Candy Corn Halloween Card
Nothing screams halloween like candy corn, so I had to make a Candy Corn Halloween Card! Whether you are a fan of the treat or think it’s a trick, this halloween bag staple is fun and easy to make.
Have some scraps but not a lot of time to make a quick halloween card? Make a couple candy corn candies and see where it takes you!
It first takes me to the candy dish, haha. And THEN back to the craft desk!
After making this other shimmery halloween card, I had a few strips of this beautiful and designer series paper that weren’t big enough for a card background.
Additionally, I still had my orange cardstocks on my desk. For these reasons, I started laying the scrap strips down and started making these candy corns!
See below for how to create this Candy Corn Halloween Card:
How to make a Candy Corn Halloween Card:
Cut your cardstock:
- Cajun Craze
- 8-1/2” x 5-1/2”, folded at 4-1/4”
- 3/4” x 2” for the sentiment
- Mango Melody: 4” x 5-1/4”
- Daffodil Delight
- 5/8” x 2” for sentiment
- 4-1/2” x 2” (for 2 candy corn)
- Metallic DSP: 3/4” strips
- Basic White: 3/4” strips
Make your Candy Corn:
- On the larger piece of Daffodil cardstock, adhere down a strip of orange DSP 3/4” from the bottom. Then adhere a white strip flush against the top of that, then with another piece of white, and lastly with another strip of orange DSP.
- Cut diagonally from each corner to the opposite side.
- With Cajun Craze ink, stamp the chocolates randomly for a sweet background. Adhere this to your card front.
- Create your sentiment strip by stamping it in Cajun Craze ink onto a strip of Daffodil Delight. Then adhere that to the slightly wider strip of Cajun Craze cardstock and glue this to the upper left corner.
- Lastly, use dimensionals to pop up your candy corn!
Supplies for a Halloween Card with Candy Corn:
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