I searched for a previous post about this, but I couldnt find one.
So.....does anyone know where to get inexpensive cupcake liners?
Preferably colored or pretty with designs?
Thanks so much for your help!
I've been looking around and haven't found any really inexpensive. I have a tutorial that shows you have to make your own using craft paper or gift wrapping paper.
I certainly appreciate your response, but, I dont think I have the time to make dozens of liners when I need them.
I know the supermarket is inexpensive enough, but they dont have many choices. Usually just white and foil and then some holiday-themed ones.
I thought I read something about a great source online for cupcake liners/wrappers/paper/baking cups ( whatever name they go by) and am hoping someone can point me in the right direction.
Im watching this 'cause I can't believe the cost of these! I'm hoping someone responds with a great website with reasonable prices.
Just a warning, cheap liners generally peel away from the cupcakes in my experience so generally I prefer a good quality liner to reduce frustration and rebaking. Also if you want the color to stay true you want grease proof liners. I've had good luck with the Reynolds Stay Bright and new line of colored foil liners. They really do stay true to color. Their party color line not so much. I'm not sure how they compare in price but you can order them here
sillywabbitz, I was going to say the same thing. I look for the best liners... no losses due to peeling.
Sillywabbitz...that Reynolds site has good ideas!
I use Reynolds Stay Brite and their colored foils. The others are a high quality greaseproof brown, and greaseproof brown tulip liners.