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Love the tidbits of info that I picked up from this!! Thanks for the post – now off to look at some pretty cupcake liners.

Wilton Pink Dots Baking Cups, 75 Count

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  • Pretty cupcake liners are one of those things you can easily collect in a more-than-lifetime supply; they come in so many pretty colors and patterns that for a cupcake liner lover it's hard not to grab a package every time you see new ones! Short of hosting your own version of cupcake wars, how will you ever use them up? With crafts, of course! Muffin Tin Mom (aka Michelle) has, as you might guess, quite a large collection of them herself, so she came up with these cute folded cupcake liner flowers. She even attached one to a hair clip and it looks so sweet! []

    Q: Where do you purchase all of your pretty cupcake liners?
    A: I purchase them from a variety of places, including a local baking supply store. However, my main liner source is . Amanda’s shop offers a great variety of sizes, colors and patterns. I’m pretty much obsessed with her shop to the point of needing an intervention.

  • Q: Where do you purchase all of your pretty cupcake liners?
    A: I purchase them from a variety of places, including a local baking supply store. However, my main liner source is . Amanda’s shop offers a great variety of sizes, colors and patterns. I’m pretty much obsessed with her shop to the point of needing an intervention.

    Our apartment door has a little hook attached to the middle of it, so naturally, it needs a wreath. Â In the fall we usually have our out there, then in winter we switch it up for the Miss G made long ago, and then in spring, we usually have a little egg carton flower wreath Miss G made back when I was teaching classes at Bright Minds. Â This spring, however, it was time for a change. Â We needed something a little more bright and colourful {and we needed to use up all of the pretty Wilton cupcake liners we brought over from Canada}.

    1. To make the butterfly wings, you will need a pair of cupcake liners.
    2. Carefully spread the cupcake liners flat on the table.
    3. Fold about half-an-inch from the edge of the cupcake liner.
    4. Using the first fold as a guide, fold the rest of the cupcake liner accordion-style (back-and-forth folding).
    5. Similarly make accordion folds on the second cupcake liner.
    6. Fold each cupcake liner in half so that you create a middle crease.
    7. Glue the pair along the middle crease. Let the glue to dry.
    8. To make the butterfly's body and antennae, fold a pipe cleaner in half. Twist the ends around the cupcake liners' middle crease.
    9. Twist the pipe cleaner more tightly to hold the cupcake liners firmly in place.
    10. Gently open the cupcake liner folds on one side of the pipe cleaner.
    11. Repeat on the opposite side to complete the butterfly's two pairs of wings.
    12. Trim the ends of the pipe cleaner to the desired antenna length. Curl the ends of the pipe cleaner.

    Create several of these to make into pretty butterfly wall decorations or string them together into a colorful butterfly mobile.

  • Thanks for this article. I love pretty cupcake liners but found the color of the cupcake bleeds through. Now I know to try it with a lighter colored cupcake. I like liners because it makes the clean up a breeze.

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