How to Make a Cupcake Liner Floral Bouquet

How to Make a Cupcake Liner Floral Bouquet

Hey there, I am Jessica with Paper Mart ( Today I am going to show you how to use a little creativity and some great Paper Mart products to turn these ordinary supplies into this beautiful cupcake liner bouquet. Here is what you need: P.E.T. jar without the top A pair of scissors Wire cutters Pack of Cake Pop Sticks Floral wire Ribbon – any type. I’m using 1-1/2″ pink ribbon. Various colors of cupcake liners. These polka dot cupcake liners are from Paper Mart. Glue Gun First thing we are going to do is get our cake pop sticks and line our jar. Once our glue gun is heated up, we are going to glue hot glue on the jar. and then attach a cake pop stick on top Repeat this step till you cover the whole jar. Once the jar is completely covered, we have a vase to put our cupcake liner flowers in. Next, let’s make the flowers because that is the fun part. Take your floral wire and cut it to various lengths using your wire cutters. Cut your wire to different lengths so you can create a fuller bouquet. This wire is 7 to 8 inches long, I think. Take 4 to 8 cupcake liners and stack them. For a fuller flower, use more cupcake liners. And vice versa. Take your scissors and start cutting 1/2″ up from the ridge. Continue making cuts all around the cupcake liner stack, about a quarter inch apart. Do not cut all the way to the center. You can get the kids to help out too Cut the inside of the cupcake liner to the circle and then cut the circle out. We do not need the circle. Take the piece of wire you cut. And one cupcake liner from the stack. Dab some glue at the top of the wire about 1/2″ down. Place the bottom of the cupcake liner in the glue and start wrapping around the floral wire. Use extra glue if you need to secure it more. Wrap your cupcake liner really tight and keep it even as possible on the bottom. Continue this process with the rest of the liners. More liners used makes a bigger flower. Once our glue is cool, start fluffing out your flower to get it full. Reminds me of carnations. Give it as a birthday gift or put it out on your table. We have our nice beautiful flower and we will add it to our bouquet. There we go! It is a nice touch to our bouquet. I also put on this ribbon to tie it off. I hope you guys enjoyed making this craft. Remember there are so many more on our Youtube channel All the great products to make this craft are on Thanks for watching

52 thoughts on “How to Make a Cupcake Liner Floral Bouquet

  1. So creative I would have never thought of this.
    P.S I made the bunny shirt for my daughter it was a hit

  2. This is great.. I bet you could make those for mini albums without the wire.. Do you think so? thank you for sharing

  3. what a good way to waste cupcake liners! sorry but in my country it is pretty hard to find cupcake liners that are aforddable enough to use. i would just ise regural patterened paper for this.

  4. I love seeing all the different ways crafters make paper flowers.  So many different techniques and types of paper used.  I would only add that I would probably use white tacky glue inside of glue gun glue, as it's hard to press down for a good seal when the glue is hot.  Plus, hot glue tends to lump up when dried, instead of being smooth.

  5. Hey!  Check out my channel.  I make easy to follow craft tutorials.  Thanks a bunch!

  6. So really any type of jar can be used since it will be covered and not holding food.  Even a mason jar or washed pickle or mayo jar can be used.  Anything you have handy, is the height you like and can take the temp of the glue without melting.  Also, I think I would wrap the papers inside out so the color will be on top and not on the bottom.  Or every thing layer if I want them two tone.  Great idea!!  Thanks!

  7. you are one of my most favorite you tube instructors. you don't just keep talking and talking and talking like most. you get to work and show us while you talk. Your Enthusiastic and fun! thank you so much!!!!

  8. can I do those without this "metal-Stick" ? and if yes, how ? I want to do them for my birthday and want to pin them on the side of the table

  9. You are beautiful, and your haircut is awesome! It frames your face very well, and you pull it off. Makes me want to get this trim…. 😊

  10. these flowers are just Darling, I'm going out tomorrow to get some more cupcake liners. I think I have everything else I need. thanks so much for sharing!!!

  11. the flower was showing the white side, wouldn't it be better to glue the cupcake liners inside out so the the pattern is showing instead of the white part?

  12. Very pretty and the flowers will last oh so long. Years ago I used to make carnations from green kleenex, when St Patricks Day was celebrated. It was a nice pale green. Now we have Your great store of products.

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