For Andrew’s third birthday I made darling cupcake toppers to match his invitation and the theme.
I had so much fun making them and they were so cute that I’m kind of on a cupcake topper kick now.
So I decided to make Easter toppers and share them with y’all!
How adorable are these???
I love that they’ll jazz up any ol’ cupcake. Because these may or may not be a Betty Crocker special. (But that icing? It’s all mine.) :)
So, how do you make a cupcake topper you ask. Well, first you’ll need to print out these JPEGs:
You can print them on regular paper or card stock to make them a little more sturdy.
2. Craft Punches (optional, but will make it MUCH easier)
3. 4″ lollipop sticks
4. Double-sided tape or pop-dots
5. Glue gun
Fist, you need to cut out your circles. It can be done with scissors, but it would be much easier with a craft punch like this one and this one, a two-inch scallop for the bigger circles and a 1-inch round for the smaller ones.
Once you have your circles you’ll need to attach them to each other with double sided tape. Or you could use pop-dots to make them 3D.
Then you’ll need to attach them to the lollipop stick. The 4″ is a very good size. I got mine at Michael’s and I used a glue gun to attach the circles to the sticks.
Then you pop them in your yummy cupcakes and…
I bought the darling chicks and eggs and flower graphics from Paper Treehouse Studio on Etsy(she has the cutest stuff!), but I’m giving away the toppers.
All I ask is that if you like them you’ll share them on Facebook or Twitter. It would also be great if you’d follow me here or on Twitter, but you don’t have to.
And if you use them? Let me know! I want to see pictures!