Forget baking! These adorable paper liners can be put to good use around the house in surprisingly practical ways.
1. Catch popsicle drips: Cut a slit in the bottom of a cupcake liner and slide it up the popsicle stick to create a disposable drip-catcher.
2. Make mini lanterns: Punch holes into the bottoms of cupcake liners and slip them over bulbs in a string of electric lights to create a soft, subtle glow.
3. Cover open drinks: Top glasses or soda cans with cupcake liners to keep bugs out of drinks at a picnic. Poke a hole in the paper to make room for a straw.
4. Decorate a mason jar: Giving a gift in a mason jar? Dress up your present by covering the jar lid with a cupcake liner and securing with a pretty ribbon or string.
5. Keep craft projects organized: Divide items like googly eyes or sequins into cupcake liners to keep crafting materials neat and accessible while you work.
6. Make a garland: Poke holes in colorful cupcake liners and string them on a ribbon to create a fun, cheap party decoration.
7. Craft a DIY bow: Layer 10 liners and staple them together at the center. Fold them in half and make small 2-inch cuts along the outer edge. Unfold and shape into a semi-circular pom-pom.
8. Prevent wax drips: Place tea lights in cupcake liners to protect surfaces from melting wax.
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