Cupcake Liner Wreath

Last month while preparing my posts for the Pretty Paper Packages series, I was struck by a moment of pure inspiration.  I was sitting around making my Cupcake Liner Bows {click here if you missed them} and thought, “Wouldn’t these make a cute wreath?”  Ummmmm….yeah!  And thus, the Cupcake Liner Wreath was born.

cupcake liner wreath

Wanna make your own Cupcake Liner Wreath?

Here’s what you need:

50 Cupcake liner flowers = 250 cupcake liners

Round foam wreath form


Wooden heart embellishment (optional)

To begin making the cupcake liner flowers, I used the same tutorial I used for the bows.  You can find that here.  I made about ten a day until I made enough.  Once all the flowers were made, I cut the wire down to one inch.  Lay out your foam wreath form and begin sticking them in the foam.  I lined the inside of the wreath first and worked my way outward as you will see in the picture below.

A couple of tips that made this easier for me…

  1. Make sure all of your flowers are in the same stage of “bloom”.  I had some that were “too bloomed” and you could see right down the middle and some that looked like they had just budded.  Try to keep them similar or it will look wonky.
  2. Remove some of the flowers to adhere the heart.  Otherwise it will pull the flowers out as it pulls the whole wreath to the floor resulting in lots of tears.  {I tell you this from personal experience.}  I found that little wooden heart at Michael’s and painted it.
  3. Do not hang outside!  It is too fragile.  This is definitely an inside wreath but this was the best place to take my picture!

cupcake liner wreath

Doesn’t it look like real flowers?  I love it!

cupcake liner wreath

cupcake liner wreath

This definitely takes a lot of patience but I just love how feminine and Valentine-y it looks!  {Is Valentine-y a word?  LOL}

What do you think?




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About Jill @ Create.Craft.Love.

Jill Fritz is a full time outside the home working mommy turned craft blogger. She offers craft/DIY tutorials for Pinterest addicts, craft junkies, DIY fanatics and busy mamas. Jill started Create.Craft.Love. as place to showcase her craftiness and to encourage others to do the same. Create.Craft.Love is a place where passion and creativity collide!


  1. I Love this idea– it does look like flowers. I was looking for something for our dining room decor, and I think these cupcake liner flowers would be perfect! :)

  2. i love the texture of this wreath. Totally reminds me of carnations which are my favorite.

  3. Love it! It’s beautiful! It does look like real flowers. Now the challenge is how to get it to smell like fresh flowers.

  4. Such a pretty idea :)

  5. Adorable!I just made cupcake carnations about a week ago. One of my favorite crafts ever! Your wreath turned out cute.

  6. This is a great tutorial. I am going to try it this weekend!

  7. This is so beautiful!! My daughter is always looking for ways to make paper flowers and we have done simple ones with cupcake liners, but I love this. We are definitely going to give this a try. Thank you for sharing it!

  8. CUTE!!! Thanks for sharing, friend. HUGS!!

  9. Visiting from the Ginger Snap Crafts link party. Lovely wreath!! Pinning :)

  10. Wow! That’s a lot of cupcake liners! But, it looks so very pretty! Have pinned to my L’Amour ♥ on Pinterest! , I may have to give this one a try out as I just love wreaths!

    I would invite you to add this to my link party, but I’ve yet to start one in 2013 (yet!) I hope you check in some time and join in :)

    Have a great day!

  11. Wow, this is so cute! It looks like a rose wreath!

  12. How cute is that?! I love it. I hope you’ll come share it at my link up party tomo :) xoxo~ Ruthie

  13. Very cute and creative way to use cupcake holders.

  14. Sweet little wreath!

  15. Such a cute idea – great way to use up my huge stash of cupcake liners!!
    I just started a new Finding the Pretty & Delicious Linky Party on my blog this week – would love to have you stop by and share!

  16. I love this and so cute! Visiting from the blog parties!

  17. This is such a cute wreath! I LOVE it!

  18. Oh my gosh, its so puffy!! And so super cute for Valentine’s Day! I love it!

  19. This turned out so cute! I also made a cupcake liner wreath this week! I’d love it if you’d stop by and check it out:

    I love how you made flowers first, and then glued them to the wreath. So very cute.

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says:

      Thanks so much, Michelle! The flowers are actually stuck in the wreath with the wire. I only had to glue a few stubborn ones. Your wreath is darling!

  20. I just bought a bunch of Valentine’s Day cupcake liners yesterday. I have been searching for inspiration to use them. Gorgeous wreath. Pin!

  21. Looks good enough to eat!!

  22. I would love to have you link your beautiful Valentine wreath to my DIY wreath blog. Hope to see you there. Linda

  23. So pretty! Thank you so much for sharing at {wow me} wednesday! :)


  24. You seriously do make the best wreaths Jill. If if you ever change the color of your door, I won’t know it’s your wreath except by its pure awesomeness :-)

  25. Adorable!! I love it!!

  26. this is so stinkin’ adorable! you’re so clever :)
    i’m off to pin this on my valentine’s day board now!

  27. Jill, I am working on a cupcake liner craft roundup, and this is one of my faves!


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