Halloween Candy Corn Wreath

Clara Nicole
by Clara Nicole
6 Materials
45 Minutes
Candy corn is my favorite Halloween Candy! So why not incorporate that love into a wreath that's great for both Halloween AND the Fall season. In this quick DIY, I explain and show you how in a time lapse video that you too can make this wreath for your own home.
18" Grapevine Wreath
Spray one side of your 18' Grapevine outside with any glossy Black Spray paint. You will only need one but after you try your hand at this design, you'll be glad you sprayed two. You'll want to give one away or maybe even try to sell it.
Get creative with your wooden candy corn
Candy Corns can be painted in so many fun ways. Here are 2 examples of how you can paint your candy corn. Go with the simple and traditional look of the candy corn or make it fun and add black and polka dots. Get creative and give your Candy corn and an entirely different look. You can also ask a local wood crafty to paint for you or search online for wooden art.Here's the video timelapse of how I put the design together.
Find some fun Halloween picks
This is both a Halloween and Fall Wreath so you'll want to incorporate both types of picks and florals. Here is a great Halloween selection that you can tear apart and work into your design.
Greenery and Fall Foliage & Florals
I love using alot of greenery and florals in all my designs. Here's an example of some greenery florals. Be sure and bring in some orange and yellows to match the Candy Corn
Design how ever you like.
Attach your Candy Corn by stapling pipe cleaner (add hot glue over for added security) to the back and securing to vine. There are plenty of bow tutorials on Youtube and Pinterest. See which one you like best and try your hand at making one. I used a combination of 4 ribbons to make a bow and attached it to the vine with pipe cleaner. Now cut your selected florals and picks and hot glue the stems into the vine. Your stems will catch in the vine and remain all season. You cant go wrong here with where you want your florals. Have some fun and just spread them out over the top and bottom of bow. Be sure and clip excess stems that may be peaking in the back.
Candy Corn Wreath
The completed design is great for Halloween and Fall. It stands out with its bright yellows and oranges and still feels Halloween with the black and white accent touches.
Here's a quick time lapse of how I put it together.
Suggested materials:
  • Candy Corn   (Make yourself or Queen V's Designs)
  • 18" Grape Vine, Black Spray paint, Pipe cleaners   (Hobby Lobby)
  • Fall Foliage, Florals, Ribbon   (Michaels, Hobby Lobby, Joanne's Fabric)
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Clara Nicole
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