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  • Decatur, TX

2 X 4 Candy Corn

1 Hour
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Here's another little 2 x 4 wood project that's fun to add to your Halloween decor.
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Last year I showed you my 2 x 4 Black Cats and Pumpkin. You can see those here: http://www.hometalk.com/2388076/2x4-black-cats-pumpkins
This year we've made some 2 x 4 Candy Corn! Are they not the cutest? I love them!
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Our corns measure 5", 4" and 3 1/2". The size is up to you, we just decided to make 3 different sizes for our set. Using scrap 2 x 4s we cut the long sides of each corn on a 15 degree angle. My honey used a clamp to hold the small pieces of wood in place.
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Cut the first long side after securing with a clamp safely out of touch with the blade. Please wear safety glasses too please!
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Flip your block around and cut the other side with the same angle. Our chop saw has a laser guide which helped to show exactly where the cut would go.
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Next my honey used a file to round off the edges. He held it still using the clamp again.
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Last step is the white paint. Tape off your section, paint on 3 coats of white paint, remove the tape and let it all dry thoroughly under the ceiling fan. You can visit our blog for step by step details on how I did the painting.
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For my final touches, I used the mouse sander again and distressed the top and front sides. Then I added a bit of raffia to go along with the look of my black cats and pumpkin and I was done!
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Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!

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