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DIY Puffy Paint Ice Cream

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DIY Puffy Paint Ice Cream
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An easy summer craft is a few scoops away! Make DIY puffy paint and use it as part of this ice cream craft you can create and hang.

Supplies:

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Craft Kit supplies pictured above. Additional supplies may be needed.

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Steps:

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1 Rip top layer off a small piece of cardboard to create ice cream cone texture.

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2 Cut cardboard into cone shape.

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3 Put glue on smooth side of cardboard and attach to cardstock.

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4 In 2 mixing bowls, combine 1/2 cup shaving cream and 1/4 cup glue with craft stick.

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5 Lightly dip craft stick into paint and stir into each glue mixture.

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6 Paint glue mixture above ice cream cone, making 2 ice cream scoops.

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7 Cut out sprinkles or cherries from construction paper and place on glue mixture.

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8 Use a pencil sharpener to create crayon shavings. Place on glue mixture to create sprinkles. Dry overnight.

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9 When dry, enjoy the fun, fluffy feeling and hang to display!

CIY Staff Tips:

  • For puffier ice cream, be sure to build up the glue mixture when applying to the cardstock.
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