Cupcake Liner Snowflake Craft

Cupcake Liner Snowflake Craft

If your house is anything like mine, you always have a few stray cupcake liners left over from birthdays and holidays. You can always do mix and match cupcakes, but I love using these leftover liners for arts and crafts projects because they’re so versatile. Let’s learn how to make this fun Cupcake Liner Snowflake Craft that’s great for cutting and pasting skills, and can be a party activity for a big group too!

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Cupcake Liner Snowflake Craft

Supplies:

  • Construction paper
  • Cupcake liners
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick

Start by flattening out your cupcake liner. I recommend using standard cupcake liners rather than foil lined ones for ease of folding and cutting. Then flip your liner wrong side up and fold it in half from bottom to top. Then fold in half again left to right, and in half one more time.

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Now just take your scissors and trim it like your would a traditional paper snowflake. You can trim off the tip, and make half hearts, triangles, squares, and half circles on both sides.

I also like to cut a pattern into the top rounded edges to make the outside of the snowflake pretty too! Now just unfold your snowflake, and place some glue on the back. I recommend gluing down one section at a time if using a fast drying glue stick. Now place your snowflake down on your construction paper. I like to make some of them come off the edges for a fun effect.

Then just take your scissors and trim off the parts that come off the edge of the paper. Now just do the same thing with the rest of your cupcake liners and fill your paper with a variety of pretty snowflakes!

You’re all finished! Have fun making this¬†Cupcake Liner Snowflake Craft with your little ones!

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You might also like this water color snowflake art project.

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