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Have a Cupcake Party!

  • Melissa Larson

    Baker's Special
    Introduce young children to baking by throwing a cupcake-decorating party.

    Explore cupcake options here!

  • Alexis Murphy

    It's How We Roll
    Print out an invitation, wrap around a mini—rolling pin ($5 for eight; amazon.com), and secure with a sticker. (jacolynmurphy.com)

  • Show-Stopper

    Decorate with an easy-to-make garland. Using a needle, thread colorful cupcake liners ($3 to $4; bakeitpretty.com).

  • Tracie Stier-Johnson

    Fabulous Favors
    In a mason jar, layer a cup-cake with frosting and repeat. (tsjphotography.com)

  • Meredith Moza

    Top This
    Offer an assortment of frosting colors, sprinkles and candies, and let guests pile on the sweetness. (mythreetinythings.blogspot.com)

  • Linda Vandermeer

    Just Sippin'
    Dip the rim of a glass into pink melted candy coating. Then place the rim in a bowl of sprinkles. Shake off excess. Once dry, fill with strawberry milk and marshmallows. (bubbleandsweet.blogspot.com)

  • Kim Kuhn

    Chef's Choice
    Let the kids decorate chef hats ($3 each) and aprons ($2 each; chefskin.com) with fabric markers and letter stickers (both at crafts stores) before they start cookin'.

  • Melissa Larson

    Make a Wish
    As an alternative to a cake, stick candles on top of a stack of gorgeous cookies. (cookiemondays.com)

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