Cupcake Wrapper Flowers

Cupcake Wrapper Flowers

Do you have some old cupcake liners lying around the kitchen?  Don't toss them!  Turn them into these adorable Cupcake Wrapper Flowers.  Great for turning into a wreath or a wall decoration, these cute paper flowers are great for kids and adults alike.  Make flowers with all kinds of patterned cupcake liners for a neat and colorful arrangement that you're sure to love.  You can even use the smaller cupcake liners to create tiny little budding flowers to help give your arrangement a realistic look.

Cupcake Liner Flower

Materials:

  • XL Glue Dots® (or use XXL Glue Dots® for a larger flower)
  • Mini Cupcake wrappers

 

Instructions:

  1. Peel the white paper off of an XL Glue Dot; keep the dot on the clear sheet for positioning later.
     
  2. Take a mini cupcake wrapper and push it over your finger.
     
  3. With the cupcake wrapper around your finger, push it into one of the sides of the XL Glue Dot.

    Cupcake Liner Flowers
     
  4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you have filled the XL Glue Dot with cupcake wrappers, making a flower.
     
  5. Peel away the clear sheet on the XL Glue Dot to adhere your flower to a present or package.

    Cupcake Liner Flowers

    Cupcake Liner Flowers

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Very cool and oh so pretty! Who cares about using up all the OLD cupcake wrappers in the pantry? Heck, I'd go to the dollar store or even craft store in the party section (where stuff is often on sale) where I can have my choice of tiny colored polka dots, stripes, swirls and a full range of any color known to man. I'd combine patterns with solids to make such unique flowers. Also, to use these flowers for other things, I say you could stick that extra large glue dot onto a round piece of corrugated cardboard. You could probably get those in the scrapbook area of the store. That way, the flowers can be used in many different ways instead of just sticking directly onto a wrapped package. I love this so much!

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