At long last I have created some Christmas Cupcake Wrappers to add to my cupcake wrapper collection. These were all created in KNK Studio software and cut on my 15″ Maxx using light weight cardstock. There are five different designs: Merry Christmas, Deck the Halls, Ornaments, Presents and Tree, and (my favorite) Nativity. The Nativity wrapper is a bit different because it is actually two cupcake wrappers. There is a lining wrapper which is very plain and an outer wrapper with the figures cut in it. The wrappers are assembled individually and the lining placed inside the outer wrapper and a dab of glue placed here and there to keep the two wrappers together. I have always found it difficult to glue two layers together and then bend them without having problems. By assembling the lining and outer wrapper separately, you avoid this problem. A lining can be cut for any of these wrappers using the basic pattern that you can download from ILoveKNK.com. Just use a light weight cardstock or even paper, assemble the lining and wrapper separately, then place the lining inside the wrapper and add a couple dabs of glue to keep them together. Then it doesn’t matter how unattractive the paper baking cup looks because it won’t be seen. A bit more work, but sometimes worth the effort.
It seems that no KNK project would be complete with some vinyl, so the star on the Nativity Cupcake Wrapper is cut from gold vinyl.
Thank you, Sandy, for reminding me to add Christmas Cupcake Wrappers to my collection and for setting up the links for the cutting files. Here is the link to download the cupcake wrappers in KNK, MTC, AI and EPS formats: