Candy corn crafts are perfectly kid-friendly for fall! Make an enchanting forest of decorative trees based on the favorite fall candy.
- 9- x 4-in. Styrofoam cone
- Scrapbook papers – 1 each white, orange and brown
- Patterned scrap paper
- Assorted sized buttons in white, orange and brown
- Low temperature hot glue gun and glue sticks
- Ruler, pencil and scissors
- To make the cone pattern, place foam cone on the edge of scrap sheet of paper. Roll the cone across the paper while tracing the bottom curve with a pencil. Roll cone back to the edge, tracing the curve at the top of the cone.
- To make the bottom layer, measure 2-1/2 in. up from the bottom curve. This will be your pattern for the brown scrapbook paper. To make the top layer, measure down 2-1/2 in. from the top curve; this will be your pattern for the white scrapbook paper. The middle 4 in. layer will be used for the orange scrapbook paper.
- Using patterns, cut layers of the candy corn from scrapbook papers. Wrap each layer around the foam cone and glue in back. Glue assorted stacked buttons to the top of the cone.
Candy Corn Craft Tree c/o Country Woman’s featured blogger Sharon of Crafts ‘n Coffee.
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Candy Corn Craft Tree photography by Sharon Currier.