There are lots of opinions
regarding the sign for "cupcake."
I'll show you what I use. Plus I'll show you a couple of the main versions
you might see out there.
See also: [CAKE]
CUPCAKE: Cake, muffin, pastry...
I tend to use this version to mean "muffin," "cupcake," or small pastries.
The sign uses a "double movement."
CUPCAKE: "hybrid version"
Some people spell "cup" then sign cake. Or they sign cup and spell cake.
This version does the sign for CUP and the
sign for CAKE.
As with most compound signs, this sign gets drops any double movement of the
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