Of course, I can't find it now. Just a week or so ago someone posted they can get 3 or 4 wrappers from one sheet. I can't remember who or if it was 3 or 4.
I'm using a standard size sheet of craft paper (8.5*11). All I can get is 2 no matter how I turn it. Does this sound right for this size sheet? I'm using really expensive paper - need to get the biggest bang for my buck.
I am not needing to follow a decorative pattern or picture on the paper - it's a solid color.
Here's a link to cupcake wrappers in the templates/sketches/patterns gallery:
2 is the most you will get out of 8 1/2x11 if it is regular size cupcake. 3-4 probably could be cut from a 12" square sheet.
I have a quickutz die cutting machine and I can get 6 wrappers out of 12x12 paper. They are a great investment and it's not as time consuming either.
I also get six out of my cricut using scrapbook paper which usually runs a dollar a sheet so it ends up being about .16 cents per wrapper. I can also get six out of cutting them out by hand but then you have to glue or tape them together the template I have for the cricut is made so they connect on their own.
You download the SVG file for use with Sure Cuts Alot or Make The Cut and cut using your cricut. I haven't cut any myself, let us know if you use them.