Tinker Bell Cupcakes With Free Printables

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I might live in a house full of boys, but we still love Tinker Bell. It began with Peter Pan, and we have watched every Tinker Bell movie since. We even stood in line at Walt Disney World to get fan photos with our favorite fairies. My son was very excited when he watched the trailer for Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast; Who doesn’t love a good beast? He and I saw a few Tinker Bell items at our local Walmart, and he “had to have” the Tinker Bell bubble wand. We decided to bake some Tinker Bell cupcakes to celebrate the release of Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast.

Tinker Bell Cupcakes

My son loves a good cupcake; the only thing that would make a cupcake better for him is that he gets to decorate it himself. I had done shapes with melted chocolate previously and I decided it would be fun to attempt fairy wings. These cupcakes are rolled in golden sugar “pixie dust” and topped with white chocolate fairy wings and Tinker Bell green candies. You could make these for a fairy party or a family movie night at home. They took me roughly an hour from start to finish to make.

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Tinker Bell Cupcakes
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Tinker Bell inspired Cupcakes
  • 1 cake mix prepared as directed
  • 8 oz buttercream frosting
  • gold sugar sprinkles
  • 8 oz white chocolate
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • roughly 40 round green candies (baker's choice)
  1. Prepare cupcakes as directed by the mix.
  2. While cupcakes are baking prepare white chocolate fairy wings
  3. Lay down a sheet of wax paper to pipe chocolate onto
  4. Mix vegetable oil with chocolate in a microwave safe bowl
  5. Melt chocolate in the microwave on the lowest setting for 10-15 second increments until melted
  6. Tip: Melt chocolate in a spouted microwave safe measuring cup or bowl for easy pouring
  7. Pour chocolate into piping bag or squeeze bottle with a small tip
  8. Pipe chocolate onto wax paper in wing shapes
  9. Chocolate will harden shortly but it can be refrigerated to speed the process.
  10. When cupcakes are completely cool liberally frost with buttercream
  11. Place sprinkles in a small bowl
  12. Roll the top of the cupcake in the sprinkles until completely coated
  13. Carefully remove wings from the wax paper and press them into frosting
  14. Add green candies down the center
  15. Refrigerate until ready to serve

Tinker Bell Cupcakes


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Although Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast won’t be available until March 3, Walmart already has a selection of Tinker Bell merchandise. My son loves playing with bubbles, so he wanted the Tinker Bell bubble wand.


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Tinker Bell Printables


You can download these three Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast printables here, here, and here.

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Are you a Tinker Bell fan? Do you plan to purchase Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast? You can purchase it at your local Walmart beginning tomorrow!





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  • Reply Summer Davis 03/03/2015 at 7:32 pm

    These cupcakes are precious! I love your white chocolate fairy wings. The bubble wand is awesome! Tinker Bell and Gruff are awesome and I can’t wait to see this movie. #client

  • Reply Sarah H 05/03/2015 at 6:43 pm

    So sweet!! Hayley would love these!!

    • Reply Jess 06/03/2015 at 12:15 pm

      Snow days Sarah! You should make them with Hayley! Gabe loves to help me in the kitchen.

  • Reply Wendy Byde 09/03/2015 at 8:59 pm

    Oh these are adorable! Love the little fairy wings on the cupcakes!

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