Get ready to celebrate Cupcake Day with these super cute Cupcake Crafts for Kids! Bring out the craft paper, pom poms and doilies, and get crafting!
Did you know that the 14th of June is Cupcake Day? Well, it’s not like we need a special day to enjoy these delightful little treats, so it’s okay if you were unaware!
Cupcakes aren’t just a treat for your palate – they’re also a sight for sore eyes! All that fluffy, airy frosting, topped with colorful sprinkles or fruit – just thinking about it is making my mouth water!
It’s no wonder then that cupcakes are such a hit with the kids, and a must have at kids’ parties. So today, we’re going to take a break from all the sugar, but still enjoy our favorite treat – by making cute cupcake crafts! These crafts are super easy to make and perfect for the young crowd, so bring out your supplies and get crafting!
10 Cute Cupcake Crafts for Kids
The use of puffy paint on these cupcakes makes the frosting look super real! Get all the instructions to make this craft from I Heart Arts n Crafts – including adding buttons to look like sprinkles!
This cupcake pencil topper from Teach Me Mommy is the perfect back to school gift! And when you consider the fact that all you need to make this is a cupcake liner and pom poms, it’s the easiest one too!
We love making plastic egg crafts, and so does Chica Circle, as can be seen with these cute plastic egg cupcakes! These would also make a great treat box for a cupcake or candy theme birthday party.
Easy Preschool Crafts has a cute cupcake craft that goes with the book, “If you give a cat a cupcake”. This is an easy enough craft that’s perfect for preschoolers who love the book.
A fancy cupcake place will probably serve you cupcakes with paper doilies, and when you get home, you can use those very doilies to create your own cupcakes! See how this is done at Glued to My Crafts.
Here’s a craft that’ll go perfectly with those pom pom pencil toppers we mentioned above – pom pom cupcake bookmarks! Bren Did shows us how to make these cute bookmarks through step by step pictures.
Get your child a blank canvas, draw an outline of a cupcake and then let her go crazy filling it up with buttons! These are so easy to make you can easily make a set of 3 or 4 and hang them up in your child’s room! Get instructions at Baker Ross.
You’ve made Origami birds and whales, now it’s time for Origami cupcakes! The Spruce gives us detailed instructions on making these adorable cards that work well for birthdays, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day or teacher appreciation.
A felt board is a great way to keep kids occupied and a cost-effective one too! Bonus points if you can get the kids involved while making it! Check out At Home with Natalie for all the instructions to make a cupcake felt board.
How pretty are these paper punch cupcakes from Damask Love? If you have the punches mentioned in the project, then making this will be a breeze, else you can just cut them out by hand.
Feeling a sugar high? I think I am feeling it too! These cupcake crafts are also perfect for your pretend play bakery or supermarket, along with our pretend play donuts, paper sandwiches and paper collage pie. With so many goodies to make and sell, it’s time to get busy!