Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Ice Cream Cones

Good Monday morning to you!  How are you today?  Is it hot outside?  It’s overcast here, but rather warm!  Would you like an ice cream cone?  I have just the thing for you … Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Ice Cream Cones …

Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Faux Ice Cream Cones - SweetSimpleStuff

 

Wanna know how to make them?  You can find the easy peasy directions over at Hungry Happenings, where I am guest posting today.  Beth is out of the country on a fabulous vacation and I am thrilled to fill in!  So, hop on over to Hungry Happenings and check out the directions for these faux ice cream cones and all of the other fun stuff on Beth’s website!

I’d love to hear from you 🙂

 

 

 

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9 thoughts on “Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Ice Cream Cones

  1. They are adorable and what a cute treat for a child’s birthday party.
    I have done Santa hats using Bugles so will have to give these a try.
    Thank you

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    • Thank you Colleen! I actually took these to a 40th birthday party … pretty sure that her little kiddos enjoyed them 😉 Bugles are one of those multifunctional foods!!!

      P.S. Colleen, are you getting emails from me again???

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      • No I’m not getting your emails, but when I have the chance I do come to your blog just to see what’s going on and what sweet treats you have come up with.

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  2. Miss you. You have gone MIA on us :{ Kidding; as I know you must be a busy person like most of us. Just hope all is well with you on your end.
    Hope you come back soon. Miss not seeing your sweet, simple creations.

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