Rapunzel Party Pack {{Free Printable}}

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If you are looking for a more stylized version of Rapunzel, then this may be perfect for your celebration! I’ve included a few free printables from this set, although the full personalized set can be purchased from my Esty shop {{HERE}}

You can print out the following for free at home for personal use.

Invitations

5×7 Invitation

Invitations can be printed out on a standard size sheet of 8-1/2 x 11 sheet of paper. I would suggest using a thicker card stock material since it should be sturdier than a paper invite.

Bunting

There are two choices for the bunting the first is a purple pattern with the character on it. And the second is a blue pattern with no character. These can be printed on a standard size sheet of 8-1/2×11 sheet of paper. Use regular printing paper or a card stock if you want it sturdier. You can attach it to colored ribbon or string of your choice.

Purple Bunting
Blue Bunting

Cupcake Wrappers

The cupcake wrappers also come in two patterns although I am not offering the versions with the character on it for free at this time. The first wrapper is a purple  pattern and the second is a blue wavy pattern with yellow stars.These can be printed on a standard size sheet of 8-1/2 x 11 sheet of paper. Use regular printing paper or a card stock if you want it sturdier.

Purple Cupcake Wrapper
Blue Cupcake Wrapper 

If you are interested in purchasing a personalized version of the full set you can find information for that {{HERE}}

Thanks for reading along and all your support! Any questions, please feel free to comment below!!

 

I offer out these free printables for personal use only. These are copyrighted images and are not meant to be resold or used for anything other than personal use. If you use these image, you must credit me as the source. By printing any of the above graphic images you agree to the abide by the terms I set forth. If you are unsure of any of this, please feel free to contact me
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Tangled Inspired Rapunzel Cupcake Stand

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This is by far the most fun I have ever had making and creating a cupcake tower.

This Tangled inspired Rapunzel tower is all edible (minus the foam base) composed of Rice Krispie treats and tinted fondant!

 For those of you that would like to make this yourself, which I KNOW you totally can, the following  is an abridged version on how to make this. If you need any help or have questions, you can email me also.

To make Rapunzel’s tower I first made a batch of rice krispie treats, molded them into the shapes I would need and let them dry out a bit in order to hold there shape.

If you are unfamiliar with how to do that you can find information to make them {{HERE}}

This is what you will need….

  • Marshmallows
  • Rice Krispies
  • Fondant
  • Gel Food Color  (Green, Yellow, Black Violet, Blue, Peach, Brown)
  • Dowels
  • Pretty Ribbon to wrap base, I used a green gingham
  • 6′ Inch Foam Round(For the base)
Jut a little reminder, you do not have to recreate this exactly the way I did. Take some liberty to make it work for you with where you are at in your skill level and with what you have available to you in order to make it.

These are all separate shapes I made using everyday kitchen stuff to mold them. The bottom part of the tower was molded using a very large narrow drinking cup. The bottom portion was made using a cylindrical plastic holder I had. This is the naked tower, before all the fun began! I inserted a wooden dowel through the whole of the tower to help it stay stable,once it was placed on top of the cupcake stand.

To cover each piece, I first crumb coated it in butter cream frosting, rolled out my white fondant and carefully covered each piece. Since it is supposed to have a grainy, stone look, I didn’t smooth it out a great deal. I also made  hole through the middle of it, so that all pieces would align on the dowel.


For the bottom part of the tower I wrapped  half of it in a gray fondant (white tinted with black gel food coloring) since this is where the stones would go, and I didn’t want the white to peak through. To make the stones, I simply made two shades of gray fondant, rolled them into imperfect ball or varying sizes and squooshed each one flat. To attach I used a dab of corn syrup.

When this was finished I added on the middle part that Rapunzel’s tower rests on. With brown tinted fondant I simply cut out strips and rolled them up and attached them to the tower. I did basically the same thing for the tower portion, except they were straight strips and the rolled ones around Rapunzel’s window were just larger rolled fondant strips.


For the roof I use a sugar cone I coated in white chocolate and wrapped a piece of blue fondant  I rolled out . Then with a purple and blue tinted fondant I cut haphazard square tiles to build the roof tower.


I used mostly purple fondant, but randomly placed a blue tile every here and there to break it up a bit.

Since I have never made any type of fondant figures, I was terrified of making Rapunzel’s face. I was going to chicken out and just have her hair be shown, but took a chance and was surprised that I did so well. To make her face, all I did was roll out a ball and pinch it on top, rolled a really, really small ball for her nose and attached two pieces of black fondant for her eyes.

For her arms, I just rolled out a longer piece of fondant and shaped it to appear as though she was leaning on the ledge of her tower window. Her hair is simply, yellow fondant, rolled really thin and draped down the tower.


On the very bottom of the tower is a round piece of foam I covered in green fondant. I used it just to keep it all together. I placed a few rolled fondant rocks around the bottom of the tower and finished the whole thing off with a green gingham ribbon and purple fondant flowers.

Lastly, since this was a cupcake stand, I added in the cupcakes 🙂 Chocolate and vanilla flavored with vanilla butter cream frosting, adorned with purple fondant flowers!


This was the first of what I hope to be many inspired cupcake stands!!!

Hope you enjoyed this!!

If you have any questions, please feel free to comment below!

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