These floating cones are a sweet way to decorate for an ice cream party! You’ll need: latex balloons, a bottle of latex balloon sealant, helium tank, ribbon, scissors, craft knife, brown craft paper, brown wide-tip marker, pencil and double-sided tape.
Another excellent project to keep kids active at the tail end of a party is an ice cream cone flower parting gift. To make these, they’ll need eight to 10 carnations, one cherry and a plastic waffle cone for each guest. Have them place pre-cut white carnations inside of the plastic cone, add approximately 1/2 cup of water inside, then place a cherry on the top. Assign some kids to assemble the cones and others to deliver them to guests as they exit the party.
Keep the kids entertained at their next party with this whimsical hat project. You'll need: brown or tan card stock, brown marker, scissors, craft knife, hole punch, hot glue gun and glue sticks, 3/8" width elastic, pom poms in pastel colors, ribbon and a downloadable cone template.
Add a fun, handmade twist to ordinary party invitations with a cute and clever ice cream shape. You'll need the following materials for this nifty project: several sheets of card stock in pastel colors, brown or tan textured card stock, scissors, felt-tip pen, pencil, glue stick, invitation envelopes, hole punch, ribbon and a downloadable ice cream cone template.
Store bought cupcakes are transformed into festive Christmas trees with some easy tricks. Hiding under that green icing is an ice cream cone thatâs been set right on top of the cupcake and covered with icing piped on with a decorative tip. Some nonpareils meant to look like ornaments complete this simple snack hack.
This adults-only punch will be the centerpiece of any Halloween bar. Dry ice, which can be found at supermarkets or ice cream shops. and a disembodied hand make for a fun, slightly creepy presentation of this Witch's Brew, sure to be a hit with guests at this year's Halloween party.