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  • Jessica Zanchettin

    Winter Party idea? Fun kid Christmas activity: Turn upside down ice cream cones into christmas trees & decorate! This is what we will do this year, instead of gingerbread house!

  • Christine Walker

    Great Kindergarten Buddy Idea! Instead of gingerbread houses (which are WAY hard): Turn ice cream cones into christmas trees & decorate. Love it! Yessssss kids projects!!

  • Tiffany Goldman

    Fun kid Christmas activity: Turn ice cream cones upside down and decorate into christmas trees! Great for gingerbread houses too!

  • Kristen Grimes

    Cone Trees ~ Instead of gingerbread houses turn ice cream cones into Christmas trees & decorate

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