Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Cupcake liner trees

 
These cute little cupcake liner trees are another idea I saw while perusing magazines. (We spend a good many evenings at Books a Million drinking coffee and hanging out. Of course, you can find me in the back looking at the eye candy magazines.) These are so easy to do.
 
Find some cute cupcake liners. I picked up mine at Michael's 75/$1.00 and they had a bonus mini liner set in them. If I get around to making treats, I'll use those mini liners. Cut the center circle of the liner out.
 

You will be left with a ruffle that you can then glue or pin to a cone. I had some styrofoam cones in my stash. I decided to pin mine on. (Less committment- I can take them off if I need the cone for something else.)


When you reach the top you will have an adorable ruffled tree. I made two of them and they have a home on my Christmas mantel now.



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5 comments:

  1. These are so cute!! I just saw them on Share it link party and had to stop by! I'll be pinning these for sure! And I have a ton of cup cake wrappers to use.

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  2. Love when you can make something with things you have on hand. I just need to pick up the cone! I may even make some for different holidays!

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  3. Those are so cute and such a fun Christmas craft. I featured them tonight at the Project Inspire{d} link party!

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  4. Such a great way to use cupcake liners, this turned out really cute!

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  5. Those are so cute! I love simple and adorable...it's a great combination :)

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