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Colorful Cupcake Liner Wreath

By: Linda from
Colorful Cupcake Liner Wreath
Colorful Cupcake Liner Wreath
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Give your walls a vibrant glow with this Colorful Cupcake Liner Wreath. This DIY wreath idea is a fun, inexpensive, and easy way to add a little bit of spring festivity to your home decor. Simply dye or paint the cupcake liners, pin them to a wreath form, and you have a cute and creative piece to display around the house. This DIY wreath is a great project for kids and adults to create together, and it's a good way to fuel that youthful crafting spirit. Celebrate a spring of blossoming colors with this wreath. 

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • White cupcake liners
  • Paint or food dye
  • Straight pins
  • Wreath form
  • Ribbon
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Sometimes you can hit a good sale and find these cupcake liners at a real,discount, especially if they are holiday themed, after the holiday! I scored a huge pack of red and pink ones with hearts for a quarter! This would have made a nice wreath, either plain,or further colored. I could see coloring these all the way through, not just the tips. For another pretty effect, or group full colored ones and alternate with the tipped ones! This is a fun project for a family or school group. Thanks for sharing!

A cute colorful wreath for getting in the spring mood. Soft pastels to remind us of the up coming beautiful spring days with a cute fun and easy project that can be done with the whole family inside or out on the patio enjoying the beautiful weather. So inexpensive and a great idea to use the food colors to paint the ends and you can even teach kids how colors mixed together make different colors. You can get creative with this wreath by using the colored cupcake liners, glitter or even embellishments. Super tutorial and a great spring break project. Let's see some pictures of creative minds.

This looks so cheerful! It's the perfect option if you want a wreath to hang up during the spring and summer months.


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