I’m super excited to share this months Printables with you. I was so excited about making an Easter printable that I made 3 for you. The first is a set of cupcake toppers, the second is a set of Easter Labels, and the third is a set to use as extra-large toppers, tags, or as a banner.
There are a few different ways to assemble the cake toppers.
Double Sided Cupcake Topper
- Cut out the toppers in pairs of two and fold them in half.
- Cut out the circles leaving a small piece of the fold intact.
- Use double-sided tape across the back of the topper.
- Position your tooth pick in the center of the topper and press in place.
- Fold the top over and trim the edges.
One Sided Cupcake Topper
- Print out the toppers.
- Cut out the individual circles.
- You can use straight scissors, a circle punch, or decorative scissors to cut out the circles.
- Place the toothpick in the center of the design. Use a small piece of tape or glue to secure the toothpick.
Make sure your design is facing in the right direction. I accidentally taped a few bunnies upside down.
- Print the labels
- Cut out the labels carefully.
- Use decorative scissors to add detail to the bottom of the label.
- Punch a hole in the top of the label and add yarn, string, or ribbon to secure the label.
- Print the labels.
- Cut out the circles using a circle cutter, scissors, or decorative scissors.
- Punch a hole in the top of the circle.
- Thread the yarn, string, or ribbon through the hole and tie in a knot. Move over a few inches and tie another piece in place. Continue until all the circles are used and you have a Banner for an adorable Easter dessert table.
The Kiddo even helped to cut out the toppers and labels. I think she may have helped so that she could get to the cupcakes, but she ended up having fun anyway.
We have decorations that we use every year and some that we update each year. My favorite traditional decorations are a pair of exquisitely decorated sugar Easter eggs that I got the Kiddo a few years ago. She loved them so much that she would not even unwrap them from the cellophane. I keep them in the freezer all year and take them out on Easter eve. The Kiddo looks for them before her Easter Basket. What is your favorite Easter Decoration or Tradition?
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