I remember my favorite babysitter brought us ornaments made from ice cream cones one year. I thought they were the most magical thing I had ever seen in all my days. Many days later I still think those ornaments are awesome. So much so that I made my own yarn wrapped version. Check out my yarn wrapped ice cream cone ornaments.
Rachel from Lines Across came up with an adorable glitter-riffic version of the ice cream cone ornament. Glitter and pompoms kick the cuteness level of anything up a notch.
Meredith Crawford from One Sheepish Girl has crocheted herself up some dang cute cones. Her adorable new book Crochet with One Sheepish Girl: Easy Lessons and Sweet Designs for Wearing, Living and Giving looks like a must have for the yarn lovers of the world. The cones were not intended to be ornaments, but could be easily!
Balloon weights shaped like ice cream cones. How cute is that? Pretty stinking cute. As many parties as I throw I have often debated buying a Balloon Time kit, this may have just convinced me. Ok back to the ice cream cones. These air dry clay weights were designed by Kelly Lanza of Studio DIY and would make a-door-bell Christmas ornaments.
Sure these ice cream cone piñatas by Jordan Ferney are large, but so is my 7ft Christmas tree. Plus I’m sure her easy to follow DIY could be scaled down to ornament size. Always wanted to try my hand at piñata making. This might be the perfect excuse. Pop over to Oh Happy Day for the full tutorial.
Besides yarn wrapped ice cream cones I have also painted and glittered ornaments to give the illusion of ice cream cone goodness. Check out my good enough to eat tutorial for Christmas in an Ice Cream Cone.
I suddenly feel like getting crafty and like busting out my ice cream machine. Mmmmm a batch of egg nog flavor would be perfect to snack on while I make ice cream cone ornaments.