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Scented shaving cream ice cream with sprinkles

First using brown paper cut a cone shape out, and either glue or tape it on a piece of paper. 
Then mix the shavign cream with whatever color you would like and smell. (we used vanilla extract and no color for vanilla and pink food coloring and strawberry extract for the other)
Then have fun painting the ice cream on the cone, my daughter ended up doing this by hand and even though I only used two drops of food coloring to make it pink it stained her hands till we washed them off.
Once done add some sprinkles and done!
Tip- don't make the "ice cream" to thick or it will not dry.


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