As part of the PSA Stamp Camp Design Team I received product in exchange for this post.
The opinions expressed are my own.
This one is going to be short, because that's exactly how I made them. My oldest is turning 18 tomorrow and though we're celebrating the following day I've also got a lot on the schedule. I'm not sure I'll have time to pull out the fancy piping tips, but I still want to make something special.
I gathered up my PSA Stamper, a few of the Peel & Stick die sets, toothpicks, scotch tape, and a handful of pre-punched paper circles I'd made for another project. It took me less than 18 minutes (about the time it takes for a cake to bake) to make a little over a dozen cupcake flags.
PSA has tons of stamp designs to choose from and since each Peel & Stick die set includes nine stamps you're able to mix and match to create a number of different combinations. Above you can see my quick set-up. Using the Centering Block makes it a million times easier to center your stamp, especially if you're working with paper that has already been punched into circles or other shapes.
That's it, easy peasy!
Be sure to follow me on Instagram and I'll be sharing the final product...meaning the actual cupcakes!