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Dessert Skirtz Cupcake Wrappers

Dessert Skirtz cupcake wrappers are made in the U.S.A. with high quality paper and soy-based inks. These reversible baby shower and birthday cupcake wrappers come flat and are quickly assembled with a simple tab and slot closure. Adjustable to three sizes, Dessert Skirtz cupcake wrappers fit most standard cupcakes whether homemade or from a bakery. These whimsical and cute cupcake wrappers cover the unsightly baking liners on your cupcakes and muffins to create a beautiful and professional looking display at your event. Simply drop your baked cupcake into the wrapper, then add the frosting. You can bring your cupcake wrappers to the bakery in advance and have them assemble them onto your cupcakes, or just carefully drop the finished cupcakes into the cupcake wrappers.

These woodland animal theme party supplies bring your forest creature party theme to the table or cupcake tower. These cupcake holders are quick and easy decorations for birthday treats or party favors for kids. They will make such an impact at your event with so little effort! Use Dessert Skirtz cupcake holders to wrap cups, then fill them with appetizers, sundaes, or party favors. These cupcake wrappers are perfect for a lumberjack theme baby shower for a boy or girl, camping theme birthday party for kids, or woodland animals baby shower. One side of each wrapper has a realistic wood look. The other side of each cupcake wrapper has dark brown faux bois wood design. They are a playful way to decorate for baby showers and birthday parties for both boys and girls and a gorgeous way to dress up a woodsy wedding cupcake tower.

Use them for...

  • Cupcake decorations
  • Party favors
  • Single serving party foods
  • Muffin wrappers

You'll receive 36 high-quality, easy-to-assemble cupcake wrappers. These are bottomless wraps made from heavy-weight card stock printed with exclusive Confetti Couture hand-designed art.

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