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Candy Corn Wreath

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This Candy Corn Wreath is the easiest wreath you'll make this fall! It's also a kid-friendly craft, which means your little helpers can join in on the fun.
Time: 1 Hours Cost: $15-20 Difficulty: Easy
All you need are candy corns, some pretty ribbon, a little bit of paint, some glue (craft glue if you're doing this craft with kids...a glue gun if no kids are involved, and a wooden craft ring.
You can also add some cute letters at the bottom to say something fun like, "BOO" or "EEK" to stick with the Halloween theme.
Start by painting the craft ring black. Once the paint is dry, use your craft glue (or glue gun) and glue a few candy corns at a time to the ring. I alternated the direction they were facing to make them all fit.
If you're using a glue gun, they'll dry right away. If you're using craft glue, let it sit until it's completely dry.
Once dry, you can add the ribbon, which you'll use to hang the wreath.
This craft looks like it takes a long time, but I promise it doesn't. It will look great on your front door, or you can keep it inside!
For more info, pictures, and tips for storing (and tricks for making this last if you put it outside), see the full tutorial on my blog.

To see more: http://www.carrieelle.com/2014/09/diy-candy-corn-wreath.html

Ask the creator about this project

  • Hannah V
    Hannah V Brooklyn, NY
    on Oct 21, 2015

    Absolutely love! Candy corn is one of my favorite parts of Fall- I love the look of it! :)

    • CarrieElle
      CarrieElle Wylie, TX
      on Oct 21, 2015

      @Hannah V Thank you! It's one of my favorites!

  • Joyce Overbay
    Joyce Overbay Church Hill, TN
    on Oct 23, 2015

    Very cute but I do think the ribbon needs to be a bigger bow with lots more ribbon.

    • CarrieElle
      CarrieElle Wylie, TX
      on Oct 23, 2015

      @Joyce Overbay I would do a bigger ribbon next time too...I wanted to use ribbon I could just pull through the holes on the ring to hang with, but I'd do something a little fancier next time.

  • Delores W
    Delores W Atlanta, GA
    on Oct 23, 2015

    in Georgia with our woods in the backyards and beyond. I could never put a candy corn wreath on my front door. every insect in the 5 mile radius would think it is Thanksgiving. hahahaha!!!

    • CarrieElle
      CarrieElle Wylie, TX
      on Oct 23, 2015

      @Delores W I varnished it! I actually keep it inside now because I noticed the sun was shining right on it during the afternoon and I was afraid it would fade.

  • Delores W
    Delores W Atlanta, GA
    on Oct 23, 2015

    but it is cute though!

  • Angie Daniel Moore
    Angie Daniel Moore
    on Oct 23, 2015

    Did you add some type sealer to it? It's so cute, I'd love to keep it for a few Halloweens!

    • CarrieElle
      CarrieElle Wylie, TX
      on Oct 23, 2015

      @Angie Daniel Moore Yes, I sealed it with a spray varnish. This will be its second Halloween and it looks good as new!

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