Ice Cream Cone Ornament

Since we started the week out with sweet cupcake ornaments
I thought we could finish the week off with a "tasty" ice cream cone ornament :)
Okay, maybe not so tasty, but definitely cute.

Items needed:

styrofoam ball
hot glue gun and glue

I applied glue all over the ball and then sprinkled glitter onto it - what a mess!
If you can find a large pre-made glitter ball than I would go with that option :)

Make a cone shape out of card stock and apply glue to the edges to hold together.
If you want, stamp out "Merry Christmas" onto some card stock and add to the cone.
You can also use a sticker.

Place the ribbon on top of the ball and apply a dot of hot glue to hold in place.
Then place the "cherry" (I used a small styrofoam ball covered in sequins)
on top of the ribbon - make sense?

And finally ... hot glue the ball into the paper cone
and add lace around the ball.

I hope you enjoyed the week of handmade ornaments
and I truly hope you're able to make some :)

Have a great weekend, wonderful friends!

Linking up with:
Create, Link, Inspire


Sylvia said...

My how sweet, how do you come up with all these great ideas,Stephanie. so pretty.

Anonymous said...

What an excellent and creative ornament ~ everyone will love it ~ thanks, carol, xxx

Thanks for visiting, xxx

Sarah said...

Very cute Stephanie! You are so creative and imaginative. I have enjoyed this week of ornaments, and hope to have time to make some too. : ) Thank you for sharing all of the great tutorials.


Gail Dixon said...

You are full of the sweetest ideas! Christmas seems to really get you going. This is so darn cute and unique! Have a great weekend. :)

Julie Marie said...

Like everything you create dear Stephanie, those are just adorable!... I can just picture your home all decorated for Christmas!... xoxo Julie Marie

Julie's Lifestyle said...

The ornaments that your are making are so pretty and will lovely on the Christmas tree! I pinned this one too and TFS. Julie

Debbie Harris said...

Well if that isn't the cuttest! Your ball with glitter turned out great, even for all the mess. :)

I have really enjoyed this week of ornaments. You have done a beautiful job with all your tutorials. Thank you!


Dreaming of Vintage said...

Stephanie, this is super cute! I might make one of those!!!

Anonymous said...

Dear Stephanie,

This is just too sweet! I really love it. You have shared such wonderful and creative ideas this week. I don't know how you find all these great ideas.

I love the red cone especially!


Elizabethd said...

What a good idea! It's the sort of thing I could do with the children in our Church craft club.

Red Rose Alley said...

Isn't that pretty? I love your icecream cone ornament, and the cherry adds a special touch. It looks like you've been doing some craft projects yourself.

I'm so glad you're loving this Christmas season as much as I am. It's a special time of year.


Anne Payne said...

Those are yummy looking :)

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Your ornament is awesome, Stephanie. Love it. Hugs,Gayle

Delvalina said...


I love the new design of your blog. So Christmas and you have welcome everyone here with warmth Christmas and the delightful ornaments.
My favorite is the frame and I'l looking forward to make them to decorate the christmas church.


Billie Jo said...

This is so sweet, Stephanie!
You are so very talented and creative,
I love the look here, too! : )

Teri said...

Oh, Stephanie ... such "sweet treats" you have shared this week! I hope that you have a wonderful weekend! Blessings ♥ Teri

vintage grey said...

Such a sweet and sparkly ornament! Happy weekend to you! xo Heather

Jazzmin said...

How festive and cheery! These are such lovely ornaments, and it looks like such fun to make them. The lace is such a beautiful touch as well.

Your posts sharing your creations and how to make them have been such a joy to visit this week. One of my favorites were your sweet glitter snowmen on spools- so creative and cute, I love them! And all have such a vintage loveliness in the fabrics, lace, or details you used.

I hope you have a beautiful weekend, my friend!!

Hugs to you,

Karen @ Beatrice Euphemie said...

So sweet and charming, Stephanie! I love the yo-yo tree and snowmen, too! So adorable and creative. Like you! <3 Have a lovely weekend, Dear xo Hugs, Karen

Miss Val's Creations said...

Adorable! I love the glittery ice cream.

Linda said...

That is really cool! Thanks for sharing. Blessings

living from glory to glory said...

I loved this idea! The kiddos would have so much fun doing this. I was just thinking you have made these look vintage and something we may have had on our tree when I was a little girl!
Prayed for you this morning that the move is going well, as this Arctic air is so tough on everything!
My pipes on my washing machine froze this morning! (Water everywhere)

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

How cute! The ice cream cone shape is perfect for hanging, too. Thanks for sharing some fun craft projects this holiday. Hugs!

Jeanna said...

What a SWEET ornament :)

Love it Stephanie...your decorations must be over-the-top!

Debbie @DewdropGables said...

I love this ornament! Another example of your talent, and imagination. I'm pinning and hope to try this one day soon.
Debbie :)

Emily Thompson said...

AAHHH this just brought back great childhood memories for me!! We had an ice cream cone ornament when I was growing up... I used to secretly lick it!! HAHAH!! Thanks for sharing at Create Link Inspire!! Emily@nap-timecreations.com

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