DIY: Paper Punch Ice Cream Cones

February 27, 2014

Paper Punch Ice Cream Cones | Damask Love

Project-Ranking-FormatWinter be damned. I’m ready for the sun.

Actually, I take that back. We’ve got plenty of sun here in Miami. It’s kind of hard to believe I live in the same country as people dealing with ice and snow right now. Yesterday, I saw a lady wearing a crop top and cut offs. Don’t get me started on crop tops. They look good on no one. But that’s neither here no there. For all of you who are still sporting thermals, I’ll do you the favor of not posting pictures of me in a crop top but instead I’m bringing you a little bit of warmth in the form of really cute paper crafted ice cream cones that you can make with a couple of basic paper punches. They’re easy to make and will summon thoughts of warmer days. A win-win. And there are no midriffs involved. A win-win-win.

Paper Punch Ice Cream Cones | Damask Love

Paper Punch Ice Cream Cones | Damask Love

Paper Punch Ice Cream Cones | Damask Love

 

I added a hefty dose of glitter to each cone with the Martha Stewart Iridescent Glitter collection, which is my new favorite. I’m having a bit of glitter moment, I guess. To give each cone a glittery look, I just added strips of DIY glitter tape to pieces of cardstock, and then followed the tutorial steps listed above.
Paper Punch Ice Cream Cones | Damask Love

Paper Punch Ice Cream Cones | Damask Love

Paper Punch Ice Cream Cones | Damask LoveThese cute little cones are great to use as tags, which is exactly what I did. I added a banner to each cone and tied them onto a paper ice cream container. For a tutorial on creating a similar banner, visit this post from the Damask Love archives.

Paper Punch Ice Cream Cones | Damask Love

Paper Punch Ice Cream Cones | Damask Love

Paper Punch Ice Cream Cones | Damask Love

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18 thoughts on “Paper Punch Ice Cream Cones”

  1. Love that goo border punch – I would have never gave that a second look until I saw that cute drippy ice cream cone! O.K. seriously now, I saw a young pregnant girl come into Publix in a crop top, shorty shorts and flip flops! She was obviously comfortable, everyone in her path was obviously not and I really wanted to hurl!!! But that’s Florida for ya!!!

  2. love all your tutorials! extremely helpful! i first encountered your site on Pinterest when looking for Bookbinding tutorials. thanks so much! i will continue to follow your site!

  3. Oh how adorable!! And what a great busy project for kids!! Have it all precut and let them go at it!!!
    I have this “thing” that I live by…Spandex is a privilege not a right! Just because you can buy them, does not mean you should wear them!! That’s my fashion peeve.
    Jackie

  4. I have to tell ya …every time I see this post I just think how adorable!!!! I really will figure out a way to use these..over and over!!

  5. Nice paper craft art. I was just surfing over the net to look for latest paper craft ideas and thus find your site. It’s full of great idaes. Keep up the good work.

  6. Clever card..now is that “Let’s Celebrate”
    also a punch and if so, who is made by and can it be purchased at any craft store like Michael;s, Joann’s, Hobby Lobby or A.C.Moore?

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