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6 Vintage Sno-Kone Cups

Perfect to use when creating my Snow Cone Pattern (#91)!

Pattern #175 Hot Fudge & Strawberry Sundae
Meet Hot Fudge and Strawberry Sundae! These sweet snow-people measure approximately 7" tall. Made from glittered cotton batting, the Sundaes hold vintage metal ice cream spoons and sit in paper ice cream cups.

Pattern #174 Canned Snow
We've tucked a grubby snowman inside a vintage canning jar complete with an old zinc lid! Our frosty friend is made from aged and glittered aged cotton batting. He features black seed beads eyes, rusty wire *twig* arms, and a clay *carrot* nose! Five tiny rusty jingle bell are sewn to his belly. The snowman sports a green wool felt scarf. He holds a little rusty shovel ... and is right at home standing in loose glass glitter *snow*! The aged paper tag wired around the lip of the jar reads:
Let it snow!

Pattern #173 MacMuffin and His Eggs
Mac Muffin has been busy painting eggs! Made from osnaburg, this little bunny rabbit features lidded eyes, a stitched nose and whiskers. Mac is tucked in an old muffin tin along with five wooden eggs.

Pattern 172 - Be Witching
This little witch is tucked in a vintage cooking mold. She measures approximately 8” to the tip of her scrunchy black hat. Made from osnaburg, the witch features button eyes, a stitched nose, and a stitched smile. Instead of a cooking mold, she looks sweet placed in a bowl of candy corn!! Or turn her into a Halloween ornie!


Pattern 171 - Better Not Pout
This jolly little Santa is tucked in a vintage cooking mold! He measures 5½". Made from osnaburg, Santa features black bead eyes, a sculpted nose, and curly wool beard. His painted hat is trimmed with grubby chenille and embellished with a rusty jingle bell. We sewed a couple of black buttons to Santa's round belly! He holds an aged muslin banner which reads: "Better not pout!"...and a couple of tiny candy canes!