The Teacher’s Day is about to come and, as every year, we decided on a DIY group gift, so that each child has a cupcake 🧁🧁🧁. Read the post and see how to make paper cupcakes for a teacher as a group DIY gift.
Polska wersja: Babeczki dla nauczyciela od całej klasy
You will need
- Super decorated cupcakes from every child in the class / group. You can download templates below.
- Large piece of cardboard
- Scissors or punching knife – with thick cardboard it’s hard to cut with scissors, so then a knife will come in handy.
- White or gold acrylic or poster paint
- Black marker or acrylic paint marker
Prepare paper cupcakes
The first step is to collect decorated cupcakes from all kids. This year it went smoothly. I provided the parents with the prepared templates and after a week I got cupcakes from the whole class.
There are 2 templates to choose from:
Preparation of a paper cake plate
To make a cake plate, the easiest way is to arrange the cupcakes and then sketch the shape, remembering about the base at the bottom and the handle at the top. It looks better when the distances between the plates are even. Additionally I suggest leaving a base for each cupcake as those cut from a regular sheet will bend.
Paint the platter before cutting it out. I originally planned a white one, but I got a golden paint and it stood on gold 🙂
After the paint is dry, you can start cutting. Reinforce the critical places with additional pieces of cardboard.
Finally, I added a black border to make the bottom of the plates look wavy.
Paper cupcakes for the teacher – combining all elements
When the paper cake plate is ready, the last step is to stick the cupcakes from the children.
The gift is ready
Check out our ideas
If you are looking for more gift ideas for a teacher, go to the Teacher’s section.
If you are looking for more ideas for playing with children, then you will find them in the DIY with children section.
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Nothing gives more satisfaction than doing something yourself. I haven’t even thought about DIY as my hobby, I’ve just done different “projects” when it was needed. Sometimes it’s a disguise for the Masquerade Party in kindergarten. Another time, cutting out the pumpkin and baking the witch’s fingers for Haloween. Or simply organizing holiday souvenirs. Now I decided to share my realizations with you. Let’s go it together!