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Thread: Update on Cupcake Pincushion

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    Super Member dotcomdtcm's Avatar
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    I found laser cut plastic doily coasters at Urban Outfittters that look wonderful under the cupcake pincushion. They cost $6 for 4, so you would only want these for a BFF or yourself !
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    very pretty, for your not so bff's you can use a laundry detergent cap around the ridge I just put ribbon,

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    Very nice finishing touch!!

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    Adorable!!!!!!!

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    oohhh i love that

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    so cute!

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    Is it in a silicone cupcake liner? ANd do you glue it in?
    Really cute! Is there a tutorial somewhere?

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    It looks so yummy!

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    Very pretty cupcake Dotty; Jeannie's idea below of using detergent caps instead of patty tins might reduce cost. Plastic lids off jars could also be used :roll: Thanks for idea

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    I love reusing all those jar lids. Maybe make mini fruit cakes for Christmas novelties?

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