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Tagged as candy corn, candy corn art, candy mosaic, candy owl, caramel candy corn, fall activity, fall activity for kids, fall craft, homeschool art, kid's acitivity, kids craft, mellowcreme pumpkins, owl design
Brilliant; you remind me of what I use to do to my Mom’s table. She would pick tomatoes, cukes and squash from her garden. She would go upstairs and change her clothes after work. I would make faces with the produce.
I love this!!! You are so clever~ Last year I found a tiny bag at Walgreens of the older mix, maple hay stacks, lemon moons and chocolate cats! Sweet memories~xXx
@Ella –They had a lot of new mixes I hadn’t seen before today at Walgreens, that’s where we got ours. They even had some “caramel apple” candy corn (red and brown), not sure if I’d like that one or not!
Ah, ’tis the season, is it not?
owls. my favorite birds. another clever work for you!
So cute!! Next time you’ll have to use frosting for glue and assemble it on edible rice paper. ‘Cuz it just ain’t right to throw all that candy corn away…
Hi Scarlett .. so clever – just lovely to see the photos and sharing with you .. such a joyous time you all had creating the owl .. cheers and I love it .. Hilary
Absolutely love it – You’re so creative!!! Candy corn is my favorite Halloween Candy. ~Sophia
pretty and fun!!!!
Fabulous! I love it so much. I’m also craving candy corns like mad!
It appears that candy corn is a favorite with everyone! I love it too, and love seeing the creativity displayed by you and your children. They will always remember your blog and all the art projects!
Awesome! I especially love the eyes!
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