|Choose from solo-, quad- or hex-compartment trays.|
|The tray above has lined compartments, rather than removable "muffins".|
As you can see above, the "muffin" container can be removed from its compartment. You can line the compartment for a "deluxe" version.
Here are your printables for all the variations:
The Mini Muffin Tin solo is a larger size, so it requires a larger "muffin".
The smaller "muffins" fit the 4- and 6-compartment trays. For each size, you can choose from a rectangular or angled tray top. The Egg Tray has a plainer top end than the Muffin Tins (make it now and fill it with choc eggs).
Mini Muffin Tin Tutorial
1 For the purpose of the tut, a Mini Muffin Tin Solo will be made. The construction for the other styles is similar - only more compartments to be made. Above, parts cut out and prepped. I make the Mini Muffin Tins out of 160gsm copier cardstock.
2 Glue adjacent flaps to form a cup, like so:
Lining the cup with patterned paper is optional - but if you are going to do it, the time is now:
(Make sure the print faces inwards.)
3 Apply glue onto the cup tabs. Lower the top onto the tabs, aligning cup with the window opening:
4 Next, apply the base cover, gluing around the edges and the hexagonal window. Smooth it in place. This is an optional step - the Mini Muffin Tin looks neater with the tabs concealed.
5 Next, make the Muffin from pretty print paper. Glue adjacent sides.
The muffin fits neatly in the tray compartment. To close the muffin top, fold down the sides consecutively in a clockwise direction, tucking the inner corner under where nececessary. (The outer corner is rounded, the inner corner is squared.)
Now you are done:
Add a tag, if desired.
A Mini Muffin Tin would make a gread brad, bead, or button stash - and/or suitable gift packaging for gifting to a crafty friend.