Plastic Easter Egg Cupcake Frosting

Mmmm… Cupcakes~!

Don’t they look yummy!

I wasn’t sure if the cupcakes would look good together when I made too many different frosting. But, I think it came out okay. =)

Cupcakes were made with mini Play-Dohs, and plastic Easter Eggs.

I only used the rounder half of plastic Easter Eggs. They fit nicely on mini Play-Dohs.

Tutorial for Play-Doh wrappers, click here. =)

Yarn frosting!

Apply craft glue on the easter egg. Tie the knot, and attach to the egg. Hold the knot down with your finger(s), and wrap the yarn around the egg.

Make sure not to put glue on Play-Doh lid.

Here, I crocheted chain-stitch and wrapped it around the egg.

These are with ribbons.

Twist the ribbon while you glue it around the egg. I used hot glue.

These are with baby washcloths.

Cut the strips of towel. Tie the end, twist and wrap around with hot glue.

Oh so pretty flowers!

I won’t lie. This took a long~ time to assemble.

Paper flower die cuts.

Paper flowers were cut with Itty Bitty Shapes Punch. This technique, I saw on Stampin’ Up! publication for demonstrators.

Oh so lovely~! =)

With pearl beads.

Buttons and beads.

Pom poms!

Assorted frosting tops. The one with yellow with orange sprinkles was made with Chenille pipe cleaners.

I made these paper cupcakes last year. You can see the tutorial here.

So many varieties!


Hmmm… What to do with the other halves?

Stay tuned!





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  • Corinne - You are, by far, the coolest person on Earth!!!!!! I. LOVE. ALL. OF. THEM!!!!!! You need to sell those to me please! Just wrote a post for tomorrow on cupcakes too!! You rock, Sunghee!!!

  • eva - oh my, you are definitely so creative! and a bit crazy too! i can’t believe all the different cupcakes you made especially the little flower diecuts. but they turned out gorgeous! i think i may have to make these too! yes, please show us what you did with the other halves! thanks, sunghee!

  • Cristina - Eeeeek! These are amazing! It’s hard to pick a favorite.. Maybe the flowers, or the beads… Gorgeous!

  • Karin - Ahhh! These are ridiculously CUTE! I adore the bright spring colors and the VARIETY is amazing! Do you ever get tired? lol Wow, I’m so excited to see what that means for the rest of the egg halves :)

  • Lindsey - WOW! I am blown away by these, Sunghee! Each one is gorgeous in its own way. Too beautiful for words!

  • Heather - Sunghee, these are better than anything in Pottery Barn Kids! And this proves that we crafters are masochists, hah hah hah….

    Thanks for the eye candy.

  • Emily Leiphart - OMG, that’s nuts! LOL I love every type of decoration you used, especially those tiny flowers. WOW! My favourite is the photo with the tiny kitty cat having a look. Heehee. I can’t wait to see what you do with other halves!

  • Jeanne - Are you kidding me?!! These are fabulous!! Why, oh why did I not save the little mini playdoh containers when I had them??? Because I’m so not as clever as you are….guess I’m gonna have to pick some up just to make some of these adorable creations.

    THANK YOU for sharing your creativity with us. You are fabulous.

  • jenn - HOW CLEVER ARE YOU?! Gorgeous!!

  • MariLynn - These are just adorable!!!

  • Tanya Rudd - Once again you have ROCKED the creative world. You have my girls saying WOW too.

  • Edna Siu - Sunghee, you are amazing, every time I see your projects, I feel young again, like a little child learning to do something new and fun and cute, so eager to join you, in your project, I love them, those cupcakes looks so lovely. Thanks for your tutorial, it is super great.

  • Sheena B - Oh MY cupcake GOODNESS!

    Sunghee you are truly so creative! If I had kids I would SO have you decorate for the party. I hope you do come up with an idea for those left-over egg halves. And I am sure it will be AMAZING when you do.

  • Alice W. - wow! how fun and creative, girl! they look super duper yummy. thank you for the inspiration! love love love this yummy project!

  • Kim Yu - Oh my gosh! Seriously???? I am totally blown away by your creativity!!! These are FANTASTIC!!! They look so yummy!

  • Francy - Hello, this work is gorgeous. I love this cupcake. Thank you for the tutorial.
    I look the other works in the blog and are very beautiful.

  • Lindsey - LOVE this! So amazing, I would have never guessed that’s how you made those! Thanks for the tutorial and thanks for stopping by and linking!

  • Janna - Sunghee, this is stunning. I would never have the patience creating things like these. The colours and patterns are lovely! TFS Janna

  • Marie-Pierre - Another WOW for you Sunghee!!!! I especially love the ones with the scrumbled tiny flowers and the butterflies on top, but they are all so gorgeous and the whole of them together makes me happy just to look at it! You rock!!! As always….

  • Monica K. - This is so amazing!! I love how you made cupcakes using easter eggs. What a cute and fun idea. And they look great!!

  • beate - What a wonderful idea! Love your cupcake frosting!!!
    Hugs and smiles

  • Sarah/WAstamper - WOW! These are amazing!!! I wish I my DD was young enough that I could make these for her bday party. So, so cute!

  • Its Sew For You - LOVE! So cute and so many great ideas!

    I’d love it if you share at my weekly party:

  • Andrea - These are adorable! I love everything you make :) Give us more!

  • Sky - So. Stinkin. Cute! My fave idea I’ve seen for Easter so far- can hardly wait to go get some mini playdohs to make these with my boys! Love all your fun varieties! Thanks for sharing- hoping to keep up with you better from here on out :)

  • Erin @ Making memories - Absolutely adorable!

  • Kirsten Giles - These are so adorable!

  • Julie (Joypup on SCS) - These are, of course, lovely and AMAZING — but just curious — if you did them as party favors, wouldn’t they be ruined when opened?

    Just sayin’…

  • Lucy - super adorable ! xo

  • mary - So adorable!!

  • Jessica@SewHomegrown - those are SO adorable – what a fantastic idea. So perfect for a party favor.

  • Jolene - Totally amazing and so, so, so, so cute!!! Thanks for the inspiration. I’m off to make some from my girls, though I’m sure they won’t look as great as yours!

  • creativejewishmom/sara - beyond adorable! thanks so much for sharing on Craft Schooling Sunday, you’ve definitely earned yourself a nice feature, so do drop by and I’d just love to see you regularly at the party!

  • Leslie @ Farm Fresh Fun - Wow, I’ve had a ton of yummy eye candy here but am not full yet! LOVE THESE and can’t wait to go look around more at all your clever and creative ideas! Thanks so much for sharing!

  • Janelle - I love these too!!! You are so creative!

  • jo at arootdiiger - Everyday I see a good reason not to throw anything away. If only one had prevision. Play dough containers and the play dough who knew. yours is so colorful and easter like attractive. fantastic

  • Simona - Hi from Cesenatico ITALY.
    I’m in love for your minicake,sorry for my little english!!!
    I’ve tried to do them by myself bat it’s not so simply and the results are not so pretty.
    Can you sellsomeof them and sending by navy or plan in italy????
    Compliments for your creation, your blog is fantastic, i like a lot to see it.
    Ciao Ciao Simona

  • Gina Sowa-Pratt - Those are very nice your right(= thank you for the wonderful inspiration I’m glad to see that some adults dint lose their creativity^^

  • Ashley - Wow! These cupcakes are unbelievably cute and creative. The amount of detail you put into each one is fantastic. I make some crafts myself; please check out my websites

  • Rosane - Amei,amei os ovinhos de Páscoa diferentes. muito lindo teu trabalho, parabéns.
    Rosane- Porto Alegre-Rs

  • anne mikula - these are super cute i was looking for ideas for my daughters birthday party we are doing a tea party theme and i know that these will make great party favors and decor!
    thank you

  • anne mikula - i also found another craft to use with the tops of the eggs you make them into tea cups! Its supper cute.

  • ckcpurple - holy crap! these are so wonderfully creative!!! thank you for sharing!!!

  • Selma de Miranda - Amei, simplismente adorei!!!!! Obrigada por compartilhar de lin das idéias, um abraço: Selma.

  • Lea - You, my lady, are the BESTEST MOM EVER! :) These are so much better than the store bought stuff and way less messy, fewer pieces to float about! Btw the Sake reference on the tea cups almost had me spit out my drink, so funny! Keep it up, creating is awesome, and kids are awesome, and the two together are even awesomerrrr 😉

  • ana maria volintiru - The things you’ve done- are just perfect.

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