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Regency Parchment Paper Liners for Round Cake Pans 9 inch diameter, 24 pack

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  • Since I am a lover of most frozen treats, I am also a big fan of popsicles. But I am NOT a fan of drippy popsicle stains! But there’s an easy way to avoid them – cut a small hole in the center of a paper cupcake liner, and slip it up over the popsicle stick to the base of the popsicle. The cupcake liner will catch any pesky drips, and keep them off of your clothes.

    Cute paper cupcake liners for your next baking project. With different cupcake paper pattern and colors, these baking cups will make your cupcake party fun and colorful. Choose the perfect chevron or solid cupcake liner and bake some cute cupcakes for your party today!

  • I think this project from is so fun! She uses different colors and sizes of paper cupcake liners to create flowers around each of the lights on a set of string lights. It would make a great addition to any sort of “Spring Fling” you might be hosting in the coming weeks! For full instructions and details, visit the post .

    What a lovely project. I think these pops of red would look so pretty on our mantel or as a centerpiece on our kitchen table. Great way to use paper cupcake liners.

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  • A cupcake liner is all you need to keep your drinks bug-free when dining outdoors. Make a small hole in the center of a paper cupcake liner, then place it upside down on the top of your beverage. Slip your straw through, and you’re done!

These adorable paper flowers are easy to make and inexpensive too

As you probably know, I’m a big fan of homemade gifts. :-) If you’re giving a gift in a jar, like homemade jam or a homemade hot cocoa mix, there’s an easy way to dress up your jar. Just place a cute paper cupcake liner over the top, and use a piece of baker’s twine to tie a sweet bow around it. Cute and festive, with minimal effort!