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  • Cheryl Hartbauer

    Cute idea for Thanksgiving treats: Dip tip of waffle cone in warm water for about 20 seconds then microwave for 20 seconds. Roll the softened end of the cone around a clean pencil then hold in place for 20 seconds. Little cornucopias.

  • Tricia Roberts Griffith

    Thanksgiving craft: Dip tip of waffle cone in warm water for about 20 seconds then microwave for 20 seconds. Roll the softened end of the cone around a clean pencil then hold in place for 20 seconds. Little cornucopias.

  • ~Cheryl Ruebel~

    Little Waffle Sugar Cone Cornucopias. Dip tip of waffle cone in warm water for about 20 seconds then microwave for 20 seconds. Roll the softened end of the cone around a clean pencil then hold in place for 20 seconds. #thanksgiving #treat

  • Amber Mathews

    Make a cornucopia out of an ice cream cone. Dip tip of waffle cone in warm water for about 20 seconds then microwave for 20 seconds. Roll the softened end of the cone around a clean pencil then hold in place for 20 seconds. Little cornucopias, so cute!

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Must remember for Thanksgiving next year! Dip tip of waffle cone in warm water for about 20 seconds then microwave for 20 seconds. Roll the softened end of the cone around a clean pencil then hold in place for 20 seconds. Little cornucopias.

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Sugar Cone Cornucopia. Ohhhh...you're gonna want to file this away for thanksgiving!! Using a sugar cone, dip the tip in warm water for about 20 seconds then microwave for 20 seconds. Roll the warm, moistened end around a clean pencil and hold for 20 seconds. Voila...Mini Cornucopias:) Fill with whatever you like, use as a place card... Be creative!

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Ohhhh...you're gonna want to file this away for thanksgiving!! Using a sugar cone, dip the tip in warm water for about 20 seconds then microwave for 20 seconds. Roll the warm, moistened end around a clean pencil and hold for 20 seconds. Voila...Mini Cornucopias:) Fill with whatever you like, use as a place card... Be creative!