Tempt your sweet tooth with a colorful wreath that celebrates a Halloween classic. Try to resist taking a bite, though! These candy corns are made from painted foam cones.
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- Serrated knife
- Wax block, old candle, or bar of soap
- 9 —2 ⁷/₈x5 ⁷/₈-inch foam cones (we used Styrofoam)
- Spackling knife
- Lightweight spackling compound (we used Smooth Finish)
- Sandpaper, medium and fine grit finish
- Crafts paint: orange, white, yellow
- Hot-glue gun and glue sticks
- Decorative ribbon
Run a serrated knife across a block of wax, old candle, or bar of soap.
Cut each foam cone in half from top to bottom to make 18 halves.
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Use a spackling knife to cover the curved front of each half cone with lightweight spackling compound, and smooth the finish as much as possible.
Sand each half cone with medium-grit sandpaper, then sand with fine-grit sandpaper for a final smooth finish.
Gently wipe away loose dust.
Paint each cone white; let dry. Paint the bottom third of each cone yellow; let dry.
Paint the middle portion orange, and leave a white tip; let dry.
Arrange the cones in a circle to form a wreath shape. Cut a ring from sturdy cardboard that is the size of your circle and approximately 3–4 inches wide.
Rearrange the cones onto the cardboard ring; secure each cone to the cardboard using hot glue.
Make a bow from decorative ribbon, and glue it to the front of the wreath as desired.