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That's a good idea, heathers_rose, but the liners she had brought me were all splayed out wide, so not sure that would have looked good either.
Reynolds makes cupcake liners now and they are wonderful. I find them in the paper plate section of the grocery store at Wal-Mart. You get 36 liners for $2.30. They are the StayBrite baking cups. http://www.reynoldskitchens.com/product.asp?prod_id=1794 I use these all the time. They come in lots of fun designs and they never lose their color and the designs don't fade away.
There are so many different qualities of cupcake liners out there. The key is to get "grease-proof" liners. They generally do cost a little bit more but not by much since we're talking about paper here. It's definitely worth it. The packaging will generally say grease-proof. This is especially important for patterned liners. Separation of the liners from the cupcake is generally caused by too much moisture soaking into the liner. I did a little informational post on my blog about cupcake liners here http://www.sharedessertcompany.com/2012/01/cupcake-liners.html .Check it out and see if it helps! Good Luck! ~Sara