Even though I don’t particularly like the taste of candy corn, I do love the colors. They are so pretty and just scream fall. So it’s just fitting that I find some ways to use candy corn and their colors instead of eating them.
Super simple yet effective use of candy corns. Good thing is if you actually like them, you can eat them too.
Create a Candy Corn Painted Frame with a spooky message inside. The tutorial includes this store-bought yellow and orange frame. If you can’t find it just paint a simple white frame. Then sand it to give it a distressed look.
I love the face on this little faux candy corn memo holder, it’s too cute.
Need to give any Halloween gifts this year? Well here’s an easy and cute candy corn pot, that just screams Halloween.
This is my kinda project candy corn vases using recycled bottles and paint. I’ve been eyeing that orange spray paint at HD, I might just try this.
It’s raining candy corn, yipee! Paper candy corn garland, too cute!
Here’s another really cute candy corn garland. I love their faces!
A whole mantle dedicated to candy corn crafts, who knew it was possible.
These Candy Corn Fall Cone Topiaries are just so timeless. I think if you change out the candy corn in the pot for moss, you could use these all year-long.
Don’t know what looks more scrumptuous, the candy corn cupcake stand or the cupcake.
I think my cat would become catatonic if I put a sweater on her. And never
speak meow to me again. But this Crochet a Candy Corn Pet Sweater is just so cute I had to include it.
No candy corn list would be complete without the iconic candy corn wreath. And this one looks good enough to eat.
Aren’t these DIY Apothecary Candy Jars just beautiful? Use them year round by changing out the candy inside.