Cupcake Liner Christmas Ornaments (Easy Kids Craft)
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Have any extra paper cupcake liners laying around?
Here’s how to easily make them into a cute Christmas tree ornament for the holidays!I love that this craft is easy enough for kids to do on their own, and they can use glue sticks for minimal mess. You may likely have these supplies on hand, but in case you don’t check out the dollar store first.
Cupcake Liner Christmas Tree Ornaments
*Christmas Cupcake Liners
*Glue Sticks or Tape
*Sequins, stickers, Embellishments (optional)
*Baker’s Twine , Ribbon, or Yarn
- Flatten and fold a cupcake liner in half and then in half again.
- Repeat that until you have 4 folded liners.
- Stack and glue folded pieces with the pointed portion facing the top.
- Fold another cupcake liner in half three times and glue on the bottom as the “tree trunk”.
- Glue any sort of sequins or stickers as embellishments if desired.
- Glue a piece of twine, ribbon, or yarn to the top to hang.
My kids had fun helping me make these, and I think they would also make creative present toppers as well!
What an ADORABLE & EASY craft!
Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2 small kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! To see all of Lina’s DIY/Crafts created just for Hip2Save, click here.
Perfect for my sons 1st grade Christmas party! Thanks
Yes!! Awesome- enjoy it!
Just an FYI about that bakers twine that you linked out to (in case anyone else is thinking of buying the Regency bakers twine, which is the first one that comes up)… It’s super thin and not like yarn at all. More like slightly thicker than dental floss. I ordered it the other day and was disappointed because I was going to use it to tie presents but it’ll probably take two or three threads to be thick enough. For the price tho, I didn’t feel like returning it
So great to use up the pile of miscellaneous cupcake liners I have in the drawer. So cute and fun, thanks Lina!
Yes!! I love it too! So fun – thanks Jennifer!
Thx . All of these gr8 ideas for my two boys and I to do .Keep up the good work.!!!…We are hosting an Xmas dinner for r police dept. ,and people that dont have family’s..My two boys keep looking for your ideas..They r going to make these as a remembrance…in some of the layers they are putting ,the persons name, the date,the year,and r last name. They LOVE this one..!!!!!
That’s so nice! Thanks
Cute! My kids made angels with cupcake liners when they were in Pre-K.. ohhh that was sooo long ago LOL
I can’t believe they’re almost 15 & 14!!
Awwe that sounds so cute!
Are there mini liners or standard size??
Standard! But a mini liner on top would be cute too!
Ohh- I like the idea of doing some with mini liners though. My girls always put up a mini tree in their room and smaller ornaments with mini liners would be cute!
What a cute idea! I’m going to have my kids make them for relatives as a gift.
Definitely doing this, thanks!
How cute! Thanks. They look like they will fit in Christmas cards for out of town family.
If you’re looking for review it really works it’s a great art and craft