The Cupcake Liners That They Sell At Michael's

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yummy Posted 14 Nov 2010 , 8:53am
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I usually use the Reynold's brand but I am looking for a fall theme ( I know I'm late). I'm going to Michael's tomorrow and was wondering which liners work well ( no problems with the design fading and liners coming loose)? TIA

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pattycakesnj Posted 14 Nov 2010 , 11:55am
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My shoprite (in NJ) sells reynolds liners by the season, no need to pay the up prices at a speciality store

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traci_doodle Posted 14 Nov 2010 , 12:31pm
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It could just be me, but I've had problems with the Wilton liners. I've read that you need greaseproof liners, which the Wilton liners don't seem to be. They just lose color and I've even had things burn because of them (although they were muffins, not cupcakes).

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daltonam Posted 14 Nov 2010 , 1:34pm
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Michael's also sells a new line, I used them for my DD b-day party, but I'm sorry I was too busy with everything to remember, which in it's self could be your answer . . everything looked good so I guess they were fine. Sorry the name isn't coming to me.

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CocoaBlondie Posted 14 Nov 2010 , 1:51pm
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I've used the "celebrate" I think it's called store brand at Michaels. They seemed to have worked just fine. I can't remember any problems. Use that coupon icon_biggrin.gif

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yummy Posted 14 Nov 2010 , 4:39pm
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Thank you, I forgot to mention that I get them from the supermarket too, the 2 in my area are low on stock and not the colors I'm looking for.

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daltonam Posted 14 Nov 2010 , 7:07pm
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Originally Posted by CocoaBlondie

I've used the "celebrate" I think it's called store brand at Michaels. They seemed to have worked just fine. I can't remember any problems. Use that coupon icon_biggrin.gif




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hollyheartscuppycakes Posted 15 Nov 2010 , 7:55pm
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Martha Stewart makes some really cute seasonal liners and I have had any problems with them. If you looking to buy off like try etsy.com or bakeitpretty.com

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yummy Posted 16 Nov 2010 , 6:08am
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I love etsy's liners; are they any good? The designs are incredible; I would hate for them to fade out during baking; are they greaseproof?

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scp1127 Posted 16 Nov 2010 , 6:12am
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If you bake moist or dark cupcakes, you may have a problem. I do no like them. I use Reynold's or greaseproof.

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doramoreno62 Posted 16 Nov 2010 , 7:31am
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Cupcake creations make lots of different liners and they are greaseproof. They are strong enough that they stand on their own. No need for cupcake molds or tins. Google them!

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hollyheartscuppycakes Posted 16 Nov 2010 , 9:30pm
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Love etsy liners! And some sellers are cheaper than a couple of websites I've checked out. Compare prices and shipping. But I found a lot of different designs that I havent seen before.

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ilovecupcakestoo Posted 24 Nov 2010 , 6:03am
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