Spring Fever or Spring Favor?

I think most of us are so ready for Spring.  It’s been an incredibly confusing winter for us — warm days then cold days then even warmer days. {sigh}  I love my winter, but this year it was rather pathetic, so bring on Spring.  I was recently inspired by a Martha Stewart tutorial someone pinned, so I headed off to the store to buy a few supplies; however, most of them I had on hand.  I think these would make great spring favors for a Spring gathering or a “Happy Spring” gift for a co-worker.  Wouldn’t you agree?

Spring Flower Candy Favors with LiveLaughRowe.com #spring #favor #craftsSupplies:  Springy Scrapbook Paper, Double Sided tape, mini cupcake liners, scissors and some candy. Jelly Beans are probably ideal, but these are egg shaped Sweet tart type candy.  A pleasant surprise upon taste-testing {giggle}.  You’ll want to free-hand the flower or use this template.  Once you have your template, trace and cut.  Apply a small piece of double sided tape to the bottom of the cupcake liners.

Supplies for Cupcake Liner Spring FavorsPlace the cupcake liner in the center of your paper flower.

Making the Cupcake Liner Spring FavorsThen its time to add your candy, which I’m sure you’ll agree is thee yummiest part of this project, right?  Now, we’re ready to decorate a table, give to your kiddos, share with a friend or set a few on your coffee table.

Cupcake Liner Spring Flower Candy Favors with LiveLaughRowe.com #spring #favor #craftsSpring Flower Candy Favors using cupcake liners with LiveLaughRowe.com #spring #favor #craftsWhat will you do with your Spring Flower Candy Cups?
Be sure to check to check out my other fun Easter and Spring Crafts.

 
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Comments

  1. Nat and Holly says

    What the cute?? I'm so happy I saw these before I head off to bed tonight… they just make me smile! I want to have a party now just so I can make these :) So glad I'm following you! {And how do you take such amazing photos? What do you use for your background?} Have a great night! -Holly

  2. jess says

    Such a cute idea! I also second that you take wonderful photos — it makes your instructions so pretty! :)

  3. Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust says

    Those are so cute! I love this idea. It would be great for my daisy scout troop. In fact, I think you just solved my problem today. I have to make cupcakes for the 100th birthday of GS…and I'm totally going to use your idea!

  4. The Remodeled Life says

    These are so cute! They would be so perfect for one of our girls ministry events!! I just might have to do this!

  5. Kristi says

    I love these!! I have them pinned and can't wait to try them. What a simple, but darling idea. Thanks for linking up at Carolyn's Homework!!

  6. Katie @ Pincushion Creations says

    I love this!!! So cute and so simple!! Best of both worlds! Thanks for linking up!

  7. Jill ~ Jillify It says

    Oh my goodness!! What an adorable way to serve treats! I would love for you to link up at my party going on now at Jillify It!

    Enter to win a Hobby Lobby gift card while you're there!
    I'm a new follower!

    Jill
    http://www.jillifyit.com

  8. DebbieDoesCreations says

    Thanks so much for linking up to Toot Your Horn Tuesday. These are so adorable and girl, your pictures are amazing as well :)

  9. Bonnie and Trish @ Uncommon says

    Holy cuteness! This is adorable and a perfect idea for the kids table at Easter. Thanks girl!

    Take care,

    Trish

  10. Cari and Cortnee @ Two Sasters says

    LOVE this idea!! I think perfect for my daughter's preschool snack:) Thanks so much for sharing at Two Sasters!!

  11. Trish - Mom On Timeout says

    Now this is cute! Perfect for Easter and Spring! Thanks so much for sharing at Mom On Timeout!

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