Candy Corn Candle Holders

Who says decorating has to be time-consuming and complicated? It’s easy to add pop to your Halloween and Thanksgiving tables with a Candy Corn Candle Holder.

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Candy Corn Candle Holders

I’d like to pretend that these candy corn candle holders are a difficult decoration.

But the fact is, it doesn’t come any easier than this.

Although don’t let their simplicity fool you.

If you make a bunch of them (and they are crazy inexpensive to make), you can really make a statement without a lot of fuss.

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Candy Corn Candle Materials:

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To make these, just fill up the glass votive with candy corn up close to the top, leaving enough room to put in the tea light.

To add a little more pop, sprinkle extra candy corn around the votives when you set them up for your gathering.

I feel like I should apologize if these seem too simple (ha!).

But sometimes the simplest things make the biggest statements!

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  1. This is such a cute idea! I love that the candle holders are so simple to make, because I am not too crafty myself 🙂 A while back, I got some really cute candles, but I haven’t had anywhere to put them. It would be great to make these candy corn holders, because then it would also add to my Halloween decorations. It might even be fun to experiment with this design and change out the candy depending on the holiday. Thanks for sharing your project!

    1. You could definitely change out the candy for the season! Decorating doesn’t have to be difficult to have a fun impact. 🙂

  2. These candle holders are incredibly creative! I’m going to show my wife this site ASAP. She would love to try some of these out this year. Furthermore, they would great for our Halloween party. What’s your favorite thing about Halloween?

    1. I love seeing all the kids dressed up… particularly all of the younger kids in the neighborhood. It’s just too adorable.

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