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Candy Corn Art complete

Halloween Fun: Candy Corn Art

October 19, 2012 Sarah Coggins

On a rainy afternoon earlier in the week, I went to Pinterest for a craft idea to entertain us. My son was very excited when I said “candy corn.” I quickly explained it was an art project and that I didn’t have any of the actual candy. I have a feeling it will find our cart during our next grocery trip… That said, he loved this simple craft I found on Mamas Like Me blog.

Candy Corn Art in Progress

I hand sketched the outline of a candy corn using a white crayon. Then wrote each color name in its section using a crayon of the same color (ie, I wrote ‘yellow’ using a yellow crayon).

Next, I gave him a small bottle of glue and pieces of white, yellow & orange construction paper. Together we worked on the glue (our gluestick had dried up and this was his first time using a bottle of glue). He carefully placed each colored piece on his own.

Candy Corn Art complete

He was very proud of his finished project and showed it off to his dad when he came home from work. Then hung it on the fridge for everyone to see. 🙂

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1 Comment

  • Tina October 19, 2012 at 8:09 am
    So glad you enjoyed this craft! My kids' favorite part was using the scissors :) Thanks for stopping by!
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