Craft Ideas to Celebrate National Ice Cream Month

This July marks the 31st anniversary of National Ice Cream Month! In 1984 President Ronald Reagan declared July the month to celebrate all-things ice cream. But let’s be honest – do we really need a special holiday to show our love for ice cream?! If you have ice cream fanatics in your house (and chances are good there’s at least one), this week’s roundup celebrates the cold summertime treat we all scream for.

End of Summer Ice Cream Kid Craft

Which ice cream flavor is your favorite? Have your child show off their favorite with this fun ice cream cone craft from Glued to My Crafts.

Puffy Paint Ice Cream Cones

Shaving cream as fake ice cream?! OK! Crafty Morning shows you how to turn the bathroom staple into fake ice cream that’s perfect to craft with.

Edible Stamp Art

Everything about this project is tasty, from the ink to the stamps. View from the Fridge shares this recipe for a ready-to-eat craft project that uses ice cream cones as stamps!

Make Pom Pom Ice Cream Cones for Kids

Get ready to expand your play food offering! The Darice blog shares this how-to for making yarn-inspired ice cream cones.

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