I fell in love with paper crafts the moment I put together the first house for my Christmas Advent calendar. All the cutting and pasting is a bit of work, but the finished products are adorable.
Just this past week, I made seventeen of these little cupcakes. I’m going to fill them with mini-marshmallows and Teddy Graham crackers and give them to the kids in my preschool story-time class at the library. I think they’ll love them as much as I do, and after their snack is through, they can bring the little paper cupcakes home with them.
This cupcake is from Samantha Eynon and you can print your own on her site. While you’re there, be sure to check out her other cute printables!
Source: Mr. Printables
Now, if these don’t want to make you grab a pair of scissors and a glue stick, nothing will! These are all available to download for FREE from Mr. Printables. I adore this blog and really want to make every single thing on it. It’s where I got my Advent village.
Mr. Printables even has a cute little shop where you can buy things ready made.
Source: Claudine Hellmuth’s Etsy Shop
You guys, those tapes kill me!
The above images are all products from Claudine Hellmuth’s Etsy shop. I happened upon her Etsy shop and really want to download everything. How cute would it be to give a cupcake in one of those cute little boxes?
And, the paper village may earn a spot on my bookshelves for spring. I’m in total love.
If you have tweens, they are going to love Cubeecrafts. There are around 200 iconic pop-culture figurines just waiting to be downloaded and printed.
I can’t wait to make another paper craft!
How about you? Have you tried these yet??