Lindsay, also known as the Artsy-Fartsy Mama, is here today to show us how to make a super cute candy corn wreath for Halloween! I just love Lindsay and I know you will too. Don’t forget to link up your Halloween crafts, recipes and decor HERE.
Step 1: Paint the wreath form. One coat should be fine. This will help to camouflage any spaces you have between candy corns.
Step 2: Glue candy corns on, one at a time. Start in the middle and try to use the better looking ones. Put broken or otherwise odd candy corns in a bowl to eat later. I started by gluing the first row of candy corns all facing the same direction. Start the next row going in the other direction. They won’t always line up perfectly, so just try to align them the best you can. Once you’re done, you won’t notice the imperfections anyway.
Step 3: Repeat the gluing pattern until the entire front, outside, and inside of the wreath is covered in candy corn. It helped to use broken candy corns on the inside and outside to fill in larger gaps that were too small for a full candy corn. No one will see those anyway, right?
Thanks again, Vanessa, for having me be part of your holiday celebration! I hope you all have a fantastic Halloween!
I’m Lindsay, the blogger behind Artsy-Fartsy Mama. I’m a graphic designer and a stay-at-home mom to a very independent daughter. On my blog, you can find tutorials for all kinds of crafty things, recipes and more. I love finding ways to be creative while saving money. I’d love to have you stop by Artsy-Fartsy Mama and say hello!
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