Check out our list of Cute and Easy Cupcake Liner Crafts for Kids to see how you can turn cupcake liners into birds, animals, flowers, dolls and more!
One thing that we always have in stock is a bunch of cupcake liners. After all, you never know when the urge to have a cupcake will hit you, and we want to be well prepared!
It’s just amazing the assortment of cupcake liners they have today. From teeny tiny ones to jumbo sizes, and in all patterns and colors. That’s another reason I hoard cupcake liners – you can make so many fun crafts with them!
The world is only waking up to how versatile a craft material cupcake liners are, and they’re perfect for young kids who are just starting out on their crafting journey. Easy to cut, stick and fold, cupcake liners are a must have, and we’re going to make the most of them with these cute and easy cupcake liner crafts for kids!
20 Easy Cupcake Liner Crafts for Kids
Fold a cupcake liner into half and you can’t help but turn it into an umbrella! And that’s exactly what we’ve done here with a cute rainy day collage.
Toucans aren’t birds we talk about often, considering owls and flamingos occupy most of the spotlight. That’s why this cute toucan craft from I Heart Crafty Things is so special!
Dinosaur fans will love this easy to make cupcake liner dinosaur craft! Liners are so easy to work with, and adding craft paper and elements like googly eyes open up so many opportunities!
How cute is this little guy from 123 Homeschool? It’s an easy project for young kids, but also one where they can learn a new technique like curling the paper strips.
The number of ways you can convert cupcake liners into flowers is just mind boggling! However, kids can start out with this easy craft from One Little Project, using Popsicle sticks and craft paper.
Fireworks are held on many occasions during the year, whether it’s a holiday like Independence Day, a festival like Diwali or for New Year. Celebrate these occasions with a fun fireworks craft from A Little Pinch of Perfect.
These cupcake liner snails from Our Kid Things are a sight for sore eyes – look at that blast of colors! Gather all the leftover cupcake liners you have to make your own custom, multicolored pet snail.
Want an owl craft that’s not too pink and pastel? Try out this fall themed owl craft, made with cupcake liners in colors like rust and brown. Don’t forget large googly eyes for your owls!
I’ve seen many cupcake liner fish crafts out there, but a cupcake liner puffer fish? Not that many! We’re absolutely loving this fun and colorful craft from Our Kid Things – great for ocean study.
Everyone loves butterflies, and when you can make them so easily with cupcake liners, you’ll love them even more! First Palette mixes plain and patterned cupcake liners for a lovely effect in this craft.
On the surface these ghosts from Facci Designs may look unassuming, but place them over a lit votive and they instantly come to life…err…well, I forgot they were ghosts!
If your kids want to make their own ornaments to hang on the tree, these are among the easiest ones to make! All you need are green cupcake liners, a Popsicle stick and a red button – and you’re all set!
If you have cupcake liner ghosts, cupcake liner angels can’t be far behind, can they? Crafty Morning shows us how to make these cute and easy angels that are so cheerful and sunshiny they can brighten up anyone’s mood!
If you can make umbrellas out of cupcake liners, it’s only natural that you make mushrooms too! Glued to My Crafts has a project that’s so easy; all it needs are little wooden spoons and cupcake liners.
Cupcake liners and Popsicle sticks are among the most versatile things to craft with, and when they come together they can create magic – much like this magical rainbow and shamrock!
Looking for a craft that can be done in five minutes? You’ve come to the right place – this cupcake liner balloon craft from A Little Pinch of Perfect is exactly what you’re looking for!
Just back from a beach holiday? Relive the fun time you had there with a cute crab craft from I Heart Crafty Things. Get that goofy expression on the crab’s face by using googly eyes of different sizes.
Love the expressions on these jellyfish – don’t they look like they’re up to something! Check out the instructions at Easy Peasy and Fun to make this super easy craft for kids.
Emojis are everywhere, you can’t ignore them, so you might as well have fun with them! Glued to My Crafts have these fun emoji cards, and you can customize the expressions to suit your purpose.
There’s a small problem with these paper dolls from Be Brave, Keep Going – once you start you can’t stop! Honestly, there are so many ways you can make these dolls, with different hair styles, dresses and embellishments that you’ll just keep going!
These crafts are so bright and colorful I feel like going out and buying some new sets of liners! If you and your kids enjoy crafting with cupcake liners, you may also like to check out these egg carton crafts and crafts made with drinking straws. It’s true – everything you see can be turned into a craft!