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I pinned this great idea on Southern Belle to make Batman cupcake liners for the cupcakes. It makes a big impact with not much time involved on the day of the party. You simply frost your cupcakes with colored icing and slide them into the pre-made cupcake liners.

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Anything I can do ahead of time I am always on board with. Typically I will create a more elaborate cake, such as the Transformers cake, or the Thomas the Train cake. This time, I was doing so many other projects for this party, I just did not have time to deal with a fancy cake. These cupcake liners were really a cinch to put together.

Cut the black liners out. I found a great cupcake liner template at Skip to My Lou. Instead of printing only two liners per page, I cut out one to use as a template on heavy cardstock. I was able to get 6 – 7 liners out of one 12 x 12 sheet of card stock. I used some double sided tape to stick the liners together. 

I then created a page of printable bat symbols that I printed out on sticker paper. I used my 1″ circle punch to cut them out. The images are more oval than round, so I had to trim them a little with scissors to remove any remaining white that was showing.

Free printable Batman Symbols to make cupcake liners

Download: Printable Batman Symbols

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Then, I just attached the sticker to the cupcake liners. Here are the finished liners.

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32 comments on “Batman Cupcake Liners (and a free printable)”

  1. Your cupcake wrappers are AWESOME! My son is a HUGE Batman fan and his birthday is coming up next week. I am making these for his school party. Thanks SO much for the great idea and downloads. 1 question: When outlining the templates on the black card stock- what kind of pen did you use- or just cut around the template for all of them?

    • I printed the liner template from Skip To My Lou on heavy cardstock, cut it out and then just used a regular pencil to trace around the cupcake liner template on the black cardstock. It shows up enough for you to be able to see to cut them out! Good luck with your party. :)

  2. Hi Laura,

    I love you batman printout I am planning on using it for my son cupcakes, but I was wondering if you made that blue frosty on top of the cupcakes and if you how did you do or where did you get that frosting.

    Thank you

  3. Just a quick thank you for the batman cupcake idea and free printable symbols. Made my life so easy for our upcoming “bat” party!

  4. Thank you so much! I enlarged them a bit and we are sticking them to the ouside of my son’s blue paper goody bags for decoration

  5. Dear Laura,

    Many thanks for sharing! I tried to download the batman cupcake free printable symbols but seems that the link is not working anymore. Can you help me with that? I cannot find that symbols anywhere else… :-( Many thanks in advance! Eloisa

  6. I made some cupcake wrappers for my nieces graduation. They turned out really good. My problem is that after a little bit time the wrappers started soaking up the oil from the icing. They weren’t so pretty after that. Have you ever had this issue and if so do you have solution to the problem?

    • I have not really had this problem before. I try to make sure my icing is only on the cupcake itself and then it never touches the liner. I also never put the cupcake liners on the cupcakes until right before the party. So they don’t have a long time sitting with the fancy wrapper around them. I think the best bet would be to try to leave a little space around the edge of the cupcake with no frosting.

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