Everyone who gets week in the knees with the mere sight of sweet treats surely knows the heavenly flavour of candy corns. And that’s what makes those little decadent candies a festive staple for the kids and grown-ups alike. Get a lot more creative with the candy, working up one or more of these yummy-looking candy corn crafts, making holidays even more special.
1. Bright, Fluffy Candy Corn Pompom Wreaths
Can any holiday decor be complete without beautiful wreaths charming the front door? Even cuter when those wreaths are inspired by the yummylicious holiday treat, candy corn. These wreaths are a lovely assembly of bright, fluffy and super soft pom poms in a color combination of white, yellow and orange – exactly like a real candy corn.
Idea Details : littlemisscelebration
2. Candy Corn Vases with Water Beads
An insanely stunning centerpiece, this trio of vases is loaded with water beads that form a pattern of 3 colors, i.e. yellow, orange and white. You are going to need tall glass vases, water, glass bowls or plastic bins, and of course, clear and colored water beads. To glorify things a little, you can always add letters or designs on the vases using black adhesive vinyl.
Idea Details : hydrangeahippo
3. DIY Basics: Ombre Wine Bottles
Give an all new purpose to old wine bottles, turning them into a stunning fall centerpiece. The key here to making the bottles look like cute candy corns is to add splashes of spray paint on them to create an ombre of white, orange and yellow. Decorate the bottles with mini pumpkins, leaves, twigs, or real candy corns, and voila!
Idea Details : brit
4. Color Block Candy Corn Pillow
Color blocking, blending one or more colors with each other in a beautifully geometric fashion comes into play to yield these cozy pillows in a candy corn theme. To get started with the project, you are going to need pillow form, colored fabric, fabric for pillow back panels, coordinating thread, a sewing machine, shears, thread, rotary cutter, and mat.
Idea Details : positivelysplendid
5. Candy Corn Mason Jars for Halloween
This festive season, serve all the candy in adorable mason jars that themselves are adorned with the three candy corn hues. Apart from storing candy, you can use the jars to store just about anything you want – straws, homemade edible treats and much more! The candy corn jars call for washi tape, sandpaper, clear coat matte finish spray, paint, and mason jars.
Idea Details : masonjarcraftslove
6. Paper Plate Candy Corn
Although these cuties resemble a true candy corn, they are actually super easy-to-make paper plate crafts that even the kiddos can pull off right from the very scratch. Paper plate cut outs are painted in stripes of white, orange and red to make them apt for a fall home decor. Arrange them into garlands or adhere to the walls or windows, and voila!
Idea Details : gluedtomycraftsblog
7. Candy Corn Footprints
Frame your little one’s footprints in an artwork, letting those tiny feet double up as cute candy corns accompanied with a small festive message. A patterned paper of your choice work great as the backdrop, while the footprints are printed on black construction paper using acrylic paints. Once you have framed it, you can keep the finished piece as a memory forever.
Idea Details : jugglingwithkids
8. DIY Candy Corn Pine Cones
Two of the most popular festive staples, candy corns and pinecones come together in one single craft inspiration that you can pull off in just a matter of few minutes. All you need to do is coat pinecones with spray paint in white, orange and yellow, creating sections of each color to bring out the candy corn appeal. Make them more special with glitter sprinkles.
Idea Details : whoneedsacape
9. Popsicle Stick Candy Corn
Popsicle sticks have been used for DIY projects since ages, and here’s yet another inspiration that turns 6 popsicle sticks into a candy corn shape. Next, you need to apply the three colors, i.e. white, yellow and orange of paint on the sticks in a layered fashion. The other supplies you need include some paint brushes and school glue.
Idea Details : gluedtomycraftsblog
10. DIY Candy Corn Pom Poms
No one would imagine that pom poms could look like candy corns that are going to be a perfect decoration for the festive season. The idea is to work up a combination of yellow, orange and white yarn into pom poms using store-bought pompom maker, further trimming them to bring out the candy corn shape. It doesn’t take more than a few minutes to get it done!
Idea Details : zakkalife