Scoops of Joy: Ice Cream Cone Garland

Free printable ice cream cone garland and summer

What does summer scream more than ice cream?? Create a simple, paper ice cream garland and hang the matching ice cream summer print for instant decor!

Summer colors with friends
I love how I saved this stained tablecloth by painting it in summer colors with a paint roller. It looks perfect on my citrus summer colors!

Happy happy nests

My favorite colors for the summer are mainly tan and navy blue sapphire. To match my Serena & Lily placemats, I created these inexpensive versions. They are super easy to make, and I love The fun accent of the color.

Discover these DIY trays with graduation made from wooden bowls and candle holders.

This refreshing ice cream cone garland and this summer print are the perfect decor for summer colors.

Five different colors for Christmas

Check out this gorgeous summer color palette for the holidays

You can design your ice cream cone banner with colors that match your home. I used bright and cheerful colors for mine that matched the colors of the ice cream print I created. I love the bright and cheerful colors for the summer!

More colorful summer projects

Scrapbook Paper Bags

For the cones, I used Paper from my new Peaceful Heart Pebbles collection. This new line is so pretty and the rainbow paper was perfect to complement the bright and cheerful colors of the yarn!

Make a DIY ice cream cone banner

In just a few minutes you can create this adorable ice cream cone banner. It is perfect to decorate your fireplace or your shelf this summer. It’s also a fun idea for a summer birthday or a family party. Just create the ice cream cone banner and print the free ice cream cone printout. Do you recognize this feeling?? It’s from a popular song from the 80s by Modern English!

Ice Cream Cone Banner Accessories

Here are the supplies to make this banner!

  • Yarn (I have 7 different colors)
  • Scrapbook Paper (I used 3 different models from my new Peaceful Heart Pebbles collection-you can find it in JoAnn stores!)
  • Pom Pom Maker (I used a very large pom pom Maker from the corner of the hook)
  • Wire or thread
  • A big needle for the eyes
  • Glue Gun

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