Box Dividers Instead Of Insterts?

Business By karenamr95 Updated 30 Aug 2015 , 3:21pm by imagenthatnj

karenamr95 Posted 30 Aug 2015 , 4:20am
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Looking for cheap packaging and came across the idea of putting dividers in cupcake boxes anyone ever tried this before??

Do you think it would be good?

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julia1812 Posted 30 Aug 2015 , 6:00am
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They look very pretty but honestly I don't think they will work. If the cupcakes are moving/ sliding in the box they still get squashed - not against each other but against the dividers. Yes, you could put an anti slip mat underneath but then you don't need dividers anyway...

Shockolata Posted 30 Aug 2015 , 9:25am
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They would work as long as your cupcakes are not frosted to the edge. @julia1812  just had a thought! Wouldn't double-sided tape hold the cupcakes safely in place for transport? I like the dividers that Karen has discovered because it looks easier to remove the cupcakes.

imagenthatnj Posted 30 Aug 2015 , 3:21pm
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I always saw those being used with fondant covered cupcakes or for stacked cookies for Christmas presents. I like them a lot but I'd be a little afraid to use them for regular frosted cupcakes with a swirl.

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