Move over, candy corn, there’s a new Halloween candy on the block – M&M’s Candy Corn White Chocolate candies. Have you seen them? Have you tried them? While I’ve not yet eaten this newfangled m&m, I have noted the colorful Halloween candy crafts made with the bright white, orange and yellow m&ms. Because this week is all about the candy, I thought I’d share a few a few of these m&m candy crafts.
Let’s start with the Halloween Topiary made by Hanan at Lilac City Momma. Those m&ms really pop, don’t they? And how clever to display the m&m topiary in a candy corn filled jelly jar.
Jayme from Tater Twins changed it up a bit with a chevron pattern on her Halloween m&m Topiary. The spider webbing and bats add just a touch of Halloween creepy. Jayme’s tutorial will also show how to make the Candy Corn Topiary.
If bling is your thing, check out the White Chocolate Candy Corn m&m Cone over at Monica Wants It.
The Halloween m&m Wreath over at Coupons are Great adds a vivid dash of color to their Halloween mantel display. You’ll find it’s pretty easy to make, too.
If you like alliteration, how about a Mickey Mouse m&m Mosaic Wreath? If you have young ones at home, this wreath from Faithfully Free could be their absolute favorite Halloween wreath.
Have you tried the M&M’s White Chocolate Candy Corn candies? What do they taste like? And, what would you make with them? I’m very curious.
Happy candy crafting! Sharon