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Fun & Easy Candy Corn Crafts : My Top Picks for 2021!

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Do you love candy corn in the fall? The unofficial start for fall for me is when that calendar turns to August and when I start seeing bags of candy corn in retail stores! I’ve compiled my top picks for you that doesn’t require any exercise afterwards and won’t cause any cavities! Ha! Enjoy this list of fun & easy candy corn crafts! 

1 – Tassel Candy Corn

If you love tassels like I do, you’re gonna love this candy corn! I used a thrifted sign that I decoupaged scrapbook paper to. After I made my tassels, I glued them onto the sign and added the miniature pennant banner to finish it off! See the >>Live Replay HERE<< to watch me putting it all together! 

tassel candy corn #tasselcraft #candycorndiy #fallcraft

2 – Candy Corn Bottle Cap Earrings

One of my very favorite things to make are earrings! Of my fondest memories as a child, one was going to the fall craft fairs. I remember always finding the booths with the handmade fall themed jewelry. Every season, you will find me wearing something related to the season. How cute are these bottle cap candy corn earrings that I made last year?! You can find my current fall earrings in my >>Shop Here!<<

candy corn bottle cap earrings #candycornearrings #candycornjewelry #candycorndiy

candy corn bottle cap earrings #candycornearrings #candycornjewelry #candycorndiy

3 – Yarn Candy Corn

How about this sweet idea?! All you need is a cone, either styrofoam or cardboard would work, and add the yarn around it. I finished off the top with some ribbon strips and my curly twine! Watch me make it on the >>Live Replay Here<<

Need to learn how to make that curly twine? You can find that video tutorial >>HERE<<

yarn candy corn #yarncandycorn #candycorndiy

4 – Candy Corn Farm Wagon

This candy corn idea was borrowed from a follower on my Facebook page. I used corrugated cardboard, painting it the three different colors. Afterwards, I added the detail with the rick rack. I decided to create a wagon for my candy corn and you can see how I put that together >>HERE<<

Candy Corn Wagon

5 – Candy Corn Broom

How stinking adorable is this broom, y’all?! Such a simple DIY that makes such a sweet fall statement! Ms Judy from over at the Crafty House made this one. Watch her make it >>HERE<<

candy corn broom #candycorndiy

6 – Crochet Candy Corn Beanie Hat

Next up is this adorable candy corn beanie hat! This pattern is called the Amara and it’s by Nella’s Cottage on Etsy! Get a copy of the pattern >>HERE<<!

crochet candy corn beanie hat #crochetcandycornhat

7 – Rag Candy Corn

If you’ve ever made the fabric rag balls, that is how I made this candy corn! How sweet is this y’all?! See how to make your own >>HERE<<

Interested in the fabric rag balls? You can find the tutorial for that >>HERE<<

rag candy corn #ragcandycorn

8 – Felt Flower Swirls Candy Corn

Have you ever made flowers using felt? I honestly hadn’t either until this DIY. I just made them in the three different color felts and created this cute shelf sitter using a clearance dollar store item! Check out the >>Live Replay Here<<

felt swirl flowers candy corn #candycorndiy

9 – Wooden Candy Corn Banner Garland

My friend, Ms Angela, from Word & Home made this wooden candy corn banner! I am a sucker for garlands, so when I saw this one, I fell in love! Check out how she made it >>HERE<<

wooden candy corn banner

10 – Pumpkin Candy Corn Topiary

Last up is this yarn pumpkin topiary made by my friend, Ms Agnes, from Just That Perfect Piece. This is one of those unique pieces that you won’t see very often! I just love it so much as it incorporates three of my favorites things about fall; pumpkins, candy corn, and crochet! See how she made it >>HERE<<

candy corn topiary

I hope you enjoyed this candy corn round-up and that you found an idea that you want to try! I’d love to know what you think. Let us know in the comments below! Also, join our email list to be notified of new blog posts! Thank you and God bless! 

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  1. AGNES

    How awesome is that Candy Corn collection !! Thank you for including me !

    1. JRandLBriska

      Thank you my friend! Of course I had to include yours! It is adorable!!

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