Printable birthday Cake Chandelier

DIY Printable birthday cake

You can never have too much cake, right?! We made this cake chandelier a few years ago and thought it might be handy to have a printable version too.  It’s like a classed up piñata! You could actually use it as a piñata if you wanted, but we think it might be too pretty to put a bat to. It’s a whimsical addition that would look lovely at any birthday celebration, or even in a child’s bedroom. It’s been topped off with cut out cupcake liners. So easy! And they go super well with our printable birthday crowns.

Birthday Cake Chandelier

Birthday Cake Chandelier

Birthday Cake Chandelier

Materials:

  • Templates HERE
  • cupcake liners
  • craft knife
  • cardboard
  • scissors
  • glue gun

Instructions:

  1. Download the templates and print them off.
  2. I made a base out of cardboard similar to this
  3. Cut around the design per the instructions on the template and glue onto the base of the cardboard.
  4. Score the birthday candles about 1/4″ from the bottom and glue to the bottom around the cake
  5. We adorned ours with cut up baking cup liners to resemble small blossoms.

Birthday Cake Chandelier

Birthday Cake Chandelier

Designs by Ashley Isenhour | Photography by Anna Killian

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