Cupcake Oven

Bring Joy with Stamping

Created by Brenda 


Oh my gosh! I just love this adorable little cupcake box. They can be made with the insert for cupcakes or without for cookies or  Small gift.


Paper sizes:

1 piece of 12” x 12” card stock cut as below in instructions.

A piece of designer series paper cut 3 1/4” x 10 3/4”

Matching or whisper white card stock 2 cut 5 3/8” x 47/8”

Scraps of basic black card stock


Materials needed:

3/4” buttons

1/2” buttons

Gold sequins

Small magnets

Product List

Stampin' Trimmer

Paper Snips Scissors

Simply Scored

Tear & Tape Adhesive

Pearl Basic Jewels

1" Circle Punch

1/2" Circle Punch

2-1/2" Circle Punch

2-1/2″ Circle Punch
Crumb Cake 12" X 12" Card Stock

Festive Farmhouse 12" X 12" (30.5 X 30.5 Cm) Designer Series Paper

Whisper White 8-1/2" X 11" Card Stock

Basic Black 8-1/2" X 11" Card Stock

Bone Folder

Big Shot

Layering Circle Framelits Dies

Layering Squares Framelits Dies

Window Sheets Base Material



  1. With piece of 12”x 12” card stock cut the following pieces

    A. – 4” x 12” scored with the long side

        at the top at 1/2, 4”, 8”, and 11

        1/2”, turn and score 1/2”. 

     B. 1 piece 4” x 7” and score with the

        long side at the top at 3 1/2”.

     C. 1 piece of card stock 4” x 8” and

        score it at 3 1/2”.

     D. Cut another piece of card stock 4” 

        x 1 1/2”, and score with the short

        side at the top at 1/2”.

       E. Cut a piece of designer series

          paper 3 1/4”x 10 3/4”.

2. With the piece we cut 12” x 4” on the

   long side where you scored the 1/2”, 

   angle off the two ends and notch out

   the two middle scores. Add tear and

   tape to the 5 flaps on the outside. Now

   is the time to add the designer series

   paper to the top, securing the folding

   the paper and then securing the two

   sides with glue. You don’t have to do

   this step if you used a thick designer

   series  paper to start with.

3. With the 4”x 8” and the 4” x 7” piece

   adhere together one 3 1/2 piece to the

   other 3 1/2”piece forming a funny

   shaped U. Round out the four corners, 

   the shorter side will be the front. Next

   take your framelits either a square or

   circle and cut a window in the front

   door of the oven with your big shot.

4. Take off the sticky strip on the two end

    tabs. The other three tabs should be

    facing the back of the oven. And

    adhere the two ends to one side of

    the oven and then to the other

    securing with your bone folder. Now

    take the paper off the other 3 tabs

    then adhere them  to the back of the

    oven being  sure to square up your box.

5. Adhere a piece of window sheet to the

   front of the oven door. With a piece of

   whisper white card stock cut 3” x 3 1/2”. 

   Cut out the center with the same

   framelits used for the door. Adhere it

   on the inside door over the window. 

   With the small piece of card stock you

   cut, fold over and add tear and tape to

   the 1/2” side. Open the oven door and

   adhere it to the inside top of the oven. 

   Now so this part does

   not show through, punch or cut out the

   area that shows through. Add a

   set of tiny magnets to the door, and

   cover with a 1”white circle. Add two

   more magnets to the white circles, being

   sure they click together and adhere

   them to the upper flap and close the


6. Punch out 2 black 1/2” circles and a

   thin strip of basic black card stock. 

   Adhere one circle to the end of the

   skinny strip of black and then onto the

    oven door. Measure as long of a

    handle you want and then repeat for

    the other side.

7. Cut out 4 – 1” black circles and adhere

   to the top of oven, then adhere buttons

   over each one. Next add 4 pearls to the

   back panel for knobs and a white

   button with a gold sequins on the top

   of it to represent a clock.

8. Lastly for the insert, cut 2 pieces of

   whisper white or matching color card

   stock  to 5 3/8” x 4 7/8”. Score each

   side of both of them 3/4” all the way

   around. With one of them fold over one

   side and punch a 2 1/2”circle in the

   middle. Cut up the 3/4” on two sides

   and assemble each box with tear and

   tape. Put the box with the circle inside

   the one with out and add it inside the



Now that you have completed this project, be sure to visit my blog and find other great tutorials.


Brenda Wilkinson

Your independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrator

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