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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

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...

Pen N' Paperflowers: tutorial | Tea Stained Paper Doilies There's something magical to me about the process of tea-staining. More than likely it's just the fact that new objects suddenly appear vintage... And it just so happens, anything shabby, vintage, or farmhouse-chic completely rocks my world!! Take for instance these tea-stained paper doilies... (The contrast between the original white doily and the three variety of tea-stained doilies is gorgeous!) I've cut small tea-stained doilies in half and used them as decorative wraps for shot glasses... I've turned them into flowers... And then used the flowers to adorn dessert tables... And added some to Ella's hat to go with her "Vintage Good Witch" costume this year. If you are interested in learning all about the simple technique of tea staining... keep reading!! You'll need some white doilies and a large pot of tea.I bought my doilies HERE - a fabulous kit containing both square and round varieties. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. • 5 minutes - very faint stain • 20-30 minutes - a nice apparent aged stain 7.

Inspirami - RECEPT: Världens godaste chokladrutor Det här är det absolut godaste receptet jag vet på chokladrutor, jag vet inte var jag har fått det från men jag har haft det uppskrivet hur länge som helst. Jag tänkte att jag skulle åka och hälsa på på jobbet i veckan, det känns som att det var hur länge sen som helst som jag var där sist så jag tänkte ta med mig lite fika och vad passar väl bättre än den här. Det är också gott att ha i lite hackade nötter och/eller hackad coklad om man vill variera lite. Den är god som den är men man kan ju lyxa till det lite glass också om man vill. Chokladrutor 2 ägg 3 dl socker 1 1/2 dl mjölk 4 1/2 dl mjöl 2 tsk bakpulver 3 tsk vaniljsocker 2-3 msk kakao 150 g smält smör Glasyr 2 hg florsocker 4 msk smält/flytande smör 5 msk lite avsvalnat kaffe 1-2 msk kakao 2 tsk vaniljsocker Kokos till garnering Börja med att sätta ugnen på 250 grader. Botten: Visa ägg och socker pösigt. Blanda mjöl, bakpulver, vaniljsocker och kakao i en bunke. Ha i mjölken i ägg och sockersmeten. Vispa i mjölblandningen Glasyr:

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.

giant paper flowers from ruche You may remember the wedding of our lovely D*S contributor Brittany Watson Jepsen. Her huge paper blooms made such a splash that she started selling them in her shop, and just recently Brittany wrote a great article for Brooklyn Bride about the paper flower trend. I’m thrilled that this is a growing phenomenon; I adore anything made in exaggerated scale, so I feel that the more giant flowers and plants there are in the world, the better. This particular giant-flower DIY project comes from the creative team at Ruche. Our creative team brainstormed ways to turn our spring lookbook, Enchantment, into a daydream. Read the full how-to after the jump! Materials plastic cupscementapprox. 5” wide stucco cornerapprox. 20-gauge tie wiregloves and wire cutterstape, glue, and scissorstissue paperdried mosszip ties Instructions Making the stem: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Making the leaves: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Making the flowers: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. You’re done!

Sky High Lemon Meringue Pie Lemon meringue pie is probably one of my favorite desserts. I just love it! And although it might seem like a spring/summer thing, I totally think a little citrus during these cold months helps keep the winter blues away. But I love the bright, pop of citrus flavor any time of year. I used to find meringue-topped pies really difficult. Sky High Lemon Meringue Pie For the filling:3/4 cup sugar5 tablespoons cake flour3 tablespoons corn starch1/4 teaspoon salt1 1/2 cups water1/2 cup lemon + lime juice*zest from 1 lemon3 egg yolks For the meringue:12 egg whites1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar1/2 teaspoon corn starch (this helps keep the meringue a little drier, to avoid weeping)6 tablespoons sugar *Note: I like to use 1-2 lemons and half a lime for the juice. First make the meringue. In a glass or metal bowl with an electric mixer, beat egg whites on high until foamy. Now on to the filling and pie crust. To keep lumps out of your filling, start by sifting together the cake flour and corn starch.

Inspiration and original ideas of cupcakes and muffins recipes, utensils, furniture, books and places to taste them {Joli détail déco} Les yarn chandeliers | PrettySouthWeds Chères Pretty South Brides, aujourd’hui c’est DIY (ou loisirs créatifs pour les francophones invétérées) ! Vous l’avez peut-être remarqué, c’est la folie des pompoms en soie et des lanternes japonaises en ce moment sur les wed’blogs. Crédits: Style Me Pretty Mais j’ai décidé de vous parler d’un autre détail déco que personnellement j’aime beaucoup plus que les pompoms : les yarn chandeliers (bon, pour le « yarn » (ficelle) je vois bien, mais pour le chandelier, va falloir m’expliquer les ricaines !). . Pour cela, il vous faut : - de la ficelle - de la colle - de la maïzena (et si !) Première étape : on gonfle les ballons. Deuxième étape, on fixe un peu de ficelle au bout de chaque ballon et on suspend les ballons par ce morceau de ficelle à un support horizontal. Troisième étape : on enduit les ballons de vaseline (c’est pour que la ficelle ne reste pas collée au ballon au moment du séchage. Sixième étape : on attend ! Crédits: Ruffled

- Man märker så tydligt att vi bor i ett väldigt avlångt land när man kikar på alla väderrapporter som avges på sociala medier. Alltså de när användaren antingen jublar över solsken eller gråter över regnskurar och grå himmel. Därför vet jag inte hur vädret ser ut hos er idag men trots att jag hade hoppats på fika ute på altanen så har solen inte visat sig alls här hos mig. Det är sånt man får ta såklart och just den smällen blir en aning lite lättare om man har en god kaka som står och blir gyllenbrun i ugnen. Den här upp och ner-kakan är gjord på en god och saftig sockerkaksgrund men eftersom jag av någon anledning hade en skvätt saffransarom i skafferiet fick även den åka ned i receptet. Upp och ner-kaka med rabarber och vinbär 200 g smör 2,5 dl socker 3 ägg 4 dl vetemjöl 1 tsk bakpulver 2 tsk vaniljpulver/vaniljsocker valfria bär eller frukter Sätt ugnen på 175 grader och smörj en springform med smör och pudra den sen med vetemjöl.

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