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Star Wars Cupcake Stencils: May the Frosting Be with You

by Conner Flynn

We’ve seen all kinds of great Star Wars cupcakes all over the internet, but how do you make some for yourself? One quick way is to use these neat Star Wars Cupcake Stencils, which make adding Star Wars characters to cupcakes super easy. And they will look pretty good too.

You see, Star Wars cupcakes don’t have to be hard. Just lay the stencil on top of the cupcake, then sprinkle with cocoa, cinnamon or any decorative sugars. Just like that, your Star Wars design is there for all to see. These stencils have a domed shape that hugs the surface of a cupcake so that the images come out just right. The set comes with the logo, Yoda, Stormtrooper and Darth Vader stencils.


It used to be that only Jedi cooking masters could make the perfect Star Wars cupcakes. Now anyone can. These stencils are $9.95(USD) a set over at Williams-Sonoma.

[via Geekalerts]

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