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Today I'm sharing a fun Halloween project. When I began this project, my intention was to showcase the adorable Magic Potions stamp set. But in the process, I realized I'm really highlighting 3 amazing products: Cricut Artiste Cartridge (the 2 Halloween-themed buttons), Colonial White Rosette Ribbon, and Magic Potions.
How adorable would these little cupcakes be at your Halloween party? They are SO easy to make with the Cricut Artiste collection!
I used the Cricut Artiste cartridge to cut the spider web cupcake liners (cut at 2") and the shapes for the cupcake toppers. How adorable are these fun stamp images? The Magic Potions stamp set coordinates perfectly with Artiste! And it's only $9.95! The stamp set itself tells you exactly what size to cut your shape at so that the stamp fits on it perfectly, plus it tells you what page of the handbook the shape is found on so you can easily find it on your keypad.
To hold the cupcake toppers in place I used foundry pin clips, after being inspired by Melissa Laverty's mini cupcakes.
Well, the beauty of this project is that you can change the cupcake for each season! The rosette will always look like frosting. Simply take the foam ball out of the cupcake wrapper and insert it into a new wrapper for the next holiday and create a new topper. There are 20 cupcake wrappers on Artiste, so you're sure to find one for every occasion.
Next on the hop is Amy! You're going to love what she has to share.
If you'd like to make this project, or a project of your own with these fun and versatile products, you can find them on my shopping website.
|Magic Potions $9.95|