And as the DT were very keen to know how I had made them I have done this tutorial - its really easy!!
You need some 12x12 cardstock or double sided patterned paper. The cone is made up of a triangle, 10cm x 18cm.
As I was using black cardstock and decorating it, I also used a triangle 9.5cm x17.5cm.
1. Butt the larger triangle up against the edge of the cardstock and draw round the triangle. You might want to have a fiddle around before you start to make sure you position the first triangle so they all fit on! Move the triangle round so its butted up against the edge of the last one and draw round it. Repeat until you have a 4 triangle fan shape.
You will also need to have a tab on the edge of the last one so you can attach the edges of the triangles together.
2. Now score down the edges of the triangles and the tab ...
Authentique Enchanted ).
5. Now it is time to decorate the cone - you can do what ever you like, but this is what I did.
I used some orange webbing and added dst to it, before pleating it round the base of the cone. It works better with the dst attached to the ribbon rather than the cone.
webbing round I added some gingham ribbon and tied a bow.
webbing using a mini stapler - it just gives it a better grip, necessary for small hands and lots of sweets!!!
Kraftin' Kimmie's Wicked Witch and Whimsy's Hazel. I coloured them in using promarkers and copics. The diecuts are all from my lovely DT friends - I don't really do Halloween so needed a little help on the diecut front. But there is a fab range of dies in the shop.
If you don't want to make Halloween ones, they are great for holding small presents, chocolates, and little Christmas treats.