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Sunday, December 6, 2009

Sixth Day of Christmas: Candy Cones

One of the best parts of the holiday season is the CANDY...right? How fun are these fun "Candy Cone" ornaments or party favors, creating with the Polar Expressions product line. And we're giving you another full-color instruction sheet after the photos.

Start by cutting a 5 1/2" circle from assorted Polar Expressions papers. Carefully fold circle into cone shape. Place adhesive under flap to hold in place until next step.
Using iTop Tool, create a small iTop brad (16mm) with coordianting paper. Punch hole through circle's flap and place small brad through hole.

Staple about a 5" strip of ribbon to opposite sides of the cone. Hot glue pom pom trimmings (optional) along edge of cone.

Punch out the chipboard piece you'd like to use and remove adhesive from back (by mounting to scrap piece of paper or carefully peeling adhesive layer from the back of the sticker). Punch hole through chipboard piece and secure to ribbon strip with jump ring or ribbon. Fill cones with assorted candy and hang from tree or use as party favors.


Click here to download the full color instructions for this project.

54 comments:

Tracy said...

Just gorgeous ....

Thebug415 said...

These are adorable. Think I may do these for my DD's class gifts this year. THanks for the directions too!

mica said...

Another cute & easy idea!!

Melissa said...

I love it! What a cute idea for hanging on bedroom doors!

Mryia said...

I love this idea! My daughter just asked the other day about making ornaments to hold some candy canes on the tree so now I have the prefect directions to share with her.

Betty said...

Look good enough to eat... What a nice take home gift for the kids (both young and young at heart)

Susan said...

Very cute!!

Kathy Floen said...

Oh, my, HOW FUN! :)

Stampin Mindy said...

Oh my goodness these are adorable! They look so cute on the tree to! Thanks for such a great idea!

CherrieScraps said...

these are so cute - and festive!!

Teresa Jaye said...

These are beautiful - thanks for the instructions!

Rebeca Zanini said...

My son will love this!

Conchita said...

I love this idea! thank and hugs

Aphra said...

Fun, fun! Just what I need as a party favor for my holiday tea. Thanks!

Carla said...

Those are adorable!! Great ornaments to put all those candy canes in the kids get at school or Christmas parties or even from nice ladies at the bank when you go through the drive through! I will definitely be saving these instructions!! Thanks for sharing!

MEMORIAS EN PAPEL said...

LOVE THIS IDEA FOR THE KIDS :)

Ann Cicilie said...

They are so cute! Guess my daughter will love them:)

Melisa said...

Fabulously simple idea!! Love it.

Helen said...

Very cute! I'll have to make some for my kids teachers!

Kelly said...

Cute! Great idea for kids treats!

Liz Qualman said...

Very clever and useful. TFS.

Dee said...

Another great idea. Thanks

Chris C said...

Yet another wonderful tutorial - thank you.

Rikki G said...

What a perfect gift idea

Erica Alem said...

This will be great for DS's school! Thanks!

DebL said...

These are so adorable!

Samantha said...

lovely:)

Conchita said...

These are so adorable!

KateB said...

love the iTop brads more than I love the candy!

Emily said...

Nifty!

Bella said...

Oh cool, these would look so sweet on the tree!

Erin said...

omg. This would be a easy project for my three year old to help with.

prashant said...

love it! What a cute idea for hanging on bedroom doors!


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Samantha T. said...

So fast and fun!

Erica said...

thanks for the great pdf on how to make these. I like the use of a circle instead of a square.

Pam AKA: picnic said...

These are so cute, love Christmas items.... I actually did this for my DD wedding for the flower girls...

KimR said...

Another super cute project! Thanks for all of the ideas!

KellyG said...

Too cute, love those!

karen said...

These are too cute

morgansmom2000 said...

Another great idea for my Girl Scout troop!

Jennifer
morgansmom2000@gmail.com

Cristina said...

Those papers are so yummy! Beautiful project!

Kelly said...

Love the I top, saw it on Tim Holt blog!

Darla Bibeau said...

WOW~~Looks like Tim Holtz just sent me to another cool site! Love the creativity. Looking forward to taking more time to research your site! The "itop" I spotted on Tim Holtz's blog! Looks like a wonderful tool & new to me.....
Darla from WI

pam said...

I just saw the itop on Tim Holtz's blog. That is a great tool!

Alienka said...

It's very sweety :)

Karen L said...

Awesome idea! I'm giving candy out this Christmas and will be making these!

Jenny B in Indy said...

Those ROCK! I've never seen anything like that before.

Katrina said...

cute quick and easy....what a perfect idea!

NWFlamingo said...

SWEET!

DeniseB said...

These are great little gift ideas. Thanks for sharing with us!
DeniseB

Christy said...

cute idea! Thanks for sharing!

Ruth Ellen said...

Very cute!

abbeyviolet said...

my kids would not be able to resist the candy, but an adorable idea!

Anna said...

How fun are these? My kids would love to have them hanging on the tree!

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