Where To Go For Good Cupcake Liners

Business By dreamsville Updated 5 Mar 2013 , 6:30am by SystemMod1

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dreamsville Posted 4 Mar 2013 , 6:17pm
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Hi everyone! I posted this on the cupcake board but haven't gotten any help yet. Was hoping ya'll could point me in the right direction for a customer:




I need to find FOIL LINED polka dot cupcake liners. Solid colors with white polka dots. I know Wilton has ones that I would love but I also know (from experience) that Wilton's are not greaseproof and the colors won't stay. Does anyone know where I can get foil lined polka dot wrappers? Is there a website? I've checked Global Sugar Art and they don't have what I'm looking for either. 



Help??? Thanks!! :)

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Godot Posted 4 Mar 2013 , 6:30pm
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As far as not 'getting any help yet' - you might want to give it more than three hours nineteen minutes.

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dreamsville Posted 4 Mar 2013 , 6:40pm
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Understood obviously. I was just wanting to get something ordered today and thought that maybe someone on another board might have an idea. Thank you for your help though. Very generous.

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Graceann82 Posted 4 Mar 2013 , 10:20pm
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AThe Cupcake Social on Etsy sells some I believe

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Apti Posted 4 Mar 2013 , 11:14pm
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Wilton has introduced a new line of foil liners that retain all the color.  They are foil inside, and paper outside.  They are called Colorcup.  They don't have polka dots, but you find a complimentary design.  Here is a link:




Reynolds StayBrite liners are also foil lined.  Here is another example:



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kikiandkyle Posted 5 Mar 2013 , 12:17am
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My local grocery store has the new Reynolds ones in a variety of patterns.

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Annabakescakes Posted 5 Mar 2013 , 6:27am
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AGood question. I am disgusted by most liners after they bake, but ordered from a few different suppliers to test the liners and they came in off colors, and were already translucent. I would love to stick to all foil liners, but the patterns and colors are very limited. And hard to find more of, once you find one you really like!! And I despise the looks of the double-liner method. It's just dumb! (And I am doing it this weekend :cry: )

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SystemMod1 Posted 5 Mar 2013 , 6:30am
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Please don't post more then one thread on a topic at a time.  Thanks.

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