Need help identifying and sourcing these cupcake liners.

Baking By Corners Updated 28 Jan 2014 , 2:44am by WLYB

Corners Posted 26 Jan 2014 , 1:21am
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Hello all.  First post.  What I'm trying to do is find out where to buy these cupcake liners.  Any ideas?




We moved back to the US after taking an expat assignment in South Africa for the last 2 years.  Over there, this style of cupcake liner was very popular, and we've come to love them.  They are nice, thick, sturdy, and are waxed lined.  However, I cannot find these anywhere in the US.  I brought a bunch of them back with us, but eventually, they will run out.  So, if you can help, it would be greatly appreciated.


Here's a picture of some of them that I brought home.  Please help.


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Cake That Posted 26 Jan 2014 , 1:57am
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Try this website, Ive purchased other stuff from them in the past, but these liners look very similar.

Cake That Posted 26 Jan 2014 , 1:58am
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Try KitchenKrafts . com

Cake That Posted 26 Jan 2014 , 1:58am
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once you get to the site look up "tulip liners" they have lots of them :)

Corners Posted 26 Jan 2014 , 2:29am
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Thank you Cake That.  I've seen the Tulip liners, but still haven't found anything like what we got in SA.  The Tulip liners, well, at least the one's I've seen, are not quite the same, nor are they as sturdy.  Hmmm....

liz at sugar Posted 26 Jan 2014 , 3:17am
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I think those are made or distributed by Hoffmaster.  They sell a whole range of paper products/napkins/etc.  I think my food rep gave me a sample pack of that style in red/white/chocolate brown.  They are different than the normal tulip that are just a square of parchment.  These are formed/molded differently.





liz at sugar Posted 27 Jan 2014 , 4:17am
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Aren't they like the front one in this pic?




I searched Hoffmaster tulip liners in images and this came up, so maybe they just don't offer them anymore?



WLYB Posted 27 Jan 2014 , 10:42am
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Hi there,

Is there no branding on the packets you already have?

Corners Posted 28 Jan 2014 , 2:29am
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I don't think I would have made this post if the manufacturer was listed on the packaging.  ;)

WLYB Posted 28 Jan 2014 , 2:44am
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Hi Corners,

Sorry, I realized after I wrote that it sounded strange. I guess I really meant identifying markings as sometimes these wrappers are from China or another international country and someone may recognize something that others don't.

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