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Cutie Stuffed Felt Cupcakes

Updated: Sep 28, 2020

I love to make things out of felt, why not some fun little cupcakes?!?! These are so easy to make and they are calorie free, unlike the normal eatable ones.

This post also contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.  Various companies provided me with some product to create this project.  The opinions I share are solely my own.

Learn how to make these fun little cupcakes in the video below.

I used Kunin felt for the base of all the cupcakes and Fairfield World Poly-Fil® Premium Fiber Fill, Poly-Fil® Poly Pellets® to fill the cutie cupcakes. This is all apart of the Fairfield world 80th birthday celebration, so I HAD to make something fun for a birthday, and my kids always love cupcakes!!

Check out the fun box I got in for this birthday event from Fairfield world!!

I started with cutting out 3 different sized circles for the frosting of the cupcakes and cutting them with a scallop edge to make it look like wavy frosting. I did my frosting in 2 different colors, alternating them, but you can make them any way you wish!

I also cut out a rolled felt flower for the little topper, I think it is the perfect little top for these sweet cupcakes.

Next cut out the cupcake base. You need the "rainbow section" and also 2 circles, small and medium in sized.

Glue the rainbow edges together and add the smaller circle to the bottom to make a cap and seal it in place with glue.

Add in Fairfield World Poly-Fil® Premium Fiber Fill, Poly-Fil® Poly Pellets® to fill the cutie cupcakes, first adding in the pellets then the fiber to fill it up.

I just love the look of these fun cupcakes. Play with the colors and have fun, this also make a great kids craft!!

What colors will you make your cupcakes?

Supplies Used

Interested in the supplies I used in this project?  Most are listed below and some are affiliate links, which generates a me little commission (at not extra cost to you at all) when you click on the link and make a purchase.

1 Comment

Janet Trieschman
Janet Trieschman
Sep 11, 2020

Oh my gosh, Erin, these are so cute. I am going to have to make one for a pincushion!

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