DIY Ice Cream Ornaments Christmas Craft

DIY Ice Cream OrnamentsI’m a HUGE fan of using mini flower pots for crafts and if you like these DIY ice cream ornaments you’ll love my cactus ornaments as well. These mini ice cream cone ornaments are adorable and you can have a ton of fun creating different toppings and cute faces for each one. The possibilities are endless. See below for the exact supplies you’ll need to create your own DIY ice cream ornaments and the step-by-step tutorial.

DIY Ice Cream Christmas Ornaments

Supplies for DIY Ice Cream Ornaments (affiliate links provided for convenience)

Directions

  1. Start by painting your ornaments with acrylic paint. NOTE: I did two coats of paint so that there would be no streaks and the ornament would have full coverage.
  2. While the ornament is drying, paint the top of the mini flower pot the same ice cream color and add some cute ice cream drips.
  3. Add a cone pattern to the flower pot with a brown paint pen.
  4. Once the paint is completely dry you can also add white highlights to the ice cream drips to help them stand out.
  5. On the ornament, paint any topping you’d like (whipped cream, chocolate sauce, caramel, etc).
  6. While you topping paint is drying, add the face using paint pens. 
  7. Next, add sprinkles or whatever ever fun design you’d like to the top of the ornament. NOTE: Make sure the paint is completely dry before adding details with the paint pens. 
  8. Hot glue the ornament to the inside of the pot. 
  9. And finally, add a little cherry embellishment or you could also just use a red puff ball. DIY Ice Cream Ornaments

DIY Ice Cream Ornaments

I’d love to see your finished ice cream ornaments! Come share with me a picture on Instagram or Facebook! I love showing examples of my tutorials being made!

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