Printable Halloween Cupcake Topper Decorations

Click on the bat image below to download the free printable Halloween cupcakes topper template




These free printable Halloween cupcake topper decorations are a great way to make easy Halloween cupcakes. You don't have to get fancy with the icing; just download, print, cut and glue or tape to a toothpick (if you want to be more buttoned-down about it, sandwich the toothpick in between two toppers that are back-to-back), and you'll have fun decorations that match the other "demented bats" Halloween printables linked at the bottom of this post.

This artwork also makes great general-use 2-inch Halloween party circles that can be used as coasters, table scatters, hanging strands or nice embellishments for napkin rings.

Click the bat image to download the Halloween cupcake toppers:




The artwork is in .jpg format, so it doesn't require any special software to view or print. You should be able to print it as-is from your hard drive or even after clicking on it from the link on this page.


Using the same ribbon in various places will unify your Halloween decor
To get an idea of the scale of these 2" cupcake toppers, the light chocolate cupcakes above are actually mini cupcakes from Whole Foods. I added the bright pink and orange nonpareils, which I found at my local grocery store. The toppers look perfect on that size cupcake but will also work great on larger ones.

I've included a pale gray line around the perimeter of the design, in case you want to cut these out by hand with manicure scissors. I used a Marvy Uchida 2-inch circle cutter, which I highly recommend. It made the process of producing a lot of these pretty easy.

Please note: These Halloween cupcake toppers decorations are for personal use only.

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Credits: Thanks to W.B. Gilmore of LK Designs for the demented bat graphics used in the topper designs. She also designed the luau graphics for our luau party printables.

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8 comments:

  1. I cant get the treat bags printable?

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  2. Sorry, I can't tell whether you're asking or telling. If you're asking, yes you can. Just click on the link above that reads "Printable Halloween Treat Bags" and when you get to that page, scroll down until you see the bat-shaped download buttons.

    If you were telling me that you're having a problem downloading, please leave another comment and let me know exactly what the problem is so I can help you.

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  3. thanks for sharing! These are perfect for a teacher treat bag!

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  4. You're welcome, Cidne! Thanks for the kind words. :-)

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  5. thanks for sharing, it was really nice to found your site then. i was able to used your banner, cupcake topper as decoration and your trick and treat goody bag label last Halloween. i also linked your blog site on my post. again, thank you! :)

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    1. Thanks so much, Cheerful! I love to see photos showing how people use the printables. :-)

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  6. Thank you thank you for all of your hard work!!

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    1. Thanks for the kind words! They're much appreciated. :-)

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