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Does anyone know where these cupcake liners can be bought?

post #1 of 20
Thread Starter 

 

These cupcake liners are like the danish Royal blue china called Mussel. Being from Denmark and baking a lot of cupcakes I would love to have these, but I cannot find them anywhere. I even wrote Royal Copenhagen who manufactures the china, but they told me they did not make these, and they had never seen these liners before.

I originally found the picture on Pinterest, and some detective work revealed an older swedish cake blog where the owner couldn't quite remember where she bought them.

So I figured one of you guys might have seen these somewhere?

post #2 of 20

I would check Michaels Crafts.  They seem to have a bunch of really unusual ones lately.  I purchased some with Roosters on them
 

post #3 of 20

I've looked at a LOT of liners online, but have never seen those.  You may wish to make your own wraps.  Although I am not "crafty" with paper items, I know that many people have templates for making your own cupcake wraps.   Perhaps another poster can provide some information regarding a "how-to tutorial"?

post #4 of 20
Thread Starter 

Thanks for your reply Tammy, I just looked through their online shop but unfornately I had no luck
 

post #5 of 20

try esty.com
 

post #6 of 20
post #7 of 20

In the past, Royal Copenhagen licensed companies to make various things. My dining room has RC Blue Fluted wallpaper and the draperies are made from matching fabric. I don't remember the cupcake liners, but it's possible that they just aren't available anymore, like the wallpaper, fabric, tablecloths, etc. I would try to make cupcake wrappers with the design taken from the dishes. I wonder what you get when you scan a plate?

 

If that doesn't work, these are pretty:

http://www.etsy.com/listing/123748810/elegant-blue-damask-cupcake-liners?ref=sr_gallery_33&ga_search_query=blue+cupcake+liners&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_ship_to=US&ga_page=2&ga_search_type=all

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post #8 of 20
Thread Starter 

Thanks for your replies. And yes it is possible they are not on the market anymore. I think the blog I read was some 2 years old.

I have spent hours searching for them, on etsy.com in particular. This is my last try before I give up on finding these cupcake liners ;)
 

post #9 of 20
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I took the advice and made som wrappers, I am still working on a set of different ones. This pattern is a modern version of the pattern on the cupcake liners. It is called Blue Mega Mussel.

Thank you very much for trying to help me, and thanks for the advices ;) I don't think I will ever find those cupcake liners, I need to move on ;)

post #10 of 20
Those are lovely. Post a picture with the final product when you can:)
post #11 of 20

I made these from my tablecloth.

 

 

It's RC reverse-blue-fluted. PM me with your e-mail address if you want it in 200 dpi resolution.

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post #12 of 20

This may be where you already found them (but the blog date is Jan 13) and I dont think this is any more help since if my reading of Google's translation is right she doesn't know where she got them but thought I'd share this anyway:

http://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=sv&u=http://maddelen.com/%3Fp%3D5178&prev=/search%3Fhl%3Den%26sa%3DN%26biw%3D1280%26bih%3D603%26tbs%3Dsbi:AMhZZitDUNQ6tm6pQ-c3Z5wlNlW6vH8Ql2fpNbsGgxsiTJuYjhAqmxrhjowCtJE2wQsF6uWfjvO8ftHYdbBrHZHTSoYG2zYu0RAEn2k_1-nV5M7yhQUA_1QCXEhtj1vu-DhcKtpxTwj35Iq4GCjkff79SDWuS_1wKDnOoMhy8V9iIQFIuRpqIeen0p0WySULdAXvP9YYttHqw_1bawD9l58TKwB3CeR9V6heEU_19KBtAbUf1p8Z_1ihehtlhm9-TlJ5wT3walxHHB4gWFuNVroLWQQ5NDICDYZ8_133-eLdQwEzYRtxa7F7D7bXTQ-MjQNz1fuj1dvDwwoaiInZKJ0xtjjvOuFqnprydO0-NHE16SLILKed6bPZJfoVIm5HgRpf51Uw41dUWaQiY-jhFn1bAaJRQAwWS7EQN1imFy6Bu_1rqLfqPes1LyV9YV4WBmT6XmULmk7i47rCzLbtSZY0lNwVmapmTyeu7an-V-1cQOOVhdL3YV1fpk_1OuVBMV_1hhz0Uk3Nnz1TnssrTDVMWE7eEwbm7L_1c4mQ4jXjXrkPG67IOIXLMTl4eh6YGxC0auTHKdaNI1ead2Mii6N9SYfVS7LMKlafjVDTM8VK381D9Kl13ChkMGK5JvOhk2py6-jJ5F-hyjN2GfnER0X22tD-TxluC2JUhhXp0jbw-4Y04oqsi-0e7JOezyV8kimzYSRnBnBVXR3uajDIUY08sfSUyOXNi6td3g9MkpYRsVvyQUMZWI66RKKDGW8W7WWYU4yDYu7KhbKJ02WJ_1TEEMBTRpkuv9BTwcuo4hv10OKIzoHnvuGMMIlc3GGE8K902cStK1XYlI7nllAgNxH1hBJJO3F6lZQvrFvBx3Rp9In7E8PEzcvH-TQrlVVn-WBYMlEZXTTTeP1NNKyNwFmhVl8_173H9jlxAn4R1wrcFEkSiEAV_16aR4k7QqhbFWgXPDhwpU25mtKFxkDgBLwA8ounH5VLG5G6NXiSmBUE7i6XXIykwp-mNYJE142fFH2NF4b6Am4qhNfXTTlMtsrKiudeAqxls8LbdQhOd73uZfZInFOyrn0e0czEK_1KqFlhKc2JFKDULXISsDY4UNlT9iR2GIhHn8sEOROqbT2ZuoKwun4c2eEwcov40dLfGq8YGQMnrvpBnE2WFXi2Z6OXpa6vggiOpUhgoV0kf1pKFsKjGAMg4FG6zQU0aiIiGPTjSc&sa=X&ei=KxxHUfOHMcj6PNeFgeAL&ved=0CEMQ7gEwAg

post #13 of 20
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Originally Posted by SimplyCupNcakes View Post

I took the advice and made som wrappers, I am still working on a set of different ones. This pattern is a modern version of the pattern on the cupcake liners. It is called Blue Mega Mussel.

Thank you very much for trying to help me, and thanks for the advices ;) I don't think I will ever find those cupcake liners, I need to move on ;)


Your Blue Mega Mussel wraps are beautiful!  A wrapper will be much, much prettier than that paper cupcake liner which would "muddy" up and lose the crisp white and blue color definition anyway once the batter is cooked. 

 

Shanter~~ I LOVE your liners.  Beautiful.

post #14 of 20
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Your Blue Mega Mussel wraps are beautiful!  A wrapper will be much, much prettier than that paper cupcake liner which would "muddy" up and lose the crisp white and blue color definition anyway once the batter is cooked. 

 

Shanter~~ I LOVE your liners.  Beautiful.

 

Now I'm wondering if I have an old piece of wallpaper I could scan. Or perhaps the draperies. I haven't tried scanning a plate because they're not flat.

 

I'm curious, SimplyCupNcakes, where you got the image you used to make the wrapper (white background). Would you share?

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