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Cupcake Wrappers Made from Doilies: Free Cupcake Wrapper Template

Cupcake Wrappers Made from Doilies: Free Cupcake Wrapper Template
Posted on May 24, 2010 by Christina I wish I could say that these cupcake wrappers made from paper doilies were my very own idea. I wish I could say that I was the genius behind this DIY brilliance. I discovered these cupcake wrappers over here. I asked Brittany over at Pink Peacock Paperie to whip me up a template for the cupcake wrappers. I was amazed at how easy they were to make and how pretty they looked. Here is the free cupcake wrapper template download. Tutorial for Cupcake Wrappers Made from Doilies You will need: paper doilies (Mine were just over 11 inches.) pencil scissors glue stick cupcake wrapper template Place doilie on a flat surface. Cut out cupcake wrappers from the template. Trace along the inside curve and at the ends. Cut out the cupcake wrapper. Using a glue stick, add glue to one of the edges of the wrapper. Related:  Mat: Bakning

Burlap Banner Tutorial My sister, Brittany, has been nagging me daily to get this tutorial up on my blog :). Since I've been MIA on here for 4 months now, I figured maybe this will get me going again (No promises!). This is super easy and the burlap is perfect for decorating all things FALL. My favorite time of year! Supplies you will need: Burlap (Amount depends on how many triangle pendants you want) Freezer Paper (Found in grocery stores by saran wrap) Acrylic paint Foam brushes (The round ones in the picture work best) Hemp cord, ribbon, or twine (to hang the banner) Optional: Mod Podge Extra fine Glitter Around the house: Iron Scissors Ruler Glue gun Exact-o knife Construction paper Cut Burlap: 1. 2. *There is a trick to cutting burlap--Cut an 11-inch strip so you can stagger your triangles and conserve more material. Create Stencils: 1. 2.Cut out squares of freezer paper to trace your letters on. 3. *This is where it would be really helpful to have a Cricut cutter machine! Paint Burlap:1. 2. 3. 4. Finish and hang: 1. 2.

Printable cupcake wrapper templates « Images By Heather M's Blog I have had some requests for printable versions of my cupcake wrappers for those without electronic cutters. Here is a plain cupcake wrapper and a scalloped wrapper template. Set the height of the plain wrapper to 2.62 inches and the scalloped wrapper to 2.97 inches for cupcakes that are the same size as mine. :) The svg versions for cutting with electronic die cutters are available here. The download is two png files for printing and hand cutting (300 dpi). Download the files from here. Like this: Like Loading...

Keri Jill is 8 August is an unbelievably busy time of year for us. I think most of the activity is beginning to wind down. Jill and family headed back to New York last night but not before joining in the fun of Keri Jill's 8th birthday party. For some fun and inexpensive decorations, I made tissue pom-poms and streamers. Pinterest was my inspiration (follow link to see pom-pom's streamers, sunflower, fruit kabobs and piped butterflies). I went to my paper stash and used my one-and-only paper punch to make the streamers. After punching the scalloped circles, I simply machine stitched varying lengths and then thumb tacked them to the ceiling. Getting the room ready the day before The Birthday Girl arrives with her guests They ate, made a craft (next post) painted their nails, opened presents and had birthday cupcakes! Make a wish, Keri... hope all your dreams come true! Cheese & Grapes Sunflower (see Pinterest link above) I sliced a block of cheddar cheese into 1/4-inch slices and cut each slice diagonally.

Banana Bread in-a-jar: DIY Wedding Favors Posted on July 11, 2012 by Christina I’m crazy about DIY wedding favors that are edible, so naturally I love this banana bread in a jar recipe. It’s the perfect favor for a barn wedding – or any rustic wedding! I’ve made banana bread countless times, but this is the first time I attempted it in a jar. Also, check out Peach Crisp in a Jar. Banana Bread in a Jar Recipe (adapted from (Makes one dozen 250 ml jars) Ingredients: 2/3 cup shortening2 2/3 cups white sugar4 eggs2 cups mashed bananas2/3 cup water3 1/3 cups all-purpose flour1/2 teaspoon baking powder2 teaspoons baking soda1 1/2 teaspoons salt1 teaspoon ground cinnamon1 teaspoon ground cloves (I used half a teaspoon because I didn’t want mine too ‘clovey’.)2/3 cup chopped pecans or walnuts You will also need: 12 250 ml canning jarsfunnel If you are planning on storing these for a while, you will need to sterilize your jars. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C). Mash bananas. Beat in eggs, bananas, and water.

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DIY Chalkboard Serving Platter December 21st, 2011 Just one more chalkboard porcelain paint project, and then I’ll give it a rest. I promise. How about… a chalkboard serving platter? It’s perfect for serving cheese, cookies, or any other goodies you might need to label. you’ll need: a porcelain platter (mine is from CB2)painter’s tape (optional) Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Chalkboard Paint (available at Dick Blick or Amazon)(Don’t use regular chalkboard paint. how to: 1.

How to Make a Cupcake Tower » Annie's Eats How to Make a Cupcake Tower A couple of months ago I posted about the Dr. Seuss-themed party I threw for my little man’s second birthday. In that post, I included pictures of a cupcake tower I constructed for the event. Let me say right off the bat that this method is simply a rough guideline. First, let’s talk about what we need: First, I prepare the base by hot gluing the styrofoam discs together in an even column. I glue together both cardboard circles of the same size, unfinished sides inward… To end up with a double layer. Repeat with the remaining sizes until all the cardboard circles are doubled up. I trace around each of the cardboard circles onto the card stock that will cover them and cut out the corresponding circle. Hot glue the card stock circle onto the cardboard circle to cover it and give it a finished look. Three pretty covered circles :) Now I use additional card stock to cover the soup cans that will act as the pillars. Do the same for the base.

How To Tuesday: Bouquet of Tulips. 12Jul/11 When I made my Chocolate Banana Cinnamon Muffins I got a lot of questions about how to make your own tulip baking cups. I described it briefly in the recipe but I thought it would be better if I just showed you. You can buy tulip baking cups but why bother spending money on something that you can make for next to free? Cut parchment paper into squares 2 – 3 inches wide. Continue until you've filled the muffin tin with the sweet tulip baking cups. Make sure to drop in tomorrow to see just how to properly use these adorable liners. I'll give you a hint. Brownie Pops to Cheesecake Pops: Things on a Stick taste Better Posted on September 14, 2010 by Christina Why do some things taste better when they’re on a stick? Maybe it’s the novelty that makes them fun – or the fact that you don’t have to get your fingers all sticky and buttery. I rounded up a few good things on sticks for you to drool over. All would be perfect for a wedding – especially if you’re still a kid at heart. Let’s start with Bakerella’s Poptarts on a stick. Brownie pops. Cookies on a stick from I am Mommy. Pie on a stick. Cheesecake on a stick.