Affordable Cupcake Wrappers???

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BakersLife Posted 12 Aug 2015 , 10:17pm
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Looking for affordable cupcake wrappers. Been searching on amazon and found a few good ones but everywhere seems ridiculously pricey. I need 180 of them. I would like to be able to give my customer more than 2 options I've found, any ideas?

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CynfullSweets Posted 12 Aug 2015 , 11:10pm
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I had this dilemma a couple of weeks ago. I found a good deal on Amazon too but I didn't get them within 2 days as promised. I would stick to ordering in bulk from a vendor in the states especially if you need them soon. Also check as they sell bulk wrappers. Lastly, if you are a business owner then you can become a "buyer" from CK Products. Minimum purchase is $125. Other options are etsy,  ebay,, and cake art party store.

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Jeff_Arnett Posted 13 Aug 2015 , 12:22am
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I order from

They sell mini, regular and jumbo sizes  in regular, extra height and tall sizes.  I like the 1 3/8 inch tall...makes your cupcakeslook much bigger.

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jaicolebe Posted 13 Aug 2015 , 6:25am
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I think you should try Cheaper Cupcake Wrappers, The Cupcake Wrapper Co for better result. You can contact them through

Hotfrog Cupcake Wrappers hope you find the right thing for your cupcakes

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argylealice Posted 13 Aug 2015 , 6:38am
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Hi Bakerslife

you can make cupcake wrappers from paper doilies very cheaply

if you google how to make cup cake wrappers from paper doilies it will give you the instructions 

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TheresaCarol Posted 15 Aug 2015 , 1:29am
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Are you in the US or abroad?  Shipping can always be a killer.  Are you looking for patterns or solid colors?  I am not sure what your price point is but bulk seems to always be the better option.  The place I get my liners from has 500 quantities available and a huge selection.  I love the liners with a prefix of SC-; they are a good quality paper and I have had great success.

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BakersLife Posted 26 Aug 2015 , 3:58pm
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Wow! Thank you all for the great ideas! I was able to find affordable cupcake wrappers :] thank you all for the great advice!

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