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10 Fun and Festive Cupcake Liner Crafts

You’d be surprised of all the fun and festive projects you can try out with some of your leftover cupcake liners. Must-haves for baking, of course, these kitchen essentials are also a great addition to the craft room and your supplies collection. From birthdays to bridal showers, let’s have a peek at all the creativity you can test out by using a few of these playful pieces.

1. Wreath.

Cupcake Liner Wreath

We are head-over-heels in love with this charming DIY. Add some springtime flair to your door with this adorable project and don’t forget to add your own embellishments! {found on The 36th Avenue}

2. Hot Air Balloon.

Cupcake Liner Hot Air Balloon

A great craft for the kids to get involved with, why not make some handmade greeting cards for any holiday of the year? Cupcake liners sure do make beautiful hot air balloons! {found on I Heart Crafty Things}

3. Bouquets.

Bouquets cupcake

Create some more springtime fun by getting creative and making some flower bouquets that will last much longer than fresh flowers. Then use them to decorate the playrooms and craft rooms around the home! {found on Pint Sized Treasures}

4. Jellyfish.

Jellyfish Cupcake

Here’s a fun and playful craft for the kids to participate in. A variety of colors to play with, the little ones of the house will have such a great time creating their own, personal cupcake liner friends! {found on Easy Peasy and Fun}

5. Garland.

Garland Cupcake

Spruce up the party with some handmade garland! Who knew all you needed was some glue, string and cupcake liners to make it happen. {found on Hostess with the Mostess}

6. Gift Topper.

Gift Topper

Add some pizzazz to your gift wrapping, but in the most unsuspecting way. And liners are the way to go for a textural and fun experience! {found on Family Chic}

7. Fortune Cookies.

Fortune Cookies

Has some fun with the family and create your very own fortune cookies. These are great party favors or just a way to have some Friday fun at home.

8. Numbers.

Numbers from Cupcakes

Jazz up the birthday party with a plush and textural birthday wreath. It’s super easy, eclectic and completely outside-the-box of traditional decor. {found on hgtv}

9. Witch Hats.

Witch Hats

Seasonal projects are a must, especially when Halloween rolls around. Decorate your cupcakes with a bit of festivity and a witch’s hat or two. {found on The Cake Blog}

10. Daffodils.


Here’s another fun craft to do with the kiddos. Since it seems like we all have some leftover cupcake liners flying around our kitchen cabinets, put them to use in the craft room! {found on Mend and Make New}

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