Cup Cake Cases

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  1. LoubieLou

    LoubieLou

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    Anyone know where I can get big(ish) cup cake cases from.
    Our wedding cake will hopefully be something like image below but I just don't know where to get the big ones from
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    Amazon. I regularly buy from independant sellers on there as I bake loads. They also sell the stands far cheaper than most other places too. Have you got fine edible glitter? I have some if you want any in almost every concievable colour as I adore the stuff. It's superfine and therefore you need a tiny amount but it makes them sparkle without being overbearing.
     
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    alo try looking up 'muffin cases'.
     
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    oooh Yes please!!!!! Purple is our theme colour =) x
     
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    I was going to suggest ebay as I see some on there as I am doing my own cupcakes. Popple is right look up muffin cases you will get the big size you are looking for xxx
     
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    Already have your addy so will pop in the post tomorrow - experiment with it by opening the tub and using what residue is in the lid to sprinkle. I cannot say enough how little you need, it's beautiful though so have fun :(
     
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    popple where did you get the glitter from?
     
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    Try EdAble Art glitter that stuff is amazing :)
     
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    At christmas there was a little stall at our weekly farmers market called 'teh cupcake man' and it was every geeks dream. He sold the glitter in so many colours and cupcake cases and sprinkles and anything cupcake related. I have the glitter in lot of colours, they are onyl tiny tubs but believe me, a pinch of glitter will do approx 50 cakes! It's so fine unlike most of the stuff you buy which is more obvious.

    I think I have pink - bright and pastel, irridescent white (beautiful as it creates a sheen but with no obvious glitter), silver, gold, red metallic and green metallic, lilac, pastel blue (much nicer than it sounds), bronze and copper, pastel green which is so pale you barely notice it but lovely when you do. I think my fave has to be the irridescent one as it takes on the colours of anything on the cake and anything round it so matches everything perfectly.

    I'll try and find out where else to buy it :)
     
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    www.edible-glitter.co.uk

    I think they also do cup cake cases :)
     
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    I have seen edible glitter in hobby craft too xxx
     
    Mrsg2b2011, Jul 27, 2010
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