Candy Corn Wreath DIY

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Candy Corn Wreath feature image hanging on a brown wood door

This Candy Corn Wreath has all of the sweet and none of the spooky!

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I actually love candy corn but I know it’s not the best candy choice as an adult trying to keep off the pounds. My kids on the other hand throw it away when it hits their trick-or-treat bag.

It may not be everyone’s favorite candy but it does make for an adorable wreath!

This wreath is super simple to make and you can use any orange, yellow and white patterned fabric you like. A quarter yard of fabric in the three different colors are more to make one wreath.

Below are the how-to’s and a list of the craft supplies.

Supplies You’ll Need

  • A foam wreath form (mine is a 13.8″ round tube ring – no flat back)
  • Fabric – a quarter yard of fabric in orange, yellow and white
  • Felt in orange, yellow and white
  • Twine
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun
  • A bow or any other decoration you like

How to Make a Candy Corn Wreath

Start by cutting your fabric in 2-inch strips then wrap and hot glue fabric strips onto your foam wreath form. I hot glued the fabric strips at the beginning and then at the end.

To make a candy corn wreath, start by cutting your fabric in 2-inch strips then wrap and hot glue fabric strips onto your foam wreath form. I hot glued the fabric strips at the beginning and then at the end.
Cut fabric in 2-inch strips.

Use twine and string across the wreath –glue with hot glue. This will be the base for your garland.

Use twine or string and hot glue across the wreath for the candy corn garland.
Use twine or string and hot glue across the wreath for the candy corn garland.

Make a template to make candy corn for your garland. I cut the pieces for one and then from there used that as a template to cut multiple pieces.

Cut candy corn felt pieces and hot glue together.
Cut candy corn felt pieces and hot glue together.

Hot glue your felt candy corn pieces together then hot glue each to your the twine on the wreath.

Add a bow and any other decorations you’d like to finish.

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If you make a candy corn wreath, send me a pic! I’d love to see it. And If you have questions, leave a comment below. Happy Fall!

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