It’s time for the second annual Candy Corn Craft Round Up. And, these are candy corn crafts you can enjoy without worrying about the calories. They’re made with paper, paint, felt, yarn, and even pompoms. You’ll find six more candy corn crafts in the first annual Candy Corn Craft Round Up from last year. Go ahead, indulge, all you’ll gain will be new Halloween décor for you home.
Lion Brand Yarn shares a Halloween Yarn Wreath decorated with yarn-wrapped candy corn.
If the little ones in your life cannot wait another minute for Halloween, do what Tracey did on Think Crafts and keep them busy making Pompom Candy Corn.
I’ve seen a lot of wreaths made from felt circles, but never Felt Circle Candy Corn. It’s an easy technique – Kaysi from Keeping it Simple shows you how to fold and pin the felt circles to your foam cone.
I thought this Candy Corn Family was pretty cute, and Babies and Bargains made one for every member of her family.
If you want to decorate a window sill, shelf, or other narrow area, try making the slim but super-sized Scrapbook Paper Candy Corn. Last year, I made the pair in less than an hour.
I’ll have one more Halloween candy craft tomorrow, and a giveaway you won’t want to miss!
I’ve found that candy corn can be a very divisive subject. People seem to love it or hate it. I confess that I do enjoy a few pieces with my morning coffee. How about you? How do you rate candy corn?