Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Waffle Cone Cornucopia Tutorial

Here's a little something my friend, Margie, taught me to make last year. In case you didn't bookmark it, here you go...

We used her steamer to flatten the cones.
Once inside, put the lid on, and wait for a minute and a half.
They will flatten, like so:
VERY QUICKLY, take it out and shape, like so:
Next, fill with fun Fall-colored candy.
Last... wrap in plastic wrap, add ribbon and card. ENJOY!!
The big day is almost here. Is everyone at your house getting excited? We altered a little "Goddess" costume over here last night. : )
Happy Fall,
Mary Lou

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33 comments:

vivian said...

what a great idea! I think I'm going to try it. perfect for thanksgiving place settings!
thanks for sharing
xo
vivian

PⒿ @ $ € € ₦$ ₣®0₥... said...

This is AWESOME! Honestly, could you have ideas that were any cuter or more clever?????

marie said...

Thanks for sharing this again...I was just thinking about these and couldn't remember who posted about them last year. Perfect timing!!

Busy Bee Suz said...

I love this idea!!!!!
A goddess??? Can't wait to see this!

Jacqueline said...

A little hocus pocus fun I see is brewing down your way. I love the fun times of Halloween. I've never taken it seriously, it's pure fun and you always succeed at rolling out the fun times for us to follow.

I apologize for being so late and absent. I'm adjusting to working full time again and quite frankly, my energy has been low and tired. Need a good iron build up and a good dose of cute should do the trick!

Happy trick or treat week!
~Jacqueline~

Linda said...

This is an adorable idea...thanks for sharing it! Your header is TOO wonderful!!

Lynn said...

Those look wonderful. I have never seen those little corn candy before. Do you mind sharing where you found them? I agree with Vivian, a cute ideal for Thanksgiving!
Hugs,
Lynn

Mercy Otis/The Stone House said...

I have seen these before, but had forgotten how to do them. How fun they look!
Thanks!
Enjoy your day!
Mercy
Have also enjoyed your past posts....i'v just been bad at commenting....sorry sorry sorry.

Rhissanna said...

First of all, that is just crazily amazing and I may be buying cones today if I can work out how to steam them.

Secondly, thank you SO MUCH for your sweet comment on my skeleton fairies! Thank you!

Heidi@TheCraftMonkey said...

what a fun idea! Love those!!

GrandmaBev said...

What a fun cornucopea. Thanksgiving will be here before we know it.

Carrie @ Cottage Cozy said...

How adorable is that? Love it...

soraya3 ღ said...

GREAT POST THANKS FOR SHARING LOVES FROM HOLLAND!

Christie Bryant said...

What a fun project, totally need to make these with my kids!
Love your front porch decor! You have such an amazing eye for detail!

xoxo

~Crystal said...

What a great idea! I love it!! Thanks for sharing. :)

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

What a clever idea! And you Fall candy is too pretty to eat! HAVE FUN!!! ♥♥♥

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

This is so darn cute...I could never come up with something like this. Thanks for sharing again. Have a great weekend!

blessedmom's simple home said...

What a great idea! I'm going to show this to my daughters. They'll love it. Do you mind if I pin it on Pinterest?
Have a great weekend!
Blessings,
Marcia

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Great idea - thanks for sharing it with us. I am trying to be good and not indulge in the treats to much this year - so far it is not working. :D
Thanks for stopping by. I did the editing on the daisy in picasa. I need to take the time and try picnik out.

Deb @ Paper Turtle said...

Oh my gosh, Mary Lou, these are adorable. I think you just solved my Thanksgiving party favor challenge. I'm going to buy a package of cones and see how well I can steam/bend them and go from there. Thanks for the inspiration! :o) xo

Jenn "Rook No. 17" said...

What an awesome technique for a wonderful and original fall treat!
Pinning this to my "Thanksgiving" board.

Jenn

Jacqueline said...

Twas the night before Halloween and Jacqueline came to visit and say boo!
Love to you!

Celestial Charms said...

Such a cute and useful idea!
Maureen

Mimi Sue said...

I'm definitely making some of these this year. Although we'll be at my dil's for dinner. But they'll be great for the ladies I VT. Mimi

Jennifer said...

Oh! So cute! Who knew you could flatten a sugar cone! Love it!
Thanks for sharing at Show & Share!

Jennifer said...

Oh! And I'm also featuring this in tomorrow's Show & Share! Hope you'll come grab a button!

Lorraine said...

Super cute. I should do this for the girls' teachers!

Mimi said...

HI!!!
SORYY for being MIA----
I love this!!!
I am Hosting Novemeber's bunco...so that is a GREAT idea for each lady!!!I will make this....where do I get that corn candy????I can get M&M's and pumpkins and or candy corn.......but love that corn candy!!!!
What a Great party idea!!!
hugs,
jamie

Ramblings of a Southern Girl ~ Rhonda G said...

Very Cute and Clever Idea!

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Momma Button said...

How cute! I may try this with the kidlets for Thanksgiving. (popped over from Handy Man, Crafty Woman)

Trish and Bonnie @ Uncommon said...

Just wanted to let you know we featured this on our blog today! Happy Thanksgiving!

http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/2011/11/thanksgiving-appetizers-and-sweetsyum.html

Katalina Jewelry said...

This is the first cornucopia of any kind that I've ever liked! Great idea! I pinned it.

Marie said...

Such a cute idea! So glad you linked up with us!

Marie
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