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There are three responses to a piece of design — yes, no, and WOW! WOW is the one to aim for.


HI everyone! One of DT Educators, RAE COOPER, is going to share some of her creativity with you today by showing you how to make these adorable little cupcakes – you could go crazy with our Blossoms, making all manner of colour combinations. Let’s see what she used and how she did it.

Ingredients: Flowers, foam ball, lace, chippy circle, paper, pins & glue.


Step 1: Glue paper onto one side of chippy trim and sand.


Step 2:  Make a consertina with a  strip of paper and join the ends together – or you can use Tim Holtz alterations die – Paper Rosette.


Step 3:  Glue patty pan to chippy circle and add lace to the bottom of patty pan.


 Step 4: Glue foam ball into patty pan.


 Step 5: Starting at the top of patty pan, take a flower and a pin and puch it into the foam ball, working your way around from bottom to top, and it should look like the cupcake below.



Step 6: Add a decorative pin for that extra touch.



 Aren’t they so clever – we love them Rae!