Make this adorable craft project using clear, plastic ornaments from the Dollar Tree, craft paint, permanent markers or vinyl, and some candy corn, M&M's and those little candy-coated cake decorating balls.
Halloween Candy Ornaments
They are a fun and bright Halloween craft, and the best part is...they are inexpensive and easy!
Before getting started, you will want to remove the little silver caps and wash the ornaments inside and out with warm, soapy water. Let them dry completely.
Meanwhile, use your craft paint to color the tops. I used green for the Jack 'O Lanterns, white for the ghost, and black for the werewolf. These little clips worked perfectly for holding the tops while painting and drying!
Although I used my Cricut Explore to make the faces, you can always use craft paint or even a permanent marker.
The finished Halloween Candy Ornaments are perfect for holiday decoration, Halloween parties, or even to pass out to Trick-or-Treaters!
To get the full tutorial, and for more crafts, recipes and holiday fun, head on over to the Bullock's Buzz blog!
- Clear plastic ornaments
- Die-cutting machine or paint
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Published October 15th, 2015 9:32 AM
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