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.
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.
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?
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