DIY felt ice cream cone
May 132014
 

This post completes the Felt Treats series. I’ve posted about felt cookies, felt cupcakes, felt lollipops and felt donuts. In this post, I will show how I made a felt ice cream cone for my daughter. She loves playing with play food in her little kitchen. So I wanted to expand her selection of foods with a wider variety of felt sweets.

I love how the felt ice cream cone came out. It’s so cute and soft and delicious-looking. You could obviously customize it to have any scoop flavors you want: chocolate, vanilla, pistachio, strawberry, etc.

Let’s get to the tutorial, shall we?

DIY felt ice cream cone

Supplies:

  • felt in various colors
  • needle and thread
  • stuffing (or cotton balls or scrunched up paper)

Steps:

    • Cut out two circles, one twice as big as the other.
Felt ice cream cone: cut circles

Felt ice cream cone: cut circles

    • Line up the circumferences of the circles and sew about 70% around.
Felt ice cream cone: sew 70% around

Felt ice cream cone: sew 70% around

    • Fill with stuffing.
    • Sew the remaining 30% around.
Felt ice cream cone: assemble the parts

Felt ice cream cone: assemble the parts

  • Roll a cone shape out of brown felt. Seal the edge of the cone with a line of hot glue.
  • Top the cone with the various ice cream scoops. Secure the scoops with hot glue.
  • Make a white ruffle with a strip of white felt and top with a red pom pom!
Felt ice cream cone

Felt ice cream cone

Enjoy your little ice cream cone that will never melt and never get sticky!

DIY felt ice cream cone

DIY felt ice cream cone







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 May 13, 2014  Posted by

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