Candy Corn Crafts Week: A round up of Candy Corn Crafts

Welcome to Candy Corn Crafts week. I hope you’ll join us every day this week for some sweet, Halloween fun. When planning this week, I realized that it’s become a tradition to have a candy corn craft round up on Crafts ‘n Coffee, and today I’m taking a look back and linking up to earlier Halloween Candy Corn Crafts. Plus, I’m sharing my own flashback Candy Corn Craft – the very first costume I made for my daughter.

A 20-minute Halloween craft. Love this! Scrapbook papers make it super-easy.

Scrapbook papers make for a super-speedy finish.

These Super-Sized Candy Corn are super-easy. They’re only 1” wide, so they’re a great way to decorate little nooks and crannies, like windowsills and shelves.

Make it in minutes: Super-cute candy corn cones! Love the button toppers.

I made my Candy Corn Cones chocolate, but you can swap out yellow paper for the brown and make traditional candy corn.

Here’s another flash craft – a make-it-in-minutes Halloween Candy Corn Cone.

These are so sweet -- miniature candy corn made with yarn, buttons and small cones of Styrofoam.

On her blog Capture the Details, Patty explains how to turn 3″ foam cones into yarn-wrapped candy corn.

Check out the first Candy Corn Round-Up on Crafts ‘n Coffee for candy corn crafts made with yarn, ribbon, and tissue paper. It includes these adorable miniature, Yarn Candy Corns by Patty Schaffer, and this amazing Candy Corn Starburst Wreath.

This Halloween Candy Corn Starburst Wreath is so cool.

Hello, candy corn! This is one sweet welcome wreath and Kimberly shows how to make it.

Last year’s Candy Corn Craft Round-Up included this Candy Corn Halloween Yarn Wreath, and candy corn made with felt, pompoms, and a few more.

Lion Yarn shares a tutorial to make this fun, Halloween Candy Corn Yarn Wreath.

How to make a Halloween Candy Corn Yarn Wreath from Lion Brand Yarns.

And finally, here’s my first-ever candy corn craft – a candy corn costume I made for my daughter’s first Halloween. She was not yet two months old at the time. Fast forward to this morning, when she was a very good sport and agreed to model a larger size candy corn costume. Now my daughter is suggesting we make a candy corn costume for our dog . . . hmmm . . .

Cute Candy Corn Cosutmes from baby to teenager. CraftsnCoffee.com

Candy Corn Costumes – then and now.

Join us tomorrow for another candy corn craft when Rebekah Meier shares one of her beautiful, keepsake crafts.

It's Candy Corn Craft week on Crafts 'n Coffee! Seven days of candy corn themed crafts for Halloween. Lots of fun and calorie-free!

Happy candy corn crafting.

Sharon

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11 Responses to Candy Corn Crafts Week: A round up of Candy Corn Crafts

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  2. buggalcrafts says:

    I love the cones. Maybe I’ll have time to make some. I did some candy corn lapel pins last year from a belt I found for twenty-five cents. The belt was made from triangular wooden beads. I purchased it just for the beads and the candy corn idea came later!!!! I used scrapbook paper and Mod Podge and a tie tack pin for the back to make my cuties! Thanks so much for sharing your candy corn projects this week. I will be watching.

    • Sharon says:

      Your lapel pins sound adorable! And you have to love a “something for almost nothing” project. Thank you so much for sharing your candy corn crafts. Happy candy corn crafting. Sharon

  3. LisaM says:

    What a super cute costume. The wreaths are great too. :)

  4. Amy Pinion says:

    My favorite way to eat candy corn is with peanut butter!

    • Sharon says:

      That’s a new one for me, Amy. I’ll think of you when I make my daughter’s peanut butter-banana tomorrow morning. Thanks for stopping in today. Sharon

  5. Paula Collins says:

    The sight of candy corn makes me happy. I love candy corn! Try candy corn taffy it’s so yummy.

  6. Debbie Kaste says:

    Cute costumes, Sharon. I’m with your daughter and would like to see your dog in a candy corn costume!

    • Sharon says:

      Thank you, Debbie. Well, now that I’ve said it, I’ll have to see if we can whip up this costume, eh? I did see a cute candy corn collar at TJ Maxx, but I think the jingle bells would scare our dog! I’ll see what I can do this week . . . hmmm . . . Sharon

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