Hot August days call for some cool play, and nothing says cool like a little ice cream shop play!! Last July we had fun with making these DIY giant ice cream popsicles, and did you catch our recent painted rock ice cream cones? This mini ice cream shop is simple as can be – just print, cut, fold out and you’re on way to a deliciously fun day of popsicle play. Once you’ve finished playing with your ice cream shop, you can reuse your printable by crafting them into adorable ice cream brooches!
PLAY ICE CREAM SHOP MATERIALS:
- Ice Cream Shop Printable (download right below)
- Heavy Paper or Card Stock
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Simply print the ice cream shop printable, cut out and fold as shown. This stands up on it’s own to make a cute mini play shop or even a small stick puppet theatre. I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream shop pretend play!
Is ice cream a late summer favorite in your house too? For an icy treat as delightful as this printable and great for post-play snacking, we often like to make our own fruity ice creams – nothing beats homemade! For kid-pleasing frozen fun that’s super quick, you can also try some mini ice cream sandwiches, or greek yogurt & berry ice cream cones.
Ana Carriço is the face behind PinkNounou. Illustrator and Graphic Designer, she created the brand five years ago driven by her passion for design and illustration for children. Currently living in Lisbon with her family, Ana has a degree in Visual Design from IADE and worked for many years as a graphic designer in several Portuguese design studios. In 2012, she was featured in Jenny Doh book We Make Dolls! – Top Doll Makers Share Their Secrets & Patterns. As the brand has been growing, Ana creations have been making kids happy from Portugal to Australia. Follow Ana on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and Instagram.
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