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Bake it Pretty

I usually prefer to bake naked cupcakes (no paper liner), but sometimes I want a little decoration. For my wedding in September I have been looking for something special, but the selection of cupcake liners in stores is quite disappointing. I finally found some really cute papers in mini and full-size versions on the Bake It Pretty shop on Etsy. It’s a great shop for unique cake supplies, and you can buy in small quantities. In addition to cupcake liners, they also have cake toppers, packaging and more. Here are a few more of my favorites:

Available on BakeItPretty.etsy.com >



3 COMMENTS SO FAR...

Steve in ORD says on June 27th, 2009 at 8:00 am:

I’m sure you’ve found it before, but I found some neat stuff at Confectionery House…

http://www.confectioneryhouse.com/

Sarah says on July 2nd, 2009 at 12:34 pm:

Yes! I found that etsy shop a while back and I’m also planning to buy liners from them for my wedding!

I wonder though, if the vibrant colors of those tulip liners would even show through, especially with dark cupcakes. Seems the paper always gets saturated with grease and becomes practically transparent. maybe I will bake them in plain liners and then set them into pretty cups afterward.

Amanda says on July 2nd, 2009 at 5:07 pm:

Thank you so much for the lovely write-up about Bake It Pretty! I really appreciate it :)

Sarah: I know what you you mean about the cupcake liners, some hold their color much better than others after baking. I’m actually working on big database for this right now! As for the Tulip Cups you mentioned, in my experience they actually kept their color/pattern surprisingly well. Of course, it all depends on the batter type and color, too. Definitely best to experiment first! Doubling-up on the liners helps a lot, too.



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