Easy Candy Corn Light Bulbs

4 Materials
10 Minutes
This super cute candy corn light bulb craft that is easy enough for a child to make (with adult supervision). They can be strung on a ribbon as a banner, hung in a window as décor, or set up in on your table on a dish or nestled on a table as part of a centerpiece!
• Take the tops off your light bulb shaped ornaments by pinching the metal part together, and sliding the top off (be careful, they might be sharp).
• Start with white pom-pom balls, put one at the top then push it down with a pencil.

• Repeat the previous step until your bulb is 1/3 of the way full.

• Move on to the next color, orange pom-poms. Repeat until your bulb is 2/3 way full.
• Now finish with your last color, yellow pom-poms, repeat step 2 with yellow pom-poms until your light bulb is full.

• Punch your 2 metal prongs to put the top back on, slide the prongs back inside the top and push down to cap off.
• Now you can display your easy Candy Corn Light Bulb Craft by sliding a ribbon (white, yellow, orange) on the top of the ornaments and stringing them together as a banner, hung in a window, off a tree or put them in a dish for a centerpiece!

This is so adorable and easy to do! There are plastic and glass crafting light bulbs you can purchase, and I linked below. Note that some do not have a hanger and some do. If you plan on hanging these as a banner, you may want to go with the ones that have a hanger at the end.
Suggested materials:
  • 3pk Plastic Light Bulb Ornaments
  • Pom-Pom Balls (Yellow, White and Orange)
  • A strand of ribbon (Yellow, White and Orange)
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