Fake Ice Cream Cone Kit


We've all experienced the odd sadness of melting ice cream in a summer of sweltering heat and sugary cravings. While sad, there's a kind of delight with the way ice cream melts, and this DIY Fake Ice Cream kit is here to play with that in mind. 

Learn how to make a fake melted ice cream cone with this fun kit! You will learn how to make a messy, melting scoop of ice cream (and toppings if you wish) using clay, paint, and paint mediums, which help make the melting seem so natural and flowing.

Using this kit can help you think about the beauty there is in something messy and crazy. The finished melting ice creams can be used for pranks or as a silly object whose company you can enjoy (especially since you made it!).

 Kit Includes:
  • Handmade ceramic cone
  • Acrylic paint
  • Air-dry clay
  • Acrylic tar gel
  • Parchment paper
  • Paintbrush 
  • Instructional zine

This is an exclusive Jenny Lemons x Reniel Del Rosario kit.

About the artist:

Reniel Del Rosario (born Iba, Philippines) is an artist who works primarily in ceramics. His practice is often paired with humor and installation with finished works, often ending in large numbers of ceramic objects made to reference, look like, and critique various already-existing objects from history, art history, and pop culture in imperfect copies. His projects have ranged from mimicking businesses to reimagining lost cultural artifacts to replicating the mundane and banal in alternative and 'odd' compositions. Throughout all his work, Reniel aims to entertain and bewilder audiences with the fusion of familiarity and absurdity.