Candy Corn is probably one of the most iconic types of candy ever made and sold in the United States. It’s triangular shape and classic colors of white, orange and yellow that mimic the appearance of actual kernels of corn are regular staples during the Halloween season. And it’s estimated that over 20 MILLION pounds of candy corn is sold every year! Now that’s a lot of candy! If you find yourself a huge lover of this special and seasonal candy, you may want to consider making it a part of your Halloween decor. Even if you don’t use the actual candy, there are plenty of ways to create the candy corn look and incorporate it into your home this holiday season.

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1. Candy Corn Garland

Make candy corn a main stay this Halloween by creating a garland featuring this corn-shaped treat. Glue to yarn or thread with a needle and then drape over your mantle for the most delicious looking (and tasting) garland of all time. It’s a great way to enjoy your favorite Halloween candy, without worrying about all that sugar.

Head over to WomansDay.com for 16 more ways to use candy corn in your home this holiday!

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2. Terra Cotta Pumpkins

Everyone loves a sweet treat, so stow this year’s stash of candy corn in these adorable terra cotta pumpkins. With some creative painting, you can turn an ordinary terra cotta pot into the perfect candy dish. Not only is this a great way to keep plenty of candy corn on display, but it lasts the entire fall season!

Visit InspirationMadeSimple.com to get the full tutorial for these cute pumpkins, as well as one for terra cotta apples too!

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3. Candy Corn Ombre Wine Bottles

There’s finally a reason you’ve been storing those empty wine bottles, and it’s these Candy Corn Ombre Wine Bottles! Covered in three layers of the iconic colors of candy corn, these wine bottles are a fun and chic way to dress up your home for fall, without any cheesy decorations. These are surprisingly simple to do (I made a set for my home last year!) and are alway a conversation piece.

You’ll find all the details for making your own ombre bottles at Brit.co.

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4. Candy Corn Wreath

At first glance, this wreath doesn’t scream “candy corn” and that’s why I love it. I prefer non-traditional styles that still offer pull from plenty of iconic themes of holidays. This muslin covered wreath is made complete by pinning a few hundred folded pieces of canvas in oranges, reds and whites. It may not be a quick crafts, but it’s definitely a show stopper.

You can find this craft over at TheHouseOfSmiths.com!

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5. Candy Corn Button Art

Add a little artwork to your fall decor with this adorable and surprisingly simple framed button art. Draw and paint a basic candy corn to a framed piece of burlap, and then glue on corresponding buttons for some added texture. If you like minimal decor that’s also festive, this is a craft for you.

You can see for yourself how easy this is by heading over to RepeatCrafterMe.com.

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6. Candy Corn Pumpkins

Forget adding MORE decorations to the mix, and just mesh with your existing decor. If you’ve already made your trip to the pumpkin patch or picked up some cheap pumpkins at the dollar store, then these candy corn pumpkins will be done in a flash. Divide into thirds and then paint in yellows, oranges and whites. These are cute and whimsical to say the least.

Check out RachelRayMag.com for 35 more ways to design your pumpkins this fall!

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7. Candy Corn Wood Blocks

Appropriately painted 2×4’s that are sanded and stained is all it takes to get these funky wooden candy corns. You can make them larger to showcase on your front porch, or counter sized for a cute addition to side tables. Either way, you can’t go wrong with a little candy corn in your life.

You won’t be believe how easy these are, so get over to HousewivesOfRiverton.com!


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Karly Wood

Karly Wood

Editor at HomeLife Media
I'm a born and bred Southern California native and currently the editor of both LifeAsMama.com and TheDailyPositive.com. I get to share my life with my husband of 11 years and our beautiful, 3.5-year old daughter. In my free time you'll catch me cheering for the Dodgers, cooking, baking, reading, crafting and probably watching a little HGTV!