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Melting Ice Cream by snoday Melting Ice Cream by snoday
I went ahead and made it a charm, though I'm sure it won't look right unless it's sitting on something.

I had some fun with this one. ("Oh noes, someone left a melting ice cream cone on my tablet") *giggles*

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Made from: Sculpey ;D
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Hil7 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2011
This is one of the best waffle cones I've seen! Not too loooong, nor to squat! Lovely proportion...and the melting icecream is SO well done! :D
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Hil7 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2011
*too...got it right the first time...:unimpressed:
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MotherMayIjewelry Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2008  Professional Artisan Crafter
cool, looks like mine :boogie: although i like your cone waaaaay batter...I mean better. what did you make the cone with?
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snoday Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2008
Haha, Someone asked me that once before. It's kind of hard to explain. (Maybe I'll post a tutorial.)

I got this molding stuff at a craft store. (It's hard to miss. You mix one ball of the yellow stuff with the same-size ball of the white stuff. It's stiffer than most other molds, kinda like playdough.) So I made a small ball and squished it flat like a pancake and smoothed it out. Then I took a piece of metal (kinda like a needle, but a tad thicker) and made a criss-cross pattern on the molding (being careful to make sure it's even).

Once the molding set up, I just took a tiny bit of clay and pushed it into the mold. (That way not all the cones look exactly the same.) Then I wrapped it around a tiny cone-shaped piece of clay to help it hold it's shape. (If you do it right, you can remove that part later to add an eye pin, but if you're making the cone up-side right, you may not have to.)
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MotherMayIjewelry Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2008  Professional Artisan Crafter
i had to come back and read this again because i totally forgot about it and was too brain dead feeling to comprehend it the first time i read this. haha. now i've totally got it. thanks so much....a month later ;P
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snoday Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2008
Haha, I totally know how you feel. I was so burnt out from school, I did nothing but veg for 2 weeks.
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MotherMayIjewelry Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2008  Professional Artisan Crafter
haha, nice ;)
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MotherMayIjewelry Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2008  Professional Artisan Crafter
can you make a tutorial that would be so awesome!
i turned my melting cone into a magnet. try it!
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AceAttorneygirl Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
looks real XD
really cool^^
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DibbityDan Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2008
hehe, i like that, but i want to know what you made it with.
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