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paper cupcake favor boxes

Who doesn't love cupcakes? Make some "calorie free" paper cupcakes as a favor box for your next party.

This paper cupcake craft is cute and would be perfect as a bridal or baby shower  table decoration. Best of all, these are cupcakes that you can enjoy without guilt! I have included free die cut files for download, which include the petal shapes for the "cupcake", and the wrapper. Follow the easy instructions below.

 

 

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Supplies needed:

  • 3 inch round paper mache box with lid
  • 3 inch round Styrofoam ball
  • tacky glue
  • foam hot glue sticks
  • glue gun
  • 12 x 12 paper for bottom of box and wrapper
  • 12 x 12 paper for top of cupcake
  • ribbon
  • scissors
  • pearl gemstones

 

Instructions:

  1. Cut a 9" x 1.5" square piece of paper. Use tacky glue to attach to the botton portion of the paper mache box.

  2. Cut a 9.5" of ribbon and use tacky glue to attach to the bottom portion of the paper mache lid.

  3. Cut the Styrofoam ball in half with a serrated knife or foam cutter and glue to the top of the paper mache lid with hot glue that is compitible with Styrofoam
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  4. Download the die cut files. Cut out petal shapes by hand or with your die cut machine. Files compatible with most machines are included in the download files.

  5. Glue a pearl gemstone to the center of each petal. Give each petal dimension by crimping the petal edges.

  6. Starting  with the bottom of the lid use a glue gun to attach the petals to the top of the box (use the picture above for clarification).

  7. The paper mache box now has a cupcake shape and you can stop at this point if you like. I thought the box looked much better with a wrapper.

  8. Cut out the wrapper by hand or with your die cut machine. Insert the tab into the slot and place the box into the wrapper.


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