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Ice Cream Sundae Kit

I realize it’s almost two weeks past Christmas and here I am still sharing things about our day. I literally have a list of about 10 things I would like to blog/vlog about. Hopefully soon I will get caught up and be writing about current things instead of being a week behind! I couldn’t share this post prior to Christmas though or the recipients would have seen their gift.

I made these really cute Ice Cream Sundae Kits for Ken and I’s siblings this year for Christmas. The idea came from a photo I seen on Pinterest. Are you on Pinterest? Follow my pages here. You can spend hours on there looking at all sorts of cool stuff from fashion, to food & recipes, vacations and more. The original idea for the Sundae Kit came from the blog Family Bites. I thought it was a really cute idea so I bought the stuff to create my own kits.

Ice Cream Sundae Kit

Steps Involved:

1. First I purchased these bowls from Anthropologie. The original idea didn’t have any kind of bowls involved, but I wanted there to be something left to enjoy once all the goodies were eaten.

2. I purchased all the goodies- M & M’s, Reese’s Pieces, Walnuts, Gummy Bears, and Chocolate Chips and clear bags to put them in.

3. I created labels on the computer using a template from a site called Anything but Perfect and I edited and resized them to fit my bags.

Ice Cream Sundae Kit

4. I purchased waffle bowls and cones and wrapped them in plastic wrap. I also purchased a jar of fudge topping and caramel topping.

5. I bought plastic containers that had snowflakes on them to hold all of the items. I used tissue paper in between all the bowls as well. I also covered everything with tissue paper to hide the gift until it was opened. Now they have a container that they could reuse for something as well.

TaDa! I thought they turned out pretty neat and I was happy that everyone seemed to like them. Everyone loves ice cream!! This could be a great gift for any occasion really.

Ice Cream Sundae Kit

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  • Reply Cindy Rush October 6, 2014 at 11:41 am

    What is the size of each bag of toppings? How many ounces?

  • Reply smizzo January 5, 2012 at 7:14 pm

    Happy New Year, Candi! I love this idea. Your homemade labels couldn’t be cuter! :)

    • Reply Candi January 5, 2012 at 7:57 pm

      Thanks Smizzo! Happy New Year to you too! When you gonna start blogging again??

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