Cupcake Wreath

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I am so happy with the way this wreath turned out!
So quick & simple to make, you could have it completed in an evening.
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I scrunched them up to make them more wrinkled, I like the look of it better!
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I embellished with scrapbook paper, halloween stickers, ribbon and wooden numbers that I painted black.
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All done, nothing to it! And now I have another Halloween Wreath! I think I’m going to run out of doors to put all my wreaths on!
 Cupcake Wreath
 Cupcake Wreath

 Cupcake Wreath

 Cupcake Wreath

 Cupcake Wreath

Imagine, Improvise & Invent


Sarah

Comments

  1. Great wreath and I love it. I really like how you did the holders. Thanks for sharing. I have to make one.

  2. This wreath is awesome! It totally doesn’t look like cupcake liners. I love the allusion to Poe!

  3. i can honestly say i’ve never seen a cupcake wreath before!! very cool! It’s so interesting to look at! I personally love the houndstooth touch!!

  4. That is really cool! What a fun thing to make. Thank you so much for linking to It’s Stinkin’ Cute Craft Thursday!

  5. Sarah, this is absolutely adorable. What a clever idea…haven’t seen this before. Too cute.

    Barb

  6. This is so great! The funny part is I just aquired a package of cupcake liners today that I labeled as “craft supplies” and now I have the perfect way to use them! Thanks. :)
    -Robyn from http://tipsfromtheheart.blogspot.com

  7. I just stopped by from Happy Hour Projects: Freestyle Friday. I’m seriously in love with this wreath! It could be a lot of fun to do this with my kids. They’re good at scrunching things. :) Thanks so much for sharing the cute idea!

  8. How fun! I never would have guessed cupcake liners could look so spooky! I’d love to have you link up with Creative Me Monday… it’s open all week long! Here’s the link:

    http://www.thesoutherninstitute.com/2011/09/creative-me-monday_18.html?utm_source=BP_recent

    You can enter as many projects as you like! Hope to see you there!

    Jenny

  9. This is too funny because just this afternoon I bought a whole bunch of halloween cupcake liners with this VERY project in mind. I will definitely post when I make it! Great minds think alike!

  10. This looks fantastic — great job!

    Jenny
    http://www.simcoestreet.blogspot.com

  11. I think we were meant to be best blogging friends, Sarah! We not only featured 2 of your DARLING Halloween projects (going live this weekend) BUT we purchased all the supplies today to make a Halloween wreath from cupcake liners and just saw your post…. creative minds think alike right? Ours is different of course but still- we LOVE your style!! If you ever want to be our guest and post for us, we would be thrilled to have you :)

    Hope to see you this week at our linky party!
    XO

  12. What a great idea, Sarah. I will be making one of these for Christmas for sure. I have so many things I want to do. When will I get time? I think I should just give up full time work and craft and blog. What do you think?

  13. I’ve been scoping out your blog ever since I saw the Halloween sign and I must say you do very elegant work! Your projects are beautiful and tasteful. This is a great blog. Keep up your inspirational work! And thanks for posting.

  14. This is so stinkin’ cute! TFS!

  15. This is super cute!

  16. What a great project. I’d love if you would share this at my weekend Wonders bloghop. I think my UK readers really enjoy seeing the fantastic craft ideas from the USA!

  17. Love this! And I have a few doors that need a wreath! Thanks!!!!! Pinned it

  18. This is so awesome! You did an excellent job! I’m pinning you right now for a try at it myself later on! :)

  19. I love how you layered the papers and used the color red. (The raven in the center is so delightful–I want one!) Wonderful job on a beautiful wreath. (pinning it.)

  20. How sweet! I love the layering effect :) Thanks for sharing!

  21. Your wreath is adorable. Who would have ever thought it could be done out of cupcake cups! I love it.
    I would be thrilled if you would link this up to my Linky Party going on since Tuesday at http://www.projectqueen.org.
    Thank you. I’m your newest follower.

  22. Totally love this! I love how you used non-traditional Halloween colors. I pinned this one and following along now too!
    Jenn :)

  23. I love the cupcake wrappers with the eyeballs! Those are great! I would love for you to link up to my new linky party –

    Creative Genius @ http://www.thecreativepaige.com

  24. That is so awesome! I love the eyeballs, they take it over the top! Thanks for linking up with DIY under $5!

  25. This is phenomenal! I love the raven and his little crown, as well as all of the eyeballs!
    I pinned and tweeted this. Great job!
    (Saw you at Homemaker In Heels.)

  26. This turned out lovely :)

  27. Love! I’d love for you to link up to my Wickedly Creative Halloween Ideas Link Party!
    http://www.itsybitsypaperblog.com

  28. This is so so so so SO awesome! I just pinned and FB’d it!

  29. I’m totally going to do this! I have one of those wreaths and plenty of Halloween cupcake liners! Thank you for sharing at Simply Creations Link Party!

  30. I love this wreath! What a great idea with the cupcake liners! Thanks for linking up to Shabby Shares Link Party.

  31. I ADORE this Sarah.. LOVE how different and creative it is.. Soo unique.. :))

  32. This is super cute! I love the eyeball cupcake paper!

  33. LOVE THIS! Your blog rocks! Pop Art Minis

  34. I just featured this as part of my BFF Open House Wrap Up. Feel free to grab a featured button from my sidebar if you like!

  35. I am just dropping by to let you know that I had originally forgot to mention you in my post about the Halloween wreath. You were part of my inspiration so I linked back. . .Thanks!!
    -Robyn from http://tipsfromtheheart.blogspot.com

  36. The wreath is great! I like how you were able to use the different papers–the eyeball effect is something else!!

    I hope I see you at the It’s a Wrap Link Party at Artful Rising

    Erika

  37. Now this is a UNIQUE Halloween wreath! Too fun! Thanks for sharing on Fancy This Fridays!!!

  38. I am in love with this wreath! Great job!!!

  39. You and your cupcake liner creations are fabulous!! I made a banner similar to yours the other day :) Check it out @ astepinthejourney.blogspot.com

  40. Oh my gosh! This is so cute! I am hosting a linky party http://mushkiloves.blogspot.com/
    I would LOVE it if you would link this up! (and anything else you would like to! Loving this! It’s just TOO CUTE!

    Kirsten

  41. This wreath is so gorgeous! I had to pin it :)

  42. Followed your link from Tuesday’s Talent Show on Chef In Training. What a GREAT idea!

  43. Those eyeballs are too much! :) So festive, and I love easy projects that don’t take too long to throw together {especially when they turn out looking so great!} Thanks for linking up at One Artsy Mama!

  44. ITS VERY CLEVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  45. This is so original! Major creativity points to you!

    P.S. I’m having a $50 cash giveaway on my blog this week. Come by when you have a chance! :)

  46. My blog tour, I never found a bunch of halloween cupcake liners with this type of project work. I will definitely post when I make it! Great minds think alike! It could be a lot of fun to do this with my sister and brother.

  47. very prett I love the whimsical fabric you used

  48. (found ya on a link party)
    Love love love this! I was just thinking of making a wreath with cupcake liners bc I bought a bunch of them from michaels for .40! Thanks for sharing!

  49. What an amazing wreath! I just love the colors and fun patterns, especially the hounds tooth and bird! Thanks for linking up with me for Friday Favorites. I’m featuring you this week. Come by and grab my featured button if you’d like one.

  50. Great ideas and tutorial. i love it so much, thanks for sharing

  51. How fun! I found you through the Sew Woodsy link party. I am seeing a lot of wreaths lately, maybe it’s a fall/ winter thing. But I am consistently amazed at how cute they all are. This one is gorgeous (and it looks pretty easy). Thanks for sharing!

  52. This is great! Good luck on American Crafter!

  53. Hi! I featured your cute wreath on my blog! Thanks for stopping by and linking up! Another party started tonight!

    Have a great night!
    Kirsten

  54. Love how it turned out! Thanks so much for linking up with us at Show & Share! Hope you’re joining us again this week!
    http://mylilpinkpocket.blogspot.com/2011/10/show-share-8.html

    Marie
    Mylilpinkpocket.blogspot.com

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  56. Great wreath! I love the red, black, and white color combo.

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