If you have been following my blog you may know that my son became Bar Mitzvah last week, and so of course part of the celebration included lots of baking (for my daughter) and lots of graphics and centerpieces for me. The theme for the Bar Mitzvah graphics was a hebrew letter logo that I designed using my son's initials and the theme of the holiday of Shavuot which occurs just five days after my son's birthday. For these cupcake toppers I simply removed the central symbol and replaced it with the number 13, since that is the age we are celebrating!
If you would like a custome hebrew letter logo, just shoot me an email and hopefully we can work together! As far as making some of these really simply cupcake toppers for any occasionion, keep on reading......
- hebrew letter logo, or any logo or initials of your choice
- sticker paper
- a color printer
- circle punch size of desired cupcake topper
Make round stickers using your custom graphics by simply creating a sheet of a whole bunch of circles and then printing it on sticker paper. Yes of course already cut round stickers would be great, if you can get a hold of those and if you think the paper will feed exactly into your printer, but in this case I made do with what we have available locally.
Yes, you do have to cut out all the little circles, and yes, cutting out circles exactly is difficult, so if you have a circle punch that size of your stickers that would be perfect. Can't believe I just thought of that!
You'll need 2 circles per cupcake topper, and you simply make a little sandwich with the two sitckers and a toothpick. Voila, adorable!