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Easy Ice Cream Cone Ornaments

We’re sharing easy ice cream ornaments today as part of the Christmas in July Blog Hop hosted by my sweet and creative friend, Rachel of The Ponds Farmhouse.

If you’re coming over from Cindy’s blog, Cloches and Lavender, welcome, we’re glad you’re here. Cindy is so talented and I can’t wait to read all about her Christmas planning tips and tricks!

No matter if you’re a long-time reader or a new friend, I hope you take away these three things whenever you visit the blog and read our posts…

  • It’s our goal to provide encouragement for your heart and home every time come by
  • Taking time to enjoy simple pleasures each day is possible (even with a busy home and work life)
  • You can make quick and easy projects feel festive without a lot of extra fuss

These simple ice cream cone ornaments are another example of a project that doesn’t really need a tutorial. But I know a step-by-step guide is always helpful.

For the past couple of years, I’ve been dreaming of a candy-themed Christmas.

The thing is, we don’t have a lot of storage in our island cottage.

So, every holiday season I struggle to come up with ideas that are easy to store yet complement the Christmas decorations we already own.

Ice Cream Ornaments and Sprinkles-The Crowned Goat

This year has been a big growth year for us both personally and professionally. So, I’ve decided if there ever was a year to celebrate with all things candy and pastels – it’s this one.

My plan is to start small and craft things here and there when I have time in the weeks and months leading up to Christmas.

That way, by the time the hustle and bustle of the holiday season begins, I’ll be ready.

After all, it will be here before we know it!

Quick and Easy Ice Cream Cone Ornaments-The Crowned Goat

Here’s a look at how to create quick and easy ice cream cone ornaments…

Easy Ice Cream Ornaments Supplies:

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  • Paper Cups
  • Shower Pouf (We got ours at a dollar store, but I wish I had seen these because the colors are so pretty)
  • Glue Gun (I just put this one in my cart because it has a stand and mine could really use an upgrade)
  • Glue Sticks
  • Tarp or paper

Easy Ice Cream Ornaments Steps:

Gather your supplies and lay a tarp or paper down to protect your work surfaces.

If you have tags on your shower poufs, be sure to remove them prior to making these easy ice cream cone ornaments.

Make sure your paper cup is clean and free from dirt and debris.

Using caution and care as both the glue gun and glue will be hot, add glue to the inside rim of your paper cone.

Next, place the shower pouf on top of the cone and press down firmly.

Once the pouf has been secured to the cone, check the edge of the cone to be sure you don’t need to add any extra glue.

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Allow the glue on the ice cream ornament to cool.

Quick and Easy Ice Ceam Cone Christmas Ornaments-The Crowned Goat

Hang by using the ribbon on the top of the shower pouf and enjoy!

Easy Ice Cream Cone Christmas Ornaments-The Crowned Goat

What we love about these ice cream ornaments (other than they are crazy simple to make) is that you can customize the shower poufs to match your Christmas theme or the colors in your home décor.

Bonus, you can use them as decoration for spring and summer parties, so they can be used multiple times a year too!

Easy Purple Ice Cream Christmas Ornament-The Crowned Goat

I know Christmas is still several months away but I’m already looking forward to it, and I hope you are as well.

Keep in mind, the holidays don’t have to be big, bold, or Pinterest-worthy to make an impact. So, take the pressure off and start creating ornaments you are excited about!

Let us know if you make these easy ice cream ornaments. We’d love to see what color poufs you used!

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Up next on the Christmas in July Blog Hop, is my friend Debra from Common Ground. You’ll love her Christmas in July Ideas and Inspiration!

Once you’re finished there be sure to check out what the rest of these fabulous ladies are sharing!

Christmas In July Blog Hop

Welcome to our Christmas In July Blog Hop. Be sure to click each link below to follow along on the hop.

The Ponds Farmhouse / Cottage on Bunker Hill / Midwest Life & Style / Cottage in the Mitten / Down Shiloh Road / Bricks N Blooms

Simply 2 Moms / Shiplap & Shells / Peacock Ridge Farm / WM Design House / Thistle Key Lane / White Arrows Home

Pasha is Home / Tater Tots and Jello / Robyn’s French Nest / Chas Crazy Creations / DIY Beautify / Cloches & Lavender

The Crowned Goat / Common Ground / Life At Bella Terra / The Tattered Pew / Design Morsels / Follow the Yellow Brick Home

Until next time, I’ll see you on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.

Many blessings,


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  1. I love this simple idea for office gifts! Thanks for sharing!

  2. coco these ornaments are adorable!!! what a fun idea! The girls and I will make these – so so cute!

  3. CoCo,
    OMG!!! I love this idea because i have a “Summer”Tree in my Craft room and it is decorated with ice cream ornaments, popsicles, cup cakes, etc. ornaments….You have given my inspiration to create a few of my own Ice Cream ornaments!!! Thanks so much for sharrng!! I love these!!!!

  4. What a fun summer Christmas ornament. This is so cute and It would be good for birthday garland too. Fun to hop with you.

  5. Oh how adorable are these! I want to make some with my pre-teen niece! So cute for a candy-themed tree!

  6. CoCo,
    this might just be the cutest idea ever. What a fun craft idea and so easy. you are so amazing and I appreciate you for sharing your talents with us today.

  7. Coco, what cute ornaments! They are perfect for a festive pastel tree and so easy to make! Thanks for sharing and happy to be hopping with you.

  8. Oh my gosh CoCo..these are so stinking cute!! How adorable!!! You are so creative. So fun!!!

  9. Hi Coco!

    Your ice cream ornaments are so fun! I love how colorful and happy they are! I pinned them to my holiday board to share .Happy Christmas in July!


  10. These are absolutely adorable!!!!! How fun! Thanks for sharing.

  11. These are adorable!!! Love these for girlfriend gifts. Pinned of course!

  12. I keep thinking of the line “sugar plums danced in their heads” – your candy themed Christmas is perfect. I also think this would be super cute at a little girl’s birthday party! Super creative CoCo. Thank you again for inspiring me.

  13. I love your ice cream cone ornaments. They remind me of cotton candy and fair time, which is just around the corner. Christmas is only 152 days away–pinning this to remind myself to make a few. I especially like the green ones!

    1. They do look like cotton candy, Kim! I almost didn’t do a tutorial because I thought they might be too simple but a step-by-step is always nice. Especially, when crafting for the holidays. Hope your weekend has been been filled with all good things, CoCo

  14. Ok these are darling and I know my girls would love them! Pinning!

  15. Super cute idea. I would love to do this with my grandbabies. It was so fun hopping with you . Hugs to you.

  16. These are so fun and whimsical, CoCo. What a cute idea. And I love how easy they are to make. Happy to be hopping with you this week. Pinned!

  17. Ok CoCo, I have to say I’m crazy about your ice cream ornaments! I’m already envisioning a sugar plum tree for the grand littles featuring these, and other fun pastel ornaments! You are brilliant my friend!

  18. These ice cream cones are adorable. They also remind me of cotton candy.

  19. These are sooo cute! Lovely idea and thanks for sharing!

  20. This is the most adorable idea CoCo. I am totally in love! How fun to have a pastel tree and all things sugar sweet. So creative sweet friend.

  21. CoCo, you never disappoint! These ornaments are so adorable, and I love how easy they are to make! Thank you for sharing your amazing creativity! Hugs, Donna

  22. These are so cute, CoCo. Definitely a “sugarplum” Christmas! This would be so fun for the kiddos to make too. Love the idea of a pastel Christmas!

  23. These are so darn tootin’ cute CoCo! I love the idea of being able to use them for Christmas and summer too. You always have such ingenious ideas, thank you for sharing.

  24. Such a cute idea for a gifted Christmas ornament, CoCo! And I love the pink one! I’ll be featuring you at Tuesday Turn About this week! Pinned!

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