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Donut Printables

I’ve created a set of 12 cute and colourful donut printables! These would be perfect for a donut themed party or a variety of fun party and craft projects! Here are some ideas:

  • Create a game of ‘Donut Memory’ for guests to play at your party. You can also package them up as a gift or party favor.
  • Create a donut garland
  • Use as a gift tag or decoration for gift wrap.
  • Print onto sticker paper to create donut stickers!
  • How about really big donut confetti!!

Can you think of other creative uses? Let me know!

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Happy Crafting! 🙂

Materials: Colour printer, Adobe Reader (free download), Good quality white card stock of choice- I’ve used thick, glossy photo card stock (Canon 275gsm Photo Paper Plus Glossy II) which results in more vibrant colours and a higher quality print, 2.5 inch circle punch, 1 inch circle punch, scallop circle punch (for the bite!)

Step 1: Download the PDF at the bottom of this post and print out onto card stock. Note: Do not use Mac Preview to view or print the PDF, as colours may come out completely wrong. Use Adobe Reader instead. 
Make sure in your printer setup that your print quality is set to ‘high.
Step 2: Use a 2.5 inch circle punch to cut out the outer circle and a 1 inch circle punch to cut out the inner circle of each donut. Note: You may need to trim the paper down so that your punch can reach the correct spot. In particular, the 1 inch circle in the middle will need a punch that can reach the donut centre adequately. Some punches may not be long enough. I have found that the EK Tools 1 inch punch works perfectly.

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  1. Larissa

    February 18, 2014

    These would be so perfect to use with toddlers and preschoolers for that children’s poem/song “Down around the corner, at the donut shop…” You could even stick on a little velcro to use them with a felt board!

      • jordan
      • February 18, 2014

      Such a great idea!

  2. Jesse

    February 18, 2014

  3. maggie

    February 18, 2014

    The pink one reminds me of the Simpsons – so cute!

  4. Stephanie

    February 18, 2014

    Oh my gosh these are SO cute!

  5. Traci

    February 18, 2014

    I love the idea of donut memory. My niece would love these! And I think I should invest in a circular punch.

  6. Casey {The Maine Mrs.}

    February 18, 2014

    Who doesn’t love donuts? Such a great party idea!

  7. Gretchen R

    February 18, 2014

    Big fan of all things donut 🙂 Thanks for these love ’em!!

  8. Art and Chic

    February 18, 2014

    How sweet they are! love it!

  9. lyndsay // coco cake land

    February 18, 2014

    amy, how perfectly clever!! love the multi-usage and the adorable styled photos… so so cute!

  10. Steph Bond-Hutkin

    February 18, 2014

    Brilliant! And how good is Amy Moss – hooray for sharing her amazing creativity!

  11. Christi

    February 18, 2014

    My daughter wants a donut party and this is PERFECT for it! Thanks a ton for such a cute printable 🙂

  12. Kat

    February 18, 2014

    My boyfriend graduates from police academy in July. I can’t wait to surprise him with donut decor all around his house! 🙂

      • jordan
      • February 18, 2014

      Sooo cute.

  13. CNA

    February 19, 2014

    Just perfect !
    I really love these cuty donuts :))))
    Congrats !

  14. Susie

    February 19, 2014

    Where were these when I taught pre-school? I made my own, but yours are “prettier”. I was able to copy the first printable page to my word program as seen, but the second page copied with a black background! Boooo! I cannot seem to get rid of the black background! Waste of Ink!
    ***I am planning on sizing these down smaller to use for making necklaces! I want to size them wrist-size, glue them back to back, cut a line through, so that they can be bracelets also!
    ***I want to size them larger, probably two halves, to make donut purses!
    ***And of course, donut picture frames! I am sure I will come up with a few more ideas, now that I can modify the sizes. I just wish page two copied like page one!
    Thank you for sharing your talent! Have a Blessed Day! Susie in Port Huron, Michingan

  15. Susie

    February 19, 2014

    OOPS! That’s MICHIGAN! So used to using MI, it seems I forgot how to spell!

  16. Janine -

    February 19, 2014

    I love the gift topper suggestion! Super cute.

  17. Amber

    February 20, 2014

    Paper donut napkin rings!
    Perfect for a sweet sweet lunch. High tea! 🙂

      • jordan
      • February 20, 2014

      Great ideas!

  18. Julia

    February 20, 2014

    There is so much to love here! I plan to make that adorable garland and print another to use as gift tags. I am currently using this template as my iphone wallpaper and I couldn’t be happier. Thanks so much!

  19. Kirstie

    February 20, 2014

    I love them!!! Reminds me of my donut card!

    And now, I’m suddenly hungry 😉

  20. Victoria

    February 20, 2014

    I am in love with these. Donuts are so cute. I’m going to use these to decorate a gift for my friend’s birthday next week. Thanks for the freebie!

  21. Paulette Leto

    February 25, 2014

    I was wondering what you meant by “donut memory,” and then I saw the picture. It’s like that match game where you have to flip things over and find the match, right? Just with donuts! Obviously, the prize for winning should be a real donut!

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