How to Make Ice Cream Cone Party Invites

Add a fun twist to handmade party invitations with our free printable template featuring a cute ice cream cone shape.
DIY Ice Cream Cone Invitations

DIY Ice Cream Cone Invitations

Add a fun, handmade twist to ordinary party invitations with a cute and clever ice cream shape. You'll need the following materials for this nifty project: several sheets of card stock in pastel colors, brown or tan textured card stock, scissors, felt-tip pen, pencil, glue stick, invitation envelopes, hole punch, ribbon and a downloadable ice cream cone template.

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Materials Needed

several sheets of card stock in assorted pastel colors
brown or tan textured card stock
scissors
felt tip pen
pencil
glue stick
invitation envelopes
hole punch
curling ribbon
ice cream cone template 1
ice cream cone template 2

Print Templates and Cut Out Designs

Download and print our free templates (above) onto regular printer paper, then cut them out (Image 1).Trace the cone template onto brown or tan card stock (Image 2). Trace the scoop template onto pastel card stock (Image 3). And, trace the solid ice cream template onto a coordinating shade of card stock, this will be back side of the invite (Image 4). Cut out all the designs (Image 5).

Assemble Front of Invite

Apply a thin line of glue along the bottom of the scoop, then attach it to the top of the cone.

Finishing Touches

Layer the invite’s front and back pieces and punch a hole at the top (Image 1). Cut a 12” length of ribbon and slide it through the hole (Image 2). Knot ribbon and curl the ends. Use a felt tip pen to write the party details inside the invite (Image 3). Finally, place the completed invitation in a color-coordinated envelope and pop them in the mail for delivery.

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