DIY Candy Corn Wreath

Prepare to add a burst of colorful sweetness to your door with this delightful DIY Candy Corn Wreath!

This crafty project is a perfect way to embrace the festive spirit of Halloween and usher in a warm welcome for all your trick-or-treaters.

Be sure to check out this spooky collection of Halloween ideas, activities and recipes for the entire family. 

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DIY Candy Corn Wreath. Perfect for the Fall or Halloween | Mommy Evolution

Here’s another beautiful Fall or Halloween decoration, if you can bear to sacrifice this candy because once you make this DIY Candy Corn Wreath, you can’t eat it. Ha!

DIY Candy Corn Wreath

I’m continuing my quest to find frugal and easy Fall decorations that you can easily do yourself! For this DIY Candy Corn Wreath, it’s quite simple.

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  1. Make sure you don’t have a round foam wreath, but rather one with a flat face. You’ll want a flat surface to adhere the candy corn to.
  2. Use a glue gun to place the candy corns in a circular pattern around a plain foam wreath.
  3. Repeat until any visible spots on the wreath are gone.
  4. Add some simple cream-colored ribbon.
  5. Hang and enjoy.

Depending on the size of the foam wreath you choose, you can easily finish this project and have it hanging with a half an hour!


  1. Halloween is one of my very favorite holidays! I love decorating my little house, but alas, there are no children around to trick or treat any more. I do it for ME! I think I’ll work on this type of wreath, but won’t the lizards and crickets eat it?

    1. I made this and it melted and ran down the door.

  2. I wouldn’t be able to make this I would eat all the candy corn!
    It’s my favorite Halloween candy!!

    1. LOL! Then you’re going to LOVE the series I’m doing over the next two weeks…. ALL candy corn 😀 😀 😀

  3. love it very pretty and perfect for season just wondering if it would do better with small pins rather than glue gun as the candy wreaths we have made in the past

  4. Less is sometimes more. Love this wreath! Thanks for joining the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop!

  5. What a great and super cute idea!! I would love if you stopped by my place and Joined My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday Link Party going on now till Monday!! I’d Love to have you!

  6. This is really cute. I like fall things that aren’t Halloween related and this would be so cute on the front door.

  7. Now if that isn’t the cutest thing! I need one for my door!

    1. Just love the look…. trying not to eat the candy corn while making the wreath is probably the toughest part.

  8. Oh my! This looks so cute! Pinned and tweeted. We love partying with you and we appreciate you stopping by! Please take a minute to stop by next week, so we can pin and tweet your new creation. The party starts on Monday at 7 pm! Have a great Sunday! Lou Lou Girls

  9. My kids would totally want to eat it! Thank you for linking up at #HomeMattersParty and hope to see you again soon!

  10. I won wondering if u could use heave cardboard cut in a circle?

    1. I really don’t think that would work… only because that much candy corn does get awfully heavy.

  11. Super cute. There is something fun and playful about candy corn. Thanks for sharing at Family Joy Blog link party, hope to see you again!

  12. Very cute! I love candy corn so much — I am not sure how much of the candy corn would end up on the wreath! LOL Thanks for sharing this craft at Motivation Monday on Mom Home Guide! Your project was picked as a party favorite!

    1. LOL! You say that… but once you have hot glue on your fingers and you’re sticky, it’s a deterrent 😀

  13. What a cute idea! Love this. Seems easy enough also. Thanks for the idea! #MMBH

  14. Trish@BlowingAwayOutWest says:

    I hate to say I’d be tempted to eat it, but I love waxy candy corn! This is so cute!

  15. Candy corns are probably my least favorite candy, lol, but they sure do make a super cute wreath! Visiting from Saturday Sharefest party.

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