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! 

You will need: Air Dry Clay Paint (white, pink and yellow) Bristle brush (e.g. washing up brush) Cutting tool Glue gun

You will need:
Air Dry Clay
Paint (white, pink and yellow)
Bristle brush (e.g. washing up brush)
Cutting tool
Glue gun

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!

Step 3

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

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