wall art. Found on Craft Gossip.
And now to end with Martha, I love these festive flower balls to hang above a dinner or buffet table.
Have you seen or made anything adorable with cupcake liners?
July 19, 2010|
Decor, DIY Home, Everyday Crafts, Food, Gifts, Parties