Candy Corn Necklace

Today, I am sharing a quick and easy Halloween tutorial for making Candy Corn Necklaces! I shared this post at Blissful & Domestic last week.

 
candy corn necklace

 
Remember as a kid, when you would get those candy necklaces?  Personally, I thought they tasted gross.  With all the candy corn tutorials floating around the Web, I did my own take on this candy store classic.
 
Warning:  You will get sticky.  So don’t touch your DSLR camera with your sticky candy corn nubbins.  AND you will get a stomach ache from eating all the broken pieces.  =)
 
Here’s what you need:
 
Bag of candy corn
 Needle and thread
Scissors
(Cute child model – optional)
 
candy corn necklace

 
Begin by measuring your little one’s head.  {I have ever mentioned that Reed has an exceptionally large cranium.}
Once measured, thread your needle.  I chose the tiniest needle I could out of my craft needle kit (the cross stitching one).
Carefully impale the candy morsel and pull the thread through the hole.  
 
candy corn necklace

 
Repeat this step about 30 times.  {I didn’t make it a complete circle of candy corn because it was getting pretty heavy.}
 
candy corn necklace

 
candy corn necklace

 
Tie a knot at the end!
So easy and quick!  The whole project took me about 15 minutes!  
These would be great for a child’s Halloween party or an extra special Mommy treat on Halloween!
  
candy corn necklace

candy corn necklace

 
Do you like candy corn?  Yummmmmm….

 
Jill

 
PS – And the Handmade Halloween Costume Contest and Party linky is live! Come link up your costumes!
 
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Sunday
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Comments

  1. That is a cute idea! I bet my son would loveeee that!

    http://www.studentswife.com

  2. Such a sweet treat :)

  3. This is such a cute idea, Jill!

  4. How cute is this?! My kids would be in heaven! I have been a HORRIBLE commenter lately, but I am loving your blog and all your great ideas…especially that stenciled cork board. Genius!!

  5. Adorable!! What a fun idea!!

  6. Sooo cute! My toddler boy would LOVE this :) I would love to have you share this at my link party!

    http://www.pincushioncreations.com/2012/10/homemade-by-you-34.html

  7. This necklace is so cute. I would love it if you would share this with my readers at my weekend link up – Halloween Goodies.

  8. He’s totally going to eat that thing…I’m sure he already did actually!! Very cute idea!

    Thanks so much for partying with us this week @ Keep Calm & Link Up!

  9. Just too cute:) We string cranberries and popcorn so why not candy corn? I have never thought about it, love it:)

  10. What a fun idea for the kids. My only problem is I love eating candy corn too much… i don’t think it would last long enough to string together. I’d be munching while I was making them. haha.

  11. I think I might be able to scrounge up a bracelet or a ring but I’d probably eat too many to make a necklace!

  12. Cute and fun idea! I love candy corn!!

  13. My daughter would LOVE this (she’s such a candy corn queen). Thanks for coming to party with us at Whimsy Wednesday!

    Kelly,
    Smart! School {House}
    http://www.smartschoolhouse.com

  14. Oh my…. my niece and nephew would love these. Great party idea!!

    Thanks for linking up at Artsy Corner!

  15. Wow, this is so cute!! I am going to make this for my 7 year old!!

    http://www.wendymacdesigns.com

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