10 Beautiful Crafts with Cupcake Liners

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We are still buried in snow but, somewhere in the world, spring has arrived. In – approximately – 3 months, it might come to New England, too. Maybe. I am hopeful. Meanwhile, I spent the day looking at crafts with cupcake liners until I  realized that the theme was consistently flowery and happy. Spring (and summer) are obviously on my mind, even if it is nowhere around our location.

Here are some truly beautiful DIY creations using cupcake liners. Because cupcake liners aren’t just for cupcakes. Nope! They are for wreaths and banners and chandeliers and…well, see for yourself:

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Enjoy the beautiful crafts and check the DIY links under the photos.

 

Birthday wreath and color inspiration for a spring wreath:

 

cupcake birthday wreathimage & DIY source

 

Anthropologie inspired chandelier. Fabulous (I am so doing this):

 

cupcake light fixtureimage & DIY source

 

This adorable pinata can also be used as ceiling decoration in a nursery, instead of pom poms:

 

cupcake pinataimage & DIY source

Another happy cupcake wreath for Valentine’s day or summer:

valentines-cupcake-wrapper-wreathimage & DIY source

Butterflies!

cupcake butterfliesimage & DIY source

String of lights for spring decoration:

cupcakeflowerlightsimage & DIY source

 

This garland for a bright nursery:

daffodils-on-a-bannerimage & DIY source

 

Or this simple banner that can adorn a mantel or even a birthday wall:

cupcake garlandimage & DIY source

 

How stunning is this frame? Cupcake liners made into rosettes, glued on a simple frame; insta-fab:

CupCakeLinerFrameimage & DIY source

HAPPY SPRING everyone with a bouquet of Peonies:

BlushPaperPeoniesimage & DIY source

Closing with an idea: If you are not on a diet and you have a Pinterest account, search for “cupcake bouquet“. Insta-awesome. Enjoy 😀

Oh, oh! And come check TwoPlusCute’s pinterest boards (shameless plug, lol).

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9 thoughts on “10 Beautiful Crafts with Cupcake Liners

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  • March 5, 2015 at 1:28 am
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    Love the butterflies and the lights.

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    • March 3, 2015 at 11:38 pm
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      They’re cute. 😀 They can be very versatile (I imagine different colors) – for nurseries and kids’ rooms, too. Little ones love *fairy lights* (who am I kidding, I love them too).

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    • March 4, 2015 at 2:21 pm
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      yes,I really hope to be able to make the flower lights!!!
      just a question? how hot do the lights get?I don’t have any, so I don’t know.

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      • March 4, 2015 at 5:17 pm
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        I think it depends on whether they are led lights, and warm or cold color. I have had ones that got pretty warm but also other lights that remained cold to the touch.
        Led ones – using less energy – are not supposed to get hot (and that makes them safe for real Christmas trees for example). Incandescent lights on the other hand, get pretty warm. 🙂

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