Cupcake Liner Crafts • Project kid

Cupcake Liner Crafts


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.

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Zakka Life made this little party favor, using 2 adorable cupcake liners from Bake It Pretty.

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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