Would you like to make the cutest (and easiest) All Saints’ day cupcakes ever?! When you show up to your All Saints’ Day party this year, you can
impress all the moms wow all the kids with these simple Saint cupcake toppers.
Now, the thing that makes these cupcakes really easy is that you don’t even have to bake them yourself. You can just pick them up at the grocery store on your way to the party, and stick the cupcake toppers in when you arrive. (I know that baking them yourself is cheaper, but for some reason, no one ever seems to want to eat what I bake…)
I have an aversion to cooking God blessed with with different talents, I often fall back on things from the grocery store to help me out when I’m in a bind. I just make sure to check the overbaked goods rack in the back of the store before the bakery section because you can usually find a deal back there. Also, I always buy the mini cupcakes because I don’t really feel like kids need to eat giant cupcakes, plus you get more cupcakes for the dough. (Get it? Whether you’re buying them or baking them yourself… more for the dough… hahaha!) Ok. I’m over it. Moving along.
So where did I get these adorable Saint images? They are Victor’s Happy Saints, of course! I love Victor’s cute, colorful, and fun depictions of our Heavenly Heroes for kids! I have used his images for craft projects before, and as a part of his ministry to children, he encourages us to print the images from his site. (This stuff probably goes without saying, but as someone who has had a lot of content stolen from the internet, here’s your online etiquette lesson: Don’t remove watermarks from people’s images, don’t re-publish his images on your own website, and certainly always give credit and link back when you post online.)
He has an ebook that you can download to make for easier printing with higher quality images. Otherwise, you’ll have to pull and save these images one at a time to print them. I printed them, then cut them out with cute scalloped scrapbooking scissors. I think this made all the difference!
Then just tape a toothpick to the back, and you’re ready to go!
If you’re looking for more Catholic crafts for All Saints’ Day, don’t miss the Saint treat buckets we made from the Happy Saints last year!
Don’t forget to follow my Saints and Angels board on Pinterest! Tons of great ideas over there!
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