Candy Corn Challenge Winner = Candy Corn Flowers!

by Chris Gardner

Congratulations to smbriones, whose Candy Corn Flower Arrangement has been chosen as October's Curbly Challenge winner. Stephanie's project was classified as 'classy', 'useful', 'unique', 'elegant', 'creative', and 'tasteful.'

Best of all, she included how-to directions, so grab some candy corn, skewers, floral tape, and ye' old hot glue gun, and make your own!

Good work, Stephanie!

Candy Corn Challenge Winner = Candy Corn Flowers!
 

 

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Curbly’s Candy Corn Cut Off....

by DIY Maven

is today. So, in celebration of this momentous event, how about we go all out and BECOME candy corn? Now that’s confection love.

From Costume Craze, the more literal, slightly futuristic Candy Corn get-up in women’s sizes for 28 bucks and children's for 23.

Curbly’s Candy Corn Cut Off....

For something a bit more saucy than sweet is this little number from Yandy, also in women’s sizes for 44 bucks. The sexy platforms will cost you an extra $30. 

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Candy Corn Inspiration–The Candy Corn Cone-Head Hat

by DIY Maven

Candy Corn Inspiration–The Candy Corn Cone-Head Hat

For the ultimate candy corn lover is the candy corn cone-head hat. It looks like it would be a fast and easy crochet project, and, of course, the instructions are FREE. The pattern is written for all sizes, preemie to manly-man size. (Don't you just love that creepy mannequin head?)

And remember, you have just three days to enter your fabulous project in the Curbly Candy Corn Challenge!!

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Candy Corn Inspiration...From Nature

by DIY Maven

Candy Corn Inspiration...From Nature

Okay, so candy maker Brach’s gets their candy corn to get those funky colors by using various numbered dyes including yellows # 6 and 5, red # 3 and just to confuse those of us who read labels, blue #1. But just because these hues are as fake as the blue of Paris Hilton’s eyes, doesn’t mean we can’t find the oh-so-Halloween-y color combo in nature. Case in point: the Snapdragon Candy Corn. Described as smelling of cinnamon and spice, the snazzy...

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How To Make A Candy Corn Creature.

by Chris Gardner

Inspired by October's Curbly Challenge, I decided I'd like a couple candy friends floating around this autumn. You should make some, too.

How To Make A Candy Corn Creature.

Materials 

  • Candy corn
  • Paper clips
  • Wire cutters and/or needlenose pliers
  • Pen or marker
  • Microwave (optional)

1. Select a prime piece of candy corn.

2. Give 'em a face. Mine is smiley, but yours doesn't have to be so glad. Invoke all your prime pumpkin-carving skills.

3. Use the paper clips to create arms and legs. Cut...

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