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Candy Corn Wreath

Candy Corn Wreath

 Candy Corn Wreath

I love candy corn.  Can I get an amen?  I tried some s’mores-flavored candy corn this week.  It was delicious cause it tasted like well….s’mores.  But it didn’t taste like good-ole’ candy corn.  Does that make sense?  I’m digressing – stay with me.

I made this adorably cute Candy Corn Wreath this week and I want to share it with you.

I bought this orange chevron fabric like a year ago and haven’t cut into it – until now!  This is a really easy wreath to make.

First grab a wreath form and cut out strips of your fabric.  Mine were 2″ wide, not quite sure how long but I ended up using 4 or 5 strips.  Just start wrapping around your wreath.  You can either hot glue as you go or just use pins.  I use pins because it makes it easy to take out when I want to re-use my wreath form.

For the candy corn, I have had these wooden triangle shapes for-ever.  I bought them from Pick Your Plum and have just been holding on to them.  If you don’t have a way to get wooden triangles, just take some cardboard (hello leftover cereal box) and do this same process.

I grabbed some Martha Stewart glitter, some Mod Podge and the triangles.  First I taped off the top and bottom so I could do the middle first.  Brush on some Mod Podge, then sprinkle with glitter, wait till it dries and do the other colors.  I free-handed the yellow and white.  I just did it carefully.  Spray with hairspray when it’s all dry so it will “set” and you’re good to go.  String it on some ribbon or twine and tie to your wreath.

I absolutely love how it turned out.  It’s exactly what I envisioned.

Use some ribbon or tie off some burlap like I did and hang it up.

The only bad thing about these candy corn, is that you can’t eat them.  🙂

Have a great weekend!!


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