My sister-in-law got a rockin' ice cream maker for Christmas. So when her birthday rolled around last week, I knew just what to make for her: a homemade ice cream kit!
First I designed some super cute labels with my Silhouette machine (seriously, one of my favorite things ever). The labels are printed on full-page office labels. Of course, you don't need a fancy machine to cut them out, but now that I don't have to do it by hand I can add fun details like a scalloped edge with no extra work. Love that.
The white, pint-sized ice cream cartons are found at Smart & Final. The cartons and lids each come in sleeves of 25.
Then I added some delicious mix-ins from Trader Joe's. You already know about my addiction to the mini peanut butter cups, but now the Dark Chocolate Tahitian Vanilla Caramels are climbing the list. Is that not the most scrumptious sounding treat you've ever heard of? Hoo, boy.
Here is a printable label if you'd like to join the ice-cream party. Save the image and drop it into a word document to re-size and print as many times as you'd like. Personal use only, please! Email me if you want a copy of the file to print and cut from your Silhouette: firstname.lastname@example.org.