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100 Cupcake Boxes - Prototype

My girlfriend asked me to make her 100 cupcake boxes for her daughter's first birthday. I found to be more of a challenge than I expected, one was the short amount of time I had to make them and finding enough paper and ribbon in stock to get them made in time.

This is my prototype - I plan on adding some rhinestones to bling this out!

I am also making the cake for the party. Will post more pictures later! :)


  1. Oh My Goodness! 100! That is A LOT! You don't think it is until you get to like 45 and then you realize you aren't even halfway there. LOL! I love it! The prototype is perfect!

  2. How did you make these boxes? They are awesome. Can you share with me?


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