DIY: Cupcake Liner Flower

I mentioned in the Princess Baking Party post that I fell in love with the One Charming Party cupcake liner flowers. I took inspiration from those and decided to create my own version. I purchased adorable Martha Stewart Gingham cupcake liners at Michael’s, small doilies at my local grocery store, a bag of buttons and Elmer’s Glue.

I put a little drop of glue in the liner and folded it in half.

I folded the liner again. This makes it look like a flower petal.

I created four petals. I then put a little glue on the back of each petal and arranged them on the Doily.

Once I was done gluing the petals to the Doily, I sewed a button on. I then stitched the button right on to the paper chef hat!

It was an easy & inexpensive project, just took some time to make 14! The girls all loved them and they were a perfect compliment to their pink aprons.



About Betsy Breuer

Betsy is the co-founder/editor of The Little Style File. She is mom to Mia (8) and Dylan (5) and lives in the Chicago suburbs. Betsy loves shopping and finding the coolest products for kids. Connect with Betsy on twitter.