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How to Make a Snowflake Cupcake Topper

Add a little embellishment to your holiday cupcakes with these cute snowflake cupcake toppers from Savannah Starr.  These Snowflake Cupcake Toppers are great for Christmas and New Year's parties...and you'll love how easy they are to make!  You could even use these cute cupcake embellishments as place settings for a holiday party or winter wedding.  Simply write the guests name on a piece of paper and glue it to the snowflake so your guests have a little treat when they find their seats!

cupcake toppers


  • Silver scrapbook paper
  • Die cut machine and die cut of choice
  • Aleene’s Tacky Dot Singles
  • Rhinestones
  • Aleene’s Tacky Glue




  1. Cut two layers of paper with die cut machine.
  2. Apply Tacky Dot Single to back of each piece of paper.
  3. Place toothpick in center. Glue the two diecuts together with toothpick in between.
  4. If desired, glue rhinestone in place in center of both sides of topper.
  5. Place into cupcake.

Designer note: There are many different styles of snowflakes available at the craft store that you can use for your cupcake toppers. At my local store, I found snowflake ornaments, felt snowflakes and button snowflakes that can all be used for this project.

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I think I will die cut these and glue in the toothpick, then give them to my nieces and nephews with some stick on rhinestones and other embellishments


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