You likely have some of this on hand but in case you had to buy the boards and wreath form, it will be less than $5. As you can see in the photo, I cut 6 total circles out of the foam board. 2 at 8″ for the top, 2 at 10″ for the middle tier and 2 at 12″ for the base.
Next, cover your cans with cardstock to hide the label. I used hot glue to glue it on.
Next, hot glue your 2 matching circles together so you have 3 sturdy circles.
Then, assemble! I started with the wreath form and glued on my 12″ circle then a pillar (can) then 10″ circle then another pillar then the 8″ top circle. I just kind of eye balled the assembly. I didn’t measure for the middle but you certainly can.
Finally, I took some ribbon (from Joann’s) and hot glued it to the edge to give it a clean edge and hide my cut marks.
Then, you’re done! Super easy!
I used Savannah’s incredible “Projector method” of drawing on a chalkboard to draw the “Happy 4th Birthday Carter” and the skyline on the chalkboard.
Here are a few of the cupcake toppers I made. So easy and cute!