Thursday, June 16, 2011

Simple DIY Favor Cones

Real Simple Homemade Favor Cones! We love party favor cones!We love how they look, how they add the next level of interest to a party, how you can fill them candy or something else, and we love how easy these ones are to make!
With only three easy to find items, you can make a bunch in not time for your next party!

This is all you need:
Birthday party hats. Unicorn lollipops. Tape.
Treats to fill the cones.

What to do:
Cut off the elastic string.
Poke the stick of the lollipop through the inside on the hat so it comes through the top.
 Secure with a piece of tape.

Fill your cones

We hope you are inspired to try your hand at making candy cones for your next party!
If you are wanting to purchase some really cool posh Kany Kones check out Posh Party Pretties!

Remember, keep it Homespun!

Blessed are all who fear the Lord,
who walk in his ways.
You will eat the fruit of your labor;
blessings and prosperity will be yours.
Proverbs 128:1-2

Homespun With Love

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  1. What a great idea! I love it. It would be so great to have these at a birthday party matching the rest of the decor. So much better than the plastic bags.

    :) Michelle

  2. That is such a fabulous idea! How simple are those?! Thanks for linking up to this week's Catch a Glimpse party.

  3. This is such a GREAT idea!! I love it! I saw you on Tatertots&Jello's Weekend WrapUp : )
    Jaimee @

  4. So simple and so cute! Love the paper, too!

  5. What a great and simple way to make favor cones! Thanks for the tip!

  6. Love it! It reminds me of "Schultüten" (German for school cones). Kids that start first grade get a Schultüte for their first day of school. Filled with sweets to make the first day a little sweeter and a few school items, like pencils, erasers, .. :)
    Thank you so much for linking to {nifty thrifty things} last week!
    I hope to see you again tomorrow!

  7. Love it! What a cute favor idea! Thanks so much for linking it up to my {re}create into something new blog party! Hope to see you next week for some more awe inspiring transformations!

    Kaitlin--The Not So Simple Housewife



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