9.26.2011

tutorial: candy corn art

I am so excited for October, because Halloween might be one of my favorite holidays (besides my birthday)!
Last year we made this darling candy corn art (thanks to my wonderful teacher friend) and it hung from our ceiling during October. My students had a lot of fun making these and they turned out super cute!




Click here to download the Wax Paper Candy Corn black line.
Click here to download the Construction Paper Candy Corn black line.

ENjOY!!

14 comments:

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  2. I did a similar project for apples, making some red, some green, and some yellow apples. If you do not want to take the time to do both sides of the wax paper, then just do one. Put the "frame" around and cut the shape. Hang in the windows and the light will shine through like stain glass. Being in the window, the light make the frame appear on both sides of the paper. This idea is just a little more simple. Like another blogger said KISS....Keep it super simple! Enjoy.

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  3. correction above- "the light makes the frame appear"
    Sorry, I hate mistakes.

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  4. This is an awesome project. I have been waiting to hang something from my ceiling. Thanks for sharing!!!!]]

    http://wildaboutk.blogspot.com/

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  5. I am a "spook"tacular Halloween baby too! Have a happy day!

    ✿Erika
    2B Honey Bunch

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  6. Very cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. So cute! I love this idea, thanks for sharing!
    Nicole
    nicolescraftingadventure.blogspot.com

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  10. @katie: I am not sure... you'll have to try it out and let me know!

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  11. I love this project! This is one that I have used for years, but I use liquid starch to adhere the tissue paper...but,I might try it your way next year.

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  12. So excited to try this with my sixth graders! Thanks for the idea!

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