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Look at what my friend Sara posted!!! These would be perfect for a Spring party of some sort. Or for me, anytime of year. There's no recipe, just a picture for the idea. I can get put off by cupcakes with crap ton of icing. Now I gotta practice my frosting art skills... Thank you Sara!!!