Everyone loves cupcakes. Bake your favorite recipe at home or buy from the store and dress them up with paper cupcake toppers and wrappers. Print the cupcake topper template and use a craft punch or scissors to cut them into rounds. Then, attach the paper shape to a four-inch lollipop stick using tape or a one-inch white circle label. Cupcake wrappers are easy to make from decorative paper to match the theme. Displayed on a pretty cake stand, these cupcakes are hard to resist.
Delicious and delightful little touches, like these sweet cupcakes, help to add interest and make your holiday dessert table feel especially seasonal. Top your favorite cupcakes with chocolate frosting and sprinkle with coconut "snow." Adding printable cupcake toppers and mini printable cutout Rudolph toppers onto tall straws makes them look like flying reindeer. Finish the look with a printable buffet card.
Everyone loves cupcakes, especially kids! Place cupcakes in paper or plastic bowls and wrap with cellophane for a portable container they can take with them. Add one of our free printable Halloween tags to dress it up.
These monster cupcakes make for more-cuddly-than-scary treats and are fun and easy for kids to decorate. Pipe a monster face onto the cupcakes with green (or your favorite color) frosting, then make eyes with jelly candies and horns out of cashews for a perfectly scary Halloween treat.
Paint plastic reindeer figurines to create festive, chic cupcake toppers for your holiday party. Display the cupcakes while incorporating the party's woodland theme by purchasing wood slices to use as a stand or centerpiece.
Decorate in red, black and white for a pirate-themed party. Courtney spruced up vanilla cupcakes with pirate ship cupcake toppers. Fill an old rum bottle with root beer to act as decor and refreshments for guests, and serve other delicious treats in large treasure chests.
Store bought cupcakes are transformed into festive Christmas trees with some easy tricks. Hiding under that green icing is an ice cream cone thatâs been set right on top of the cupcake and covered with icing piped on with a decorative tip. Some nonpareils meant to look like ornaments complete this simple snack hack.
Looking for a simple, instant Halloween classic? Use yellow food coloring to match vanilla frosting to the color of candy-corn bottoms, then arrange candy-corn pieces sticking up in a circular pattern until all of the spaces are filled for a super-sweet cupcake treat.
Melamine plates and tumblers are ideal for such a setting, and with so many designs available, you won't have to compromise on style. These dinner plates are from West Elm and the salad plates are by Jonathan Adler. Hint: Pick up a few sticks and spray-paint them gold to add a bit of nature to the table.