Our horns of plenty were made using crepe paper (for the liner) and card stock (for the outer cone) printed with a quarter-circle design.

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Comments (8)

Anonymous
April 3, 2016
The best tape to use for holding the cones closed is TAPEDGE a permanent double-sided tape by Country Meadow Ltd.
Anonymous
January 13, 2016
Good afternoon, I could tell if you sell these cones wedding. I need to buy, whether in Miami or Tampa. Thank you!
Anonymous
September 12, 2010
double sided tape didn't hold for me either. I punched a [filtered] near the top of each end and secured with a brass brad. much more stable!
Anonymous
August 20, 2010
So no one had any issues with the tape staying in place? I am using double-sided and yet, the tape won't hold.
speedygonzalez190
August 24, 2008
I made these cones for a wedding, and they were a big success, we had a candy table and used them for favors, they didnot take any time at all to do I made 200 of them them. they were great!!!
Anonymous
August 5, 2008
I also copied the pictures into a word document and could change the colors some there. I have the newer version of Word, so personally it was easier. Just click on the picture in adobe and right click to copy and paste to word, there you can change sizes and colors. Hope this helps!!
Anonymous
July 10, 2008
Use a different color paper instead of white.
Anonymous
July 10, 2008
I love the pattern; however, I'm having trouble trying to figure out how to change the color of the cone to suit our wedding theme. If you can, PLEASE help me by providing a step-by-step on how to do this. Thanks so much!