**2** **Method 2 of 3:** **Making a Paper Cone Using the Folding Method**

- Cut out a wide triangle.
- Roll the far corners of your paper into the centre.
- Make adjustments to your cone.
- Fold the loose edges into the cone's opening.
- Tape the cone.

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- Draw a large circle on paper with a compass and pencil.
- Cut the circle out with scissors.
- Fold the circle in half, then fold in half again.
- Pin the paper circle to fabric (skip this step if you are making a paper cone), then cut out the fabric circle.

To draw a cone you will want to draw a vertical line to establish the middle of the cone. Next you should construct a triangle using that vertical line which will bisect the triangle into two even halves. Draw lightly. You want your shading to eventually cover all of your initial lines.

**Store-Bought Dog Cone Alternatives:**

- Soft Collars.
- Flexible Fabric E-Collars.
- Inflatable E-Collars.
- Onesies or Clothing.

Cones are often made with poster board by **rolling the board, taping it in the desired position, and then trimming the opening until it is even**. However, this method can prove problematic as the rounded base of a cone can be difficult to trim evenly, especially when made of a tough substance like poster board.

**Follow these instructions to create gorgeous Christmas tree paper cones for your friends and family.**

- Cut the Card Stock. You can print out a cone template and apply it to your card stock.
- Roll the Cone. Roll the cone to a point at one end.
- Attach the Tape.
- Tape and Staple the Cone.
- Embellish the Cone (optional)

The easiest way to make a cone is to **start with a semicircle, then overlap the straight edges until they form a cone shape**. If you want to get more specific, however, you should start with a circle instead, then cut a wedge out.

**2** **Method 2 of 3:** **Making a Paper Cone Using the Folding Method**

- Cut out a wide triangle.
- Roll the far corners of your paper into the centre.
- Make adjustments to your cone.
- Fold the loose edges into the cone's opening.
- Tape the cone.

A cone is a three-dimensional shape in geometry that narrows smoothly from a flat base to a point called the apex or vertex. **A number of edges zero, the number of vertices is zero and the number of the face is 1**.

A cone is **a 3D shape consisting of a circular base and once continuous curved surface tapering to a point (the apex) above the centre of the circular base**.

Vertices, edges and faces

Name | Faces | Vertices |
---|---|---|

Cuboid | 6 (all rectangles) | 8 |

Cylinder | 3 | 0 |

Cone | 2 | 1 |

Sphere | 1 | 0 |

**Making a Cone**

- Step 1: Circle. Make any size circle.
- Step 2: Cut. Cut out the circle.
- Step 3: Triangle? Using a straightedge, make a triangle in your circle.
- Step 4: Cut Again. Cut out the triangle ou.
- Step 5: Overlap. Bring the ends of the "PacMan" together to form a cone.
- Step 6: Tape.
- Step 7: Paint and Have Fun.

The first DIY dog cone on our list is the **towel cone**. If you want a comfy alternative, you've found it with this towel dog collar from Dog Training Nation. It's as easy as wrapping a folded towel around your dog's neck and duct taping it in place — that is, if your dog is willing to stand there while you fit it.

Dated : 24-Jun-2022

Category : Education