Conversation Cupcakes

Instead of candy hearts this Valentine's Day, create conversation cupcakes with our adorable labels.
Chocolate Conversation Cupcakes with White Icing

Chocolate Conversation Cupcakes with White Icing

Create these charming conversation cupcakes by baking basic chocolate cupcakes, top with white icing and insert lollipop sticks with phrases common to conversation hearts for a new Valentine's Day must-have.

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Materials Needed:

  • card stock
  • 4" lollipop sticks
  • 1" round white labels
Materials for Making Conversation Cupcake Labels

Materials for Making Conversation Cupcake Labels

Make Cupcake Toppers

Download our printable cupcake topper template and print out on card stock. If using a paper punch, cut the labels into rows to allow for the paper to fit into the punch. You can also cut the labels into rectangles, if you don't have a punch handy. Use a round label to attach a lollipop stick to the backside of each label.

Labels for Conversation Cupcakes

Labels for Conversation Cupcakes

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