Sponsored by The Bountiful Basket

By Jaqueline Gutierrez

Hey Guys and Gals,

We’re well into football season and no game day party is complete without some adorable football-themed party decorations. Keeping in theme with our previous crafts, these snack cones are simple to make. We make a quick holder for the cones to keep in them upright, but a metal ice cream cone holder would also work and save you some time.

 

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We’d love to see your creations. Tag us with #iegoodtimes and we might repost it.

If you like our craft, leave us a comment below. We'd love to hear from you. Remember to follow us on Facebook and Twitter, so you don't miss the next DI-WednesdaY

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Game Day Snack Cones


Supplies:

Brown construction paper or cardstock

Paper plate

Scissors

Silver permanent marker

Disposable plastic cup

Black streamer

Tape

Snacks

Cones:

  1. Take the paper plate and draw a larger semicircle on the paper -- not halfway like a semi-circle usually is, but more of two-thirds of the circle. Draw three lines within the circle to resemble a peace sign.
  2. Use scissors to cut out the shape and along the lines. It should produce two tringles with one rounded side.
  3. Use the silver marker to draw on football stiches.
  4. Roll the tringle so the two corners of the round side meet and it forms a cone. Use tape to secure the cone together.

Cone Stand:

  1. Draw black stripes to resemble a referee’s shirt on the paper plate; cut out four holes.
  2. Tape the plastic cup to the center of the underside of the plate.
  3. Cut strips of streamer the length of the space between the table and the plate. Tape them around the perimeter of the plate to make a skirt.
  4. Fill the cones with snacks and place them in the stand. Enjoy!

 

Thanks to Bountiful Baskets for its sponsorship of our DI-WednesdaY series. Its creative gift baskets gave us the inspiration to kick start our craftiness. Thanks, Bountiful Baskets!

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