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It’s true, you know. Bring someone a cupcake in an individual cupcake carrier and you’ll gain a friend, or two. Everyone loves a cupcake. And everyone loves pretty packaging. These diy carriers are such an easy way to gift a single cupcake! You’ll be spreading sugar love to teachers, neighbors, friends, and more.
These are so simple that we weren’t initially going to put them on the site. We thought everyone knew them and we didn’t want to insult anyone’s intelligence. We were just bringing cupcakes to some local businesses near the studio. And then their reactions to our little individual cupcake holders were so loud and in charge that we just KNEW.
The whole world doesn’t know about upside down mason jars and cupcakes.
That’s okay. When we were growing up (back in the day…for Nellie a little further back than Bellie) everyone we knew had a favorite boxed cereal. We didn’t understand. With 10 of us our world had little exposure to boxed cereal (can you imagine how many boxes of the stuff our parents would go through!), oatmeal was more our speed. But now that we are older we KNOW. Everyone should have a boxed cereal favorite.
So we get how your world may not have had mason jars and cupcakes in existence together. Now you know. And your little gifts this Christmas can be so much simpler AND cute. There must be a fabulous little cupcake shop you ADORE. A 6-pack of cupcakes and 6 jars equals DONE<>BOOM<>AWESOME little gifts.
Our mason jars were THESE ,for those that are wondering.
To Make Individual Cupcake Carriers:
- Buy the proper mason jars.
- Flip them over and set a cupcake on the lid.
- Screw the jar on to the lid.
- If you like, attach a cute ribbon and tag.
Little, adorable mason jars are a never- ending source of clever ideas. We use mason jars for drinking glasses, for parfaits, for bits and bobs of sewing, for coins, for pens & pencils, etc. You get the idea! And these, we use mason jars for these…