Cupcake Liner Heart

After making a Faux Patchwork Heart Wreath to hang over the mantel in my living room, I decided the mantel needed a few more Valentine touches.  A ruffled heart made from cupcake liners filled in an empty space on the mantel perfectly.

Making it was easy and in expensive.

Supplies:
Cardboard
Utility Knife
Sharpie
Cupcake Liners:  3 packages of white and 3 packages of pink/yellow/green
(You will only use the pink papers.)
Glue Gun and Glue Sticks

How-To:
Draw a heart on cardboard using a Sharpie and cut out with a utility knife.
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Fold a cupcake liner in half.  Add a drop of glue to the right side and fold in half again.  Add another drop of glue to the right side and fold one more time.  Hold briefly until glue sets, then glue onto cardboard heart.
Cupcake Heart Collage

Glue one row of white papers to the edge, then add a second row of white.  Switch to pink and add two rows.  Fill in the middle with white.
Cupcake Heart Collage 2

Display!  I am in love with the ruffles that the liners create.  This looks like the top of a very fancy box of chocolates.
Cupcake Heart8

Vintage flower vases make fun candle holders.
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Pink, white, and ruffled…Perfect for my Valentine mantel!

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Comments

  1. Paula, you are so clever! Love the pink, white and the ruffles, just perfect! What a sweet looking heart, oh, I love the candles and candlesticks too!

  2. So sweet – so pretty. I like your idea of using the vases as candlesticks.

  3. What a pretty display! I am going to take your clever idea of using the milkglass vases as candleholders. Love that!

  4. Oh, Paula. That wreath is just beautiful. The touch of pink in it really makes it. Then when I saw your pink candles in the vases, I was totally in awe – and you teach middle school, too. WOW!

  5. Oh, so sweet!! I love it, Paula. Anything with pink and ruffles!

  6. It DOES look like the top of a box of chocolates! Perfect for Valentine’s Day!!

  7. This is darling, Paula! With all the different cupcake liners out there, you can make some really colorful ones! Great job!

    XO,
    Jane

  8. Wow, Paula! Another amazing idea! You are so crafty – I love it! :) I’m sure your house looks amazing!

    P.S. – I left you a little surprise on my Blog :)

    Breanna
    http://therushfamily.blogspot.com

  9. That is so stinkin’ cute!!! I love the candles in the vintage vases too. Great idea!

  10. Absolute perfection! I love it, you are a genius!

  11. This makes me anxious for Valentine’s Day!

  12. Hi Paula! You are the smartest one! I love your pretty heart! I’ve got to try this! Thanks for sharing how to do it.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  13. It’s adorable!

  14. LOVE this and it is so economical! Thanks for sharing. Blessings, Debbie

  15. Such a great idea! I love how it came out!

    I’d love for you to share: http://tutusandteaparties.blogspot.com/2012/01/pinteresting-party-week-24.html

  16. So cute! Love the effects of the ruffled edges. I think I may have to try one of these!

    And I LOVE the candles displayed in the white milk glass pieces! I collect milk glass and enjoy seeing the different ways people use/display it!

  17. Such beauty! Thanks for the tutorial. Love the way the heart looks with your gorgeous white “vases” and pink candles! Hugs ~ Mary

  18. so cute, Paula!

  19. This is so pretty.
    Debi @ Adorned From Above

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