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About Me: I am the creative person behind Ribbonwood Cottage. A mother, wife and grandmother. My goal in life is to leave a lasting legacy to my family that life is incredible. God gave us this one life and it is worth the journey! A believer. A pianist, church music and worship director. Focused on intentionally living the best life possible.

November 12, 2010

Teeny Weeny Pink cupcakes and cake pedestal!

Well hello everyone! It just seems to be that time of year
to be making little crafts! I don't know about you but
I just love little things...and then decorating with them
in a cubby, nook...little shelf!
Below I made a few little cupcakes this week.

A little
was in order
as well to hold
the little
bakery items.
I'll show you
how to make it

First I
cut some
strips of
paper and ran
them through
a scrapbook
to give it a
cupcake paper
holder look.

Next I added beads,
sequins, whatever
I had on top of
little brown
pompoms to make
the top of a
a cherry on top!

Of course there
had to be pink
a little pink

All the items I used I purchased from Michael's craft store.
I bought little 1 1/2 inch wood discs that looked like little
plates. I painted some and covered some with scrapbook
paper. I used an old wood spool for the base but you could
use a lid from a water bottle or something similar that
would be a base for the plate.

Lastly I cut
the paper, glued
it on the plate, and
spool, then added
the edging and
finished with a
sparkly pipe
cleaner so the
glued edge would not
show! It really was easy!

Thanks for visiting me on this lovely
Pink Saturday!
Be sure to visit Beverly @
for more Pink goodness


Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Debbie, these are so adorable! Very creative. Thanks for sharing and Happy Pink Saturday weekend.


Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Happy Pink Saturday Debbie Sweetie...
Oh my gosh what beauty these teenie weenie cupcakes possess. I love them and you are so durn patient. I have a hard time working with the little bitty things. I end up carrying more of the color and glue than the items do.

I love the little cheery on top. Kudos to you sweet friend. They are so darn beautiful. Love them and thank you for sharing this beautiful Pink Saturday with me.

Have a gorgeous weekend sweetie. Many hugs, Sherry

Ralaine, Author of Burden of Promise: When Tragedy Becomes A Teacher said...

Perfect! They are sugar-free and calorie-free, too. You out did yourself, again. Lovin' it!

Deanna said...

What a darling project! I'm not crafty so I love looking at projects that blogger friends have created. Great job!

Happy Pink Saturday!
Deanna :D

The Polka Dot Closet said...

So cute, I have been busy crafting away also!


fiberdoodles said...

Too cute! Happy belated Pink Saturday!!