Free Printable Valentine Cupcake Toppers

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Valentine's Day cupcakessThese Valentine’s Day heart cupcake toppers are not only free and printable, they’re also really versatile. The design comes in two looks: polka dots and a modern swirl; and in two valentine colors: red and magenta. They can be created to be used as two-dimensional hearts on toothpicks or on cocktail picks (they’re slightly larger than toothpicks and, at my grocery store anyway, can usually be found in varying lengths). They can also be made as 3D toppers by just folding the hearts in half with the printed side inwards and gluing them back-to-back. That part brings even more versatility, because you can mix and match the polka dots with the swirls. And to make even more variations, you can use a variety of ribbons tied around the toothpicks beneath the hearts to dress them up!

To give you an idea of the size of these party and cupcake picks toppers, I used mini cupcakes and decorated large marshmallows to display them in the photographs. I got the mini cupcakes from Whole Foods and I created the decorated marshmallows by using cookie icing (it dries harder and more solid than cake icing) and some cute valentine nonpariels I bought from Target. I also bought a spool of Valentine’s Day ribbon from Target. It contains just enough of each ribbon design to decorate two picks.

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Free Valentine's Day heart cupcake picks toppers




Here are some tips for making these valentine heart toppers:

  • Print the template, which can be downloaded below, using the heaviest card stock your printer will allow. I usually use matte card stock to make toppers but this time I used glossy. I liked the effect it gave, since these topper designs are modern.
  • For best results, use sharp, curved manicure scissors to cut out the hearts.
  • To make the 3D toppers, use a repositionable glue stick to stick the hearts together. Just fold the first of six hearts carefully (printed side in) and once it’s perfectly in half, score it with your fingernail to make a crease down the middle. Then, glue the first two pieces together and do the same with the two other sets. Let these dry, because repositionable glue takes a while to set. When these are dry, you can glue them together, leaving one panel open so you can insert the toothpick. Once you do, run a line of regular glue down the center, so the toothpick won’t slip out later. When that’s completed you can glue the last piece in place.

Download the valentine cupcake picks toppers template  here:

Valentine cupcake picks toppers template

To download the template to your computer, click the image above. If it doesn’t download automatically when you click on it, double-click the image to produce a larger version. Then, if you you use a PC, right-click to save. If use a Mac, control-click the image to save it.

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Credits: Many thanks to VectorLady.com for the swirly pattern and to DeliciousScraps.com for the polka dot overlay.

You might also like these other free Valentine’s Day printables:

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Freebie Vintage Fantasy Party Announcement

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Free printable vintage Victorian invite template

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I’m a bit of a fanatic about Victorian and vintage images, especially when they involve flowers, so I just love this blank 5″ x 7″ printable vintage template. It has plenty of colorful Victorian flower images, plus a blue butterfly and a very graceful magical fairy. There are also very subtle ivory tone-on-tone stripes in the background, which provide a neutral pattern that unifies all that rich color.

This design can be used for birthdays, anniversaries, bridal showers and engagement parties, bon voyage and retirement parties and so on, but because it’s blank, it could also be used for a vintage-look wedding or commitment ceremony. (I also designed another Victorian-inspired vintage wedding announcement, which is posted on this blog.) You could also fold it in half and print on the inside to use it as a folding thank you or response card, or you could reduce it for use as table place cards.

If this artwork isn’t quite what you’re looking for, I have other blank wedding templates. That page also has commitment ceremony and wedding wording examples, if you need help in that area, and instructions for making wedding invitations. You can visit that page by clicking the link in the first sentence or the button below:

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Credits: Thanks to Shelly of KairinaKatKreations.Blogspot.com for some of the Victorian images and to Cajoline of Cajoline-Scrap.Blogspot.com for the butterfly. Some of the vintage images also came from my VintageHolidayCrafts.com site.

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Vintage Wedding Invitations

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free vintage wedding invitation with Victorian flowersClick on the free printable vintage wedding invite template to the right to enlarge and download it.

If you appreciate vintage flowers and all things antique, you should like this 5″ x 7″ vintage wedding invitation template. The design features dusty pink stripes and a subtle Victorian paisley pattern in the background, plus a border of vintage flowers and a faux circular seal with a bouquet of vintage roses, morning glories and other flowers. It doesn’t have to be used just for a wedding or commitment ceremony, because it’s blank and you can make the text read however you want. But if you do use it to tie the knot, you can easily use the top portion to create save-the-date, response and thank you cards. You can even use it to make menu cards for your reception.

If this artwork isn’t quite right for you, I also have more blank pink and other pastel-colored wedding announcement templates. That page also has wedding and commitment ceremony wording samples. You can access that page by clicking the link in the first sentence or the button below:

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If the image doesn’t download to your computer automatically when you click on it, you can save it to your hard drive by right-clicking (PC) or control-clicking (Mac).

This free template is for your personal use only. Please read our terms of use for more details.

Credits: Thanks to Cajoline of Cajoline-Scrap.Blogspot.com for the striped design. The vintage flower border and bouquet come from my VintageHolidayCrafts.com site.

You might also be interested in this free beach wedding invite template I previously posted or this free wedding, bridal shower and engagement clip art:

Free engagement, bridal shower and wedding clip art
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