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Rosette Cupcake Topper

By: Maria Del Pinto for

DIY party crafts can turn a boring gathering into a unique affair. Don't just hand out sweet treats this year; instead, use your paper crafting skills and PLUS America Decoration Rollers to create a Rosette Cupcake Topper. It's a fun and simple way to decorate your favorite food.



  • Plus Decoration Mini Roller  (Red Ribbon pattern)
  • Plus Decoration Roller (Cupcakes)
  • Two different colors of card stock
  • White piece of paper
  • Glue stick, glue dots or hot glue gun
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Toothpick
  • Wire
  • Charm
  • Round nose pliers
  • Jewelry adhesive


  1. Use the cupcake roller and stamp the image onto a piece of white paper. Choose one of the images and cut it out.  Place aside for now.

  2. Take a piece of cardstock and cut a 9-1/2 X 3/4” piece. Cut two 1” diameter circles.  Then using the mini decoration roller stamp images onto the long strip by holding it steady and rolling it onto the paper.

  3. Note: If you have a die that precuts the rosettes, then use it to save time. Here is what it looks like using a die cut strip.
  4. Take the second piece of cardstock and cut a 9-1/2” X 1” piece.

  5. Cut two 1-1/2 ” diameter circles.

  6. Fold the 9-1/2" cardstock papers accordion style into 1/4” folds.  
  7. Take the two ends of the strip and glue together to secure them to create a circle.
  8. Once the glue has dried, you will need to place the ring on solid surface and gently press the outer sides of the circle down.  
  9. Hold it and glue the 1-1/2” circles onto the front and back of the larger rosette to strengthen it. Follow the same procedure to create the smaller rosette.

  10. Once the glue has dried on the rosettes, then glue the smaller rosette onto the larger rosette to stack them.  Again, wait for the glue to dry.  

  11. Glue the toothpick to bottom side of the rosette.
  12. Cut a 4” piece of wire.  Using the round nose pliers, take one end to make a double loop.  
  13. To finish the rosette glue a charm to the double loop.   Then glue the other end to the rosette.

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