DIY Spring Cupcake Liner Wreath: A Simple and Beautiful Craft Idea

Nothing says spring like beautiful pastel colors and sweet treats. If you’re looking for a fun and creative way to welcome the season, why not try making a Spring Cupcake Liner Wreath? This adorable DIY project is perfect for adding a touch of whimsy to your home decor. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the steps to create your own wreath using cupcake liners in an array of vibrant colors. So grab your glue gun and let’s get crafting!

I’m SO happy that spring is finally here and in celebration of spring, I thought it was time for a new wreath for my front door.  Here’s a simple tutorial to make a cupcake liner wreath.  The best part about this is that the color possibilities are nearly endless.  You can get the family in on the fun too.  I had my daughters help cut the cupcake liners and they really enjoyed helping out.  So, let’s get started!


  • Your Choice of Cupcake Liners
  • Push Pins
  • Various Trim
  • Styrofoam Wreath
  • Core’dinations Party Mixers Mini Rosette Garland
  • Paint or Paint Marker
  • Paint Brush
  • Scissors
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Step 1. Fold cupcake liners in half.

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Step 2. Cut the middle part out of the cupcake liners so the ruffled edge is left.  Next, cut the liners down the side, so it will wrap around the wreath.

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Step 3. Pin each cupcake liner in place after you wrap it around the wreath.  Don’t worry if it doesn’t go all the way around.  Just make sure you have enough to make it around to the back side – the front side is all the matters.  Repeat this process creating a pattern.  I wrapped my foam wreath with a repeating pattern of 10 cupcake liners in each color.

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Step 4. Embellish with any sort of ribbon or trim.  Once I got started I just kept going because I was having so much fun with it.

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I also added a little bit of lace trim.

I also decided to add these fun rosettes.  They’re great because they come in a package with the ribbon and the mini clothes pins all in one.  I just painted the letters on each rosette to spell out spring.


I’m so excited for my new cupcake liner wreath.  I love how bright and cheery it is.  Enjoy making your own.

By the way, a cupcake liner wreath would be a great decoration for a birthday party too. :)

Creating a spring cupcake liner wreath is a fun and creative way to add a touch of whimsy to your home decor. With just a few simple materials, you can transform ordinary cupcake liners into a beautiful wreath that celebrates the arrival of spring. Whether you choose pastel colors or vibrant hues, this DIY project allows you to customize your wreath to match your personal style. So gather your cupcake liners, get crafty, and let us know in the comments how your spring cupcake liner wreath turned out! We would love to see your creations and hear about your experience. Happy crafting!

Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of cupcake liners are best?

If you wish your cupcake wrapper to match the presentation of your cupcakes as much as the frosting, greaseproof cupcake liners are a necessary component of baking. Greaseproof cupcake liners are a must if you want to prevent your cupcake liner from melting into your cupcake and becoming transparent.

Why do cupcakes stick to liners?

Certain batters have an excessive amount of sugar, which can caramelize and stick to a paper wrapper or metal pan. Other batters have a very delicate texture. Relatively low-fat batters also have a tendency to stick better than recipes with more fat.

What material is used to make wreaths?

Artificial evergreens, straw, pinecones, coffee filters, Christmas ornaments, and even fresh cranberries—one of Martha’s all-time favorite wreaths—have all been used to create these wreaths. Although most people associate wreaths with Christmas, they also make lovely decorations all year long.

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