DIY Balloon Ice Cream Cones
Updated: Nov 17, 2020
DIY Ice Cream Balloon Craft
Is there anything sweeter than a Sundae Funday Party? I’ve been eying this party theme for quite some time and the end of summer felt like the ideal opportunity to design a stlyed shoot inspired by my favorite sweet treat! These DIY Ice Cream Cones can stand alone, be propped in a vase for tabletop decor, or placed in the gaps of a balloon garland.
1 White Balloon (5-inch size)
1 Red or Pink Craft Pom Pom (1-inch size)
1 Waffle Cone
Hand-Held Air Balloon Pump
Blow up balloon using hand-held air balloon pump. Before tying the balloon, place it in the opening of the waffle cone to ensure it’s small enough to fit inside of the cone.
Line inside opening of the waffle cone with Felt Glue.
Place inflated balloon inside of the waffle cone. Hold it gently for 10 seconds to secure balloon to the glue.
Line the outside rim of the waffle cone with Felt Glue.
Pour sprinkles onto the glue on the waffle cone rim.
Squeeze Felt Glue onto the top of the balloon and gently rub in the glue with your finger in a circle motion.
Pour Sprinkle Pop Shop sprinkles onto the wet glue on the balloon top.
Place a dollop of Power-Tac on the sprinkled balloon top and place craft pom pom on the wet Power-Tac. Gently press down to secure the “cherry.”
Let your cones dry overnight.
This craft was designed as a paid partnership with Sprinkle Pop Shop and Beacon Adhesives.
Please note this craft is not edible and to be used for decor purposes only. :)