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DIY Jewelry Holder Shaped Like an Ice Cream

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Do you think your room is boring? Then you’ll definitely like this tasty candy buffet decorating ideas. Start by making a cool jewelry holder shaped like a dropped ice cream.
Check out the video above to learn how to make your own!
  • diy jewelry holder shaped like an ice cream
Take a paper circle and three baubles.
Attach the baubles to the paper.
  • diy jewelry holder shaped like an ice cream
Cover them with hot glue. Don’t spare the glue to make it flow down like a melting ice cream.
  • diy jewelry holder shaped like an ice cream
Apply several layers.
  • diy jewelry holder shaped like an ice cream
When dry, paint the balls bright. Turquoise, pink and yellow. Create your own palette.
Ok, the paint is dry and matt. The balls look like real ice cream.
  • diy jewelry holder shaped like an ice cream
Remove the paper base.
  • diy jewelry holder shaped like an ice cream
Make an eye-catching cone from color cardboard. Fasten the edge with the hot glue.
  • diy jewelry holder shaped like an ice cream
Attach the cone to the ice-cream. Keep in mind it should look like it dropped down onto the table.
It’s hot and the ice cream continues to melt. Add more glue.
  • diy jewelry holder shaped like an ice cream
Paint the new pouring.
  • diy jewelry holder shaped like an ice cream
Wow, it looks cool! We wish we could eat the ice cream.
You can be sure you’ll be the only one to get this awesome jewelry holder. Make you room unique!

If you're like this project, check out our youtube channel OR our super cool website
Thanks so much for reading/watching!

Materials I used for this project:

  • Color cardboard and paper
  • Three baubles
  • Hot glue gun
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To see more: http://troomtroom.com/6-diy-candy-buffet-room-decor-ideas

Got a question about this project?

  • Jewell Martin
    Jewell Martin Mesquite, TX

    Very cute. Not durable with a cardboard cone and the tiny point on top. My sister, who does all kinds of plastic and resin foods, would get a kick out of this. Best wishes 😇

  • Kathy
    Kathy Chicago, IL

    Nope

  • Beabarbo
    Beabarbo Port Angeles, WA

    I am constantly amazed at the ingenuity of the things I see posted, whether I personally like them or not isn't the point. You were creative and I will applaud that any day! It also gave me an idea for creating props for my community theater, thanks

  • Jennifer
    Jennifer Central, SC

    Very clever. I love your creativity.

  • Jen VanTassel

    Nice fir a 3-12 yr olds room.

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