Monday, September 27, 2021

Candy Corn Garland

 You may not like the taste of candy corn, but it sure does add a fun, colorful touch to your Fall/Halloween decor.

This was such a fun project!

I started with wood candy corn cutouts from Signopoly

I painted them with the colors Fluff, Colonel Mustard, & Florida Orange from the Dixie Belle Paint Company.

I used a Sharpie paint pen to add a little detail.

Each candy corn has 2 holes drilled in them. I strung twine through the holes and secured it on the back with packing tape.

I cut slits about an inch apart in three different fabrics. Then I tore the fabric into strips. Tearing it will give a frayed edge. Each strip is approximately 15" long.

I tied the fabric strips into a know around the twine, halfway between each candy corn.

This candy corn is cute, festive, & calorie free!

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  1. Your garland is very pretty. I love candy corn, I don’t know why it has such a bad reputation. I especially like the harvest flavor with the chocolate.

  2. The garland is perfect and those ribbons are precious! BTW I LOVE candy corn! Thanks for sharing with Vintage Charm! xo Kathleen

  3. Getting my party up at the last minute and featuring this!


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