With the holidays coming up, cupcakes are going to be made in the dozens (they better be or you're off my friends list). This means that there will be a lot of cupcake liners being purchased. While I definitely advocate using them for the making of cupcakes that you can then mail to me, in case you do find yourself with some extra ones lying around after the baking is over, it turns out there are actually a lot of great alternate ways you can use them during the upcoming holiday season.
Turn it into a bow. Fold two liners in half twice and then secure them together with some tape. Cute!
Use several liners to transform a boring styrofoam tree into a festive decorative piece.
Staple together different colored liers and cut slits around the edges to make a beautiful gift topper.
Put a pin in a liner and crumple the sides upwards, then hot glue the bottom. Stick it to a styrofoam ball and voila! Pomander.
Rev up the cute factor of any jarred/canned gifts with some cupcake liners tied to the top.
String lights through them for a festive feel.
A little glue, strings and beads turns cupcake liners into a decorative angel ornament.
If you're making a homemade gift such as soap, wrap it in a large cupcake/muffin liner and seal with custom stickers.
Liners can also be glued and strung together to make a decorative tree garland.
Flatten out the liner and glue letters to the center to create a custom banner.
Cut the bottoms out of several liners and then pin to a styrofoam wreath. That is seriously stylish.
Alternatively, you could turn the liners inside out and pin them in a ruffled shape.