Making faux ice cream for the craft class I taught, has to be one of my favorite new things to craft. Not only was it simple to make, it was made using Dollar Tree products.
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Items I used to make the ice cream
Craft Smart Acyrlic Paint in Brown and Pink Blast
Good Cook Ice Cream Scoop (I liked this kind because it made the scoops more uniform in shape)
I mixed the spackle, and just a teeny bit of water in a plastic container. As you stir it, it becomes the consistency of ice cream.
Using an ice cream scoop with a spring handle makes the prettiest ice cream. If you don't like how one turns out, that's okay, you can put it back in the bowl re-scoop it. The scoop in the bottom left has a little bit more water mixed in, which made it have a softer look. Place the scoops on a piece of wax paper to dry. I was able to make 3 scoops from one small container of spackle.
There are two ways you can make the colored ice cream. You can mix the paint into the spackle, or you can paint them when they are dry which is what I did. I mixed the brown and the pink with Dollar Tree white acrylic paint until I got the colors I liked to make the strawberry and chocolate ice cream.
Just a heads up, it's best to not be hungry when you are making these because they really look like real ice cream.
When the scoops were dry I put them in a glass dessert bowl. I think I got these at Dollar Tree awhile back, but since they no longer have the stickers on them, I am not sure.
If desired you can add faux chocolate syrup, faux whip cream or even faux cherries from Hobby Lobby to your ice cream. I will be making some more of ice cream treats in the near future, and posting more faux ice cream DIYS.
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