Fake Melted Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Cone

$32.95

Mint chocolate chip ice cream cone tipped over and and sitting in a puddle of melted ice cream. Each item is approximately 6″ x 3″ x 4″.

Description

Oh no, someone dropped their ice cream cone! Not to worry, while this product may look incredibly real, it is actually fake.

Product Details:

– 1 waffle cone on top of a single scoop of melting ice cream
– Measures approximately 6″ x 3″ x 4″
– Unique spill pattern as each item is handmade
– Great for display, decoration, or to be used as a prop

Check out our other listings for all four available flavors, vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, and mint chocolate chip.

Due to the fact that our items are handcrafted, the color, size, and shape may slightly vary from the photos. Items may be cleaned using a damp cloth.

How It Is Made

A lot of time and attention goes into creating our melting ice cream cones. To begin, our production team casts a mold of an actual waffle cone. Then, a mixture of our proprietary ingredients is hand poured into the mold and left to set before it is ready to be colored. After the waffle cone replicas are ready to be removed from the molds, our employees airbrush each cone in order to make it look good enough to eat. Next, our fake food artists create the dough and create the color combinations for the melting ice cream scoops. The cone and the scoop are then assembled, but one step still remains. The final step is the application of the spill. The production team hand pours each melting puddle after which, the melting ice cream cones are ready to be packaged. It is truly a labor of love to produce these unique holiday fake desserts.

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**This item is for decorative purposes only. It is not edible and is not meant to be played with.**

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