Air Dry Clay Melted Ice Cream

Learn how to make a melted ice cream out of air dry clay. This ice cream craft is fun for kids of any age and is simple to make! 

Learn how to make a melted ice cream out of air dry clay. This ice cream craft is fun for kids of any age and is simple to make! 

To make this air dry clay ice cream you will need:

Paint brush

Step 1 Roll some of the air dry clay into a ball, approximately 6cm in diameter. Then, using the brush, push the bristles into the clay to create a texture similar to the one in the photo.

Step 1

Roll some of the air dry clay into a ball, approximately 6cm in diameter.
Then, using the brush, push the bristles into the clay to create a texture similar to the one in the photo.

Step 2 Using another piece of clay, roll it flat (about 5mm deep) and then use a cutting tool to cut out a splatted shape. Push the ball of clay that you made onto this shape and smooth the edges so it becomes one piece. Roll a cone shape out of another bit of clay and use the cutting tool to make the markings shown in the above image. Leave the clay to dry overnight.

Step 2

Using another piece of clay, roll it flat (about 5mm deep) and then use a cutting tool to cut out a splatted shape. Push the ball of clay that you made onto this shape and smooth the edges so it becomes one piece.

Roll a cone shape out of another bit of clay and use the cutting tool to make the markings shown in the above image. Leave the clay to dry overnight.

Step 3 Once dry, paint the cone and the ice cream and stick together using the glue gun. Subscribe to my newsletter to receive fun craft ideas weekly! Please note: this blog post contains affiliate links, however all opinions are my own and I only link to products that I personally use and recommend.

Step 3

Once dry, paint the cone and the ice cream and stick together using the glue gun.

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