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It’s getting to be that time of year! At least it always feels like springtime is when I attend the most baby showers throughout the year. I know of quite a few moms-to-be!! One expectant mom friend of mine has a boy on the way and I thought a camping themed baby shower would be such an adorable theme! You know how much I LOVE to use my Cricut Maker to make custom party decor and this party was no different!!
Pretty much everything on my food table was made with my Cricut Maker! Rosette backdrops have been a thing for awhile but this is the first time I’ve attempted them. They were SO easy to make! Its so easy to do your own DIY Baby Shower with Cricut.
And that “BABY” marquee sign…. Totally made with the Maker! I’m addicted to making things out of chipboard.
Wouldn’t custom marquee letters spelling out the baby’s name be fun?! Maybe for my next Cricut baby shower!
Here’s a closer look at the rosettes. The whole baby shower theme was based around the Campin’ Out Deluxe Paper pack found in the center of the rosettes.
Tape paper straws onto your soda bottles with washi tape for a fun, useful decoration.
Cups of trail mix and s’more bars are perfect camping treats!!
And simple vanilla cupcakes get a campfire makeover with the help of pretzels and some candy melt flames! I also used another design from the Campin’ out pack to create my own cupcake wrappers for my camp fire cupcakes. Keep scrolling to see how!
DIY Cupcake Wrappers with Cricut
The Scoring Wheel not only made making the rosette backdrop a breeze, the double Scoring Wheel made it possible to make this thick paper into cupcake wrappers. And isn’t this design the cutest?! You can find the Cupcake Wrapper cut file here.
Fold the straight score lines, creating an accordion pattern (back and forth). Once the straight lines are all folded, gently fold the circle score line to create the bottom of the wrapper.
Once the score lines have all been folded, I squished all the folds together to make sure my folds were even.
Now I know when making 50 cupcakes for the class party, making your own wrappers is not a good idea but for a party with a smaller guest list, this is a cute idea!! And I love how you could use ANY paper to create your own cupcake wrappers to match your theme! I adore how these turned out!
The perfect cupcake (and wrapper!) for any Happy Camper themed party!!
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