Halloween, Tutorials/Crafts

Halloween Wood Candy Corn Craft Tutorial

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Camille and I found a fabulous store here in Utah a few weeks ago and came home with TONS of craft ideas!  Wood Creationsis based in West Haven, Utah and has a HUGE variety of unfinished wood crafts for every holiday and occasion.  They also offer Girl’s Night Out Craft Classes for a small fee where you get to complete a craft and take it home with you (and have a break from the kids)!
They currently don’t take orders over their website as they are a brand new business.  You can see a lot of their crafts on their Facebook Page and their Website.  You can order through email at
info@woodcreationsutah.com or call them at 801-731-0788.
I found these cute candy corn at Wood Creations, and made them for around $5.00!
Here are the steps:
Started with my unfinished wood.
Painted it with acrylic paint.
Sanded all the edges.
Used wood glue to glue each piece together.
And you’re done!  So easy, inexpensive and cute!

Be sure to check out our new Six Sisters’ Store where you can find all our favorite kitchen and baking supplies, plus our cookbooks!

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  1. says

    Hi Kalyn! I know that they have shipped out before, it just is very expensive. They are currently working on a way to set it up so that people can purchase stuff online and have it shipped, but for now they are just trying to get their little business going. They shipped these little candy corn out to Philadelphia and the shipping cost was $10! Crazy. Anyway, I would suggest talking to Missy (she is the manager) or Kory (he is the owner). Tell them you found out about them from our blog and let them know you are willing to pay the shipping costs. Good luck!

  2. Sarah P says

    can you tell me how thick these are? They don’t have them on their website and I live very far away. But I might be able to make my own version.

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