Cupcake Wrapper

Baking By Newatdecorating Updated 7 Jun 2010 , 3:13am by ElectricCook

Newatdecorating Posted 21 May 2010 , 1:55pm
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I see all the cupcakes with the cute wrappers. The colors on the wrappers looks so bright and colorful. Mine look dull, greasy and look like they have been cooked. What's everyone's secret? How do they stay looking brand new?

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Montrealconfections Posted 21 May 2010 , 2:03pm
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I've seen some that are waxed they seem to keep the color better, but what most folks seem to do is place the cupcake in the liners after they are baked (2 cupcake liners).

kileyscakes Posted 21 May 2010 , 2:12pm
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Here is where I get mine, http://www.etsy.com/search_results.php?search_query=cupcake+liners&search_type=supplies you want liners that are greaseproof. Also you can make your own wrappers to set the cupcakes in after they are baked. You make them out of scrapbook paper. hth

KKristy Posted 21 May 2010 , 3:02pm
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kileyscakes
Thanks so much for posting this link....I've been looking all over the net for some specific baking cups and they were on etsy ! You just made my day - thanks again!
Kristy

MamaCow Posted 21 May 2010 , 4:45pm
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If you make your own cupcake wrappers, you can also fancy them up with zig zag scissors. icon_smile.gif

Newatdecorating Posted 21 May 2010 , 5:03pm
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Thanks very much!

I've tried putting the cupcake in the liners after they are baked, however some of my liners seemed to have stretched and it didn't look good.

Thanks for the Etsy link! I love Etsy so this will give me another excuse to go on there! icon_smile.gif

fsinger84 Posted 22 May 2010 , 12:55am
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I wouldn't buy any on etsy. If you can get them direct from the wholesalers and you save a ton. They usually require you to get 1,000 liners at a time but if you bake often or know someone you could split them with it is totally worth it to do the research and find out who sells the liners you really want.

KKristy Posted 22 May 2010 , 12:43pm
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fsinger84,
I know what you mean about the cost savings...with the specific liner that I'm looking for (with the ruffled / frilled edge) the only wholeseller that I can find so far is out of china and he will only sell me 100,000 units ( !!!)...so my search is still on. Whole Foods uses these jumbo liners for their cupcakes and of course they will not tell me their source ( like I'm such a big threat, lol)

kileyscakes Posted 22 May 2010 , 2:11pm
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If you contact the seller on etsy some will give you wholesale prices starting at so many, like 500. I can't seem to find place to buy any at wholesale prices besides viking importing. Also I charge my customers for the liners so I don't mind paying etsy prices.

sillywabbitz Posted 22 May 2010 , 2:37pm
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Reynolds just came out with a line of Stay bright wrappers that are foil inside and pattern or solid color outside. My Kroger carries some of them but you can get them online at Reynolds.com. The best is they have solid black and some neon colors. I don't think they're expensive either.

KrissieCakes Posted 22 May 2010 , 2:51pm
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Here are a few great links!
http://www.cupcakeswirl.com/category_5/Cupcake-Liners.htm

http://www.bakeitpretty.com/category_130/Baking-Cups.htm

http://www.etsy.com/shop/HeyYoYo?section_id=5656247

http://www.layercakeshop.com/

http://www.acupcakery.com/index.html


Also, Global Sugar Art and Fancy Flours have started to carry quite a big selection of cupcake liners. My favorite are the Glassine liners - they really keep their color through baking.

fsinger84 Posted 22 May 2010 , 10:27pm
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Originally Posted by KKristy

fsinger84,
I know what you mean about the cost savings...with the specific liner that I'm looking for (with the ruffled / frilled edge) the only wholeseller that I can find so far is out of china and he will only sell me 100,000 units ( !!!)...so my search is still on. Whole Foods uses these jumbo liners for their cupcakes and of course they will not tell me their source ( like I'm such a big threat, lol)




Do you have a photo of the liners you want? I may know where to get them.

fsinger84 Posted 22 May 2010 , 10:31pm
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Originally Posted by KrissieCakes

Here are a few great links!
http://www.cupcakeswirl.com/category_5/Cupcake-Liners.htm




I order some of those wholesale myself. If you like the ones with the swirl I can get you info on how to get them.

KKristy Posted 22 May 2010 , 11:15pm
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Here are pics of some that I'm looking for:
(these are the new wilton ones) - but I'm trying to find jumbo size like my local Whole Foods does
http://www.fancyflours.com/ruffled-baking-cup-white.html

and these or similar:
http://www.cakewithlove.com/podoinbrcucu.html

and a good price on regular sized brown and white polka dot liners

fsinger84 Posted 23 May 2010 , 12:14am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by KKristy

Here are pics of some that I'm looking for:
(these are the new wilton ones) - but I'm trying to find jumbo size like my local Whole Foods does
http://www.fancyflours.com/ruffled-baking-cup-white.html




They have ones like this available through http://www.novacartusa.com/

I don't know of anywhere to get the brown ones though.

glow0369 Posted 23 May 2010 , 12:38am
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Can you believe that I found The Circle Cups, (greaseproof ) from a local TJMaxx!!!

fsinger84 Posted 23 May 2010 , 1:47am
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Originally Posted by glow0369

Can you believe that I found The Circle Cups, (greaseproof ) from a local TJMaxx!!!





I can. I bought some from TJMaxx but then I ordered them wholesale and couldn't believe the mark up. Even at TJMaxx prices they cost a bunch.

EvMarie Posted 23 May 2010 , 2:10am
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I'm glad this was posted....I'm looking for grad cupcake liners in orange and black. I was just gonna bake the white and cherry cakes in orange liners and the chocolate cake in the black liners. I'm pretty new to cupcakes so I didnt' realize there were greaseproof! Obviously, they would help keep the color!!!! Duhhhh....

I made cupcake wrappers for my Aunts party last week. It was sort of a Hawaiian theme so I made wrappers with bright construction paper. I used some smaller flower cutters for fondant to trace and cut out then hot glued on. I also used my wrapper template to create an upper trim and then on another flavor a lower trim. They looked "funky". Not perfect you know...which was okay because she's an easy breezy kind of lady anyway...

The only thing was I didn't line with wax paper and I had to make sure I didn't get my buttercream rubbing on the wrapper or the butter/shortening would have soaked through. I only had a few that did this, so I could hide them. But, I'll for sure line them next time. Lots of work & a cricut cutter thingy would have been a time saver but unfortunately don't have one!

Thanks for all the links posted I'll check them out right away for my grad party liners!!!

KKristy Posted 24 May 2010 , 12:57pm
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fsinger84,
Where do you think the best place (wholesale for greaseproof , colored, or glassine baking cups is ?
I tried contacting that Novacartusa last week - I found their info from a cupcake blog and they have never responded to voice message or email...so I'm waiting to hear back.
Kristy

fsinger84 Posted 26 May 2010 , 11:00pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by KKristy

fsinger84,
Where do you think the best place (wholesale for greaseproof , colored, or glassine baking cups is ?
I tried contacting that Novacartusa last week - I found their info from a cupcake blog and they have never responded to voice message or email...so I'm waiting to hear back.
Kristy





I would look at their website to see what ones they offer that you want. They will send you some samples for free but they might ask you for shipping $. I got a response the same day I called so that is weird. I just got my liners today so I will let you know how they look when I get home. I would contact the person I spoke to Anita 887-896-6682 or 510-215-8999 email [email protected]

KKristy Posted 27 May 2010 , 12:06am
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I spoke with Anita yesterday and arranged to get the price list and a few samples. Let me know which ones you like and if you are happy with the overall quality when you check yours out !

pankake Posted 4 Jun 2010 , 6:20am
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Originally Posted by kileyscakes

Here is where I get mine, http://www.etsy.com/search_results.php?search_query=cupcake+liners&search_type=supplies you want liners that are greaseproof. Also you can make your own wrappers to set the cupcakes in after they are baked. You make them out of scrapbook paper. hth




Hi there,

I am just wondering if all these suppliers on this link sell grease proof liners?

ElectricCook Posted 7 Jun 2010 , 3:13am
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Originally Posted by fsinger84

Quote:
Originally Posted by KKristy

Here are pics of some that I'm looking for:
(these are the new wilton ones) - but I'm trying to find jumbo size like my local Whole Foods does
http://www.fancyflours.com/ruffled-baking-cup-white.html



They have ones like this available through http://www.novacartusa.com/

I don't know of anywhere to get the brown ones though.





Thanks for the link. I love their stuff

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