Printable Toothpick Topper Template

I’m a big fan of cupcakes. I think it’s because I’m a big fan of cake and small things. They are the perfect combination of my loves. So in honor of the cupcake, here’s a free customizable template to make your own cupcake toothpick toppers.

They are perfect for weddings, birthdays, or just because. The Word template includes the red hearts shown above. It also has a place for you to type in whatever you please. I made the ones above with our wedding date. You could add your initials, monogram, age, or anything else you wish.

I used the free font, Later On. To learn how to assemble the toppers, check out my simple tutorial.

Download the Word Toothpick Topper template.

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  1. Karina Reply

    I love the way the new site looks and as always thanks for all the great ideas. I used your sewing paper idea (the curtain you made out of paper circles) and sewed my daughters picture onto her birthday invites. They came out so cute much better than if I would have glued them. I used red thread that framed the pic perfectly.

  2. Sarah Kidney Reply

    Hi there! Love the cupcake toppers! How do you install the “Later On” font?

  3. Karina: I’m so glad that DIY inspired you!

    Sarah: If you’re using a Mac, you follow the link “Later On” and click download. Then locate where it downloaded on your computer (usually in your home folder > downloads). Then double-click on the font file. This will open the font in Font Book. Then click install. If you’re on a PC, I’m not sure, but this link should help!
    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Install-or-uninstall-fonts

  4. Dararai Reply

    Hi Sarah! Thank you so much for this awesome template! I love using your creation for my daughter’s birthday parties. I received so many compliments thanks to you!

    • Dararai, you’re welcome! I’m glad it was helpful 🙂 I’d love to see photos of them!

  5. Super cute, Sarah! I am printing these off for my wedding. Thanks!

    • Lindsey, so fun! I’d love to see photos 🙂

  6. Cherry Reply

    Hi Sarah, may I know what kind of material did you use to print the topper?

    • Hi Cherry, I used regular colored card stock that’s probably around 65 lb. You can find it at any craft supply store in the scrapbooking section.

  7. Jill Bernard Reply

    Hi! I love these topper’s! question though… did you double them up or are they just 1 sided? Also how did you attach them to the toothpick (if that is what you used)

    Thanks!

    • Hi Jill! Yes, I doubled them up to make them two-sided. I just placed a small piece of double-sided tape in between to hold everything together.

  8. Bridget Reply

    Hiya and thanks so much for the free template. Wondering what size the circle measures? Keen to buy a circle cutter in the right size.

    Thanks! xxx