When I was a little girl my mom would take my sister and I to a local bakery, and on occasion, she would let us pick out a cupcake as a treat.
The first criteria in picking out my cupcake was usually it’s flavor. Chocolate usually won out over vanilla. But sometimes the decorations won me over before the flavor did.
I loved the cupcake picks the bakery used, and I imagine today they might even be described as vintage. Ah, nostalgia…
Recently, I decided to make my own cupcake picks. Although they are not identical to the picks I got in my cupcakes as a little girl, they are very bright and cheery. Something most of us could use a little more of during the winter months.
With a little help from a Cricut that my hubby bought me a couple years ago – my plan came together.
You can be as creative as you want making these. Different shapes, colors, layers – it’s all up to you.
I opted to make a variety of hearts since Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. And I couldn’t resist making a large bouquet of flowers that radiate fun.
The only thing these picks are missing? Cupcakes…
Now for the best part of this post. I just couldn’t keep all of these bright cupcake picks to myself. So, I’m giving away one dozen picks (6 hearts and 6 flowers) to one lucky winner. All you have to do is leave a comment on this post between now and when the contest officially ends at noon January 18th. The winner will be picked randomly. Good luck!
Thanks for entering the giveaway. The contest is officially closed and we have a winner. Congratulations Debbie Alve!