Candy Corn and a Tassel Sale!

*** Warning *** This post may contain some Fall decor. If you think it's too early your right! Im just showing some ideas to put in your book for the future. So if you want to take a early peek keep reading. If it's too early for ideas now just check back on this post later, smile! For those of you who just cant stand to wait... Let's Go!! **** NEW UPDATE!!!Shhh. Yall are the first to know... I'm doing some fall cleaning in the etsy shop and must make room for some new tassel's. So if you have had your eye on one now's the time. I will post about the sale tommorow so you will get first dibs at it! The new sale prices have been posted already so go check it out...if you wanna!


Got your candy corn ready?

Now go and get some needle and thread...

Start stringing baby.... just like popcorn!

Now if you would like... spray on some clear glaze

I do this cause it gives the candy a gloss and also helps to keep bugs away. *** I know you are not dummies but please be careful and keep those babies away from the candy once sprayed***

After I let it dry really good I started hanging this from my light with these ribbons.

You can hang your garland just about anywhere.

I think it would be cute to hang from a fireplace mantel...

I would just make sure if you did spray your corn place it high enough from the little ones and your fur babies...

Where would you put your garland?

If you make one I would love to see it..

I would also love to hear your ideas on where you would place yours...

Maybe from that scary, whimsey,spooky tree we made?

It's endless! So start stringing girlies.... Let me know what yall think!

80 comments:

  1. Oh You!! So talented, and cute with the words as well as the decor!! I bet your home is lovely!

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  2. That is so cute hanging from the light fixture like you have it. You come up with the cutest things!!! I am still on the hunt for the perfect stick for my spooky/cute bird project!!

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  3. I looked at Walmart and Meijer (grocery store chain in the midwest) and NO CANDY CORN! What the heck? lol

    This is really cute, but my chandelier is pretty low in my dining room, so I am not sure where I could even hang his w/o my 4 year old trying to eat it, lol. I don't have any cathedral ceilings, either...hmmmmm...

    It is very pretty, Susie, love the ribbon you used, too :)

    Bella

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  4. That is so cute hanging on your light fixture!! I will show it to my husband cause I think it would look awesome on our fireplace mantel! It is pained a beige/cream color and would go well with the candy corn! I'd have to keep some extra ones to eat though!

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  5. That is so cute!! Didn't it take forever though? Oh and the pain from pushing the needle through all that candy... it hurt, right? Stringing POPCORN hurts my delicate fingers! lol I love the candy corn strung like that and you KNOW I'm totally going to do it!

    How'd Fay treat you? I hope you are all okay!

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  6. OhMyWord! How long did that really take to make? So worth it though, look how cute! I love it, I totally totally love it. How many pieces did you nibble while making it? *smiles*
    I left you an award over on my blog, pick it up when you have a chance sweetie.

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  7. So cute. I wonder if you had enough strands of candy corn if you could make a wreath. Maybe glue them on a wreath form. Great idea.

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  8. I like the idea of hanging it on the tree and making a fall tree. Cute idea! Jackie

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  9. Good morning little earlybirds! It didnt take too long and yes it does hurt your little fingers after awhile. My poor fingers have learned to be tough after all of the years of crafters abuse. No kidding... I once super glued my fingers to a pear! My husband had to help me cause I was laughing so hard....
    The two ribbons came from Wal mart and I bought the cheap candy... If I were you.. buy a better known brand. I think they would work better. My cheap stuff keep breaking in two, ugh! I had to eat all of the broken ones....;)

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  10. Hi there!

    I love your blog! Hope you dont mind, but I copied your crows on a tree idea and blogged about it today. I, of course, gave you the credit! Keep up the beautiful work!

    ~Stacy

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  11. That is too cute. I'd probably hang it on the light above our kitchen table.
    Thanks for the tutorial - I'll have to give it a try.

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  12. I love this idea Susie. I haven't gotten my tree done yet with the birds on it but this is yet another great design.

    Gretchen

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  13. Those are so cute -- we may have to try a craft with the candy corn! Thanks for sharing your ideas you are so creative.

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  14. I like this! Very cute!

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  15. You have to be the coolest mom ever. You even decorate with candy!!! I am so taking this idea and running with it!!!

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  16. I love it!! This is so cute! I wish I was home right now so I could do this. :)

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  17. I am totally stealing this idea went to the dollar tree and got the last of the white pumpkins they had!

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  18. that looks so cute! How long did it take you to do that? jen R

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  19. Yet another fabulous idea ~ you're great!

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  20. I know what I'm adding to my "to do" list for this Fall! This is so cute and what a great project for the kids to help with. I will have to have a rule though as to how many they are allowed to eat. Thanks for sharing this fun project. I'll let you know where I put mine.

    How many bags did you use?

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  21. How cute and clever!! I have a feeling I'd be eating a piece of candy corn for every one I strung up, which would make this project even more fun. You are so creative, Susie! -Julia

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  22. Great garland!!! I think I may try this!
    Have a great day!
    Kim

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  23. I LOVE this cute garland! I might also hang from my mantle with bows at either end, and fall display on mantle. Or incorporate on stair banister fall garland. I'm definitely going to make this! :) Thanks for the great idea!!

    Blessings,
    Stacey

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  24. Susie,

    You are so awesome! Where does all that creative energy come from? I'm so doing this.

    Brandee :-)

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  25. Oh my soul Susie! That is so cool. What a wonderful fall project. It looks wonderful hanging from the chandelier.

    Your new rug is lovely too.

    Thanks for commenting on my laundry room post. I am not going to paint at this point, though I want to soon.
    For now, just declutter and decorate to make it more inviting.

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  26. Great idea!! I love it.

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  27. What a creative idea! I was thinking it was too early for fall stuff, but you changed my mind. ha! :) So cute - I'll definitely try this.

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  28. That's a great idea! I can't wait to figure out where I'd put a candy corn garland, and what a fun project to do with my 12-year-old daughter.

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  29. i love love love this idea! i def would have to keep the 4 kiddos out of the candy, which means it can not be reachable by any piece of furniture or table in the house. hmmmm...maybe the high transom-like windows in the great room. i'll have to try it!

    oh, and i love ur little blog! i found u thru that amazing meme!!!

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  30. I just couldn't resist. I had to look (despite there being plenty of summer left...).

    As much as I love it, I'm thinking I would have a hard time keeping my daughter from scaling the chandelier if I were to drap candy corn garland from it.

    Then again, I would be tempted to swing from the chandelier too if it meant getting a bite of candy corn....

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  31. Cute idea...I may have to try a little later...I would put it up high maybe like you did...away from my 2 year old that puts everything in her mouth

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  32. Yes, I'll give this a try...it's just too cute to pass up. I'll probably hang mine over the mantle but wherever is ends up, I'll take a picture.

    Thank you for the fun idea!

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  33. That is so cute!! I have seen people put candy corn in apothecary jars and hurricanes, but never make a garland out of them. How clever!!
    Elise

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  34. What a great idea, I'm just afraid by the time I was done (eating them) there wouldn't be enough left to hang anywhere. Ummm maybe I could make a key chain :o)

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  35. Hi Sweetie... What an adorable and perfect decoration for Fall! You are so creative and inspire us all!
    My email is out again... I wanted to send you a personal message. I will once it works. I'm still painting! xoxo

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  36. What a clever and creative idea! You are amazing! :) ~Rhonda

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  37. Oh my goodnes...you are brilliant. I am going to have to borrow this idea and I do have a fireplace mantle that it might work with....I will let you know if I use this idea with a pic. I found your blog a few weeks ago and LOVE all your ideas.

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  38. Such a cute idea....I love your blog!

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  39. Black Birds, check.
    Pumpkins, Check.
    Candy Corn...Hmmm,I guess it's back to the store. I adore this Candy Corn idea! Hey,wouldn't it be fun to make napkin rings tied with ribbons into a bow. When my children were young we'd have a Halloween themed dinner before we headed out on the candy hunt. They would have been delighted with eatable decorations...me too!;)
    Theres a post on my blog that I'd like you to read. Come visit! I'm looking forward to your Tassel Sale!

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  40. That is sooo cute! I must admit, when I first saw you stringing the corn, I thought "huh"? But it looks so very cute on that chandelier. I may have to give it a try. Only, my chandelier is so ugly I don't want to draw attention to it, so I'll have to find another place to hang it!

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  41. I love this idea. I think Michael and I will have to make some to hang from our fireplace (if we don't eat them all while making them - I love candy corn). BTW - I also have carpet envy over your new carpet!! Don't you just love Overstock?

    Smiles, JoAnne

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  42. The candy corn garland is a super idea! It's never to soon to plan for holiday decorating. As for 'making room for new tassels' - can't wait. I hope there's one that looks that the spool of thread one. hint hint. ;-) tee hee. LindaSonia

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  43. I bought some sugared faux candy corn garland at TJ Maxx this weekend and thought of you and your candy corn posts while I was buying it. I love the idea of using some orange ribbon to tie it to my chandelier.

    ~ Sarah

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  44. That's one corny idea! hee! hee!
    You are so clever my friend. I buy tons of candy corn every year because it is one of the true signs of fall. My sons make fun of me. They would really enjoy giving me a hard time if they saw me sewing corn.
    I do love the look of it at your house though.

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  45. Oh, Susie, that is ADORABLE! I would stay and chat but Fay is knocking on my door and I think I need to get off the computer or be struck by lightning! : )

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  46. That is the cutest thing!!! I love it! Although I'm not sure if I could resist taking a nibble now and again.

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  47. OMG, that is adorable. A-Dor-Able. You amaze me. I'm totally going to do this and hang it on my version of the cool black tree. You are super fab!

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  48. Ok, I know I said I don't like candy corn, but if you're going to do this with it and not actually eating it- well, then I think maybe I do like it!

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  49. Susie,
    I am so sad! I have looked at our local Dollar Tree's and they don't have the pumpkins OR even more sad, the crows! I have gone at least once a week, and they haven't gotten any. :( Are you sure it was Dollar Tree? Let me know! Thanks :)

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  50. That is so precious! I can think of lots of places that could use that sweet touch of fall.

    And your rug below looks similar to the one we have in our family room. I have had ours for several years, and it has been so versatile. It seems to feel at home and pick up the colors of whatever room I put it in. Your room looks so happy!

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  51. Oh, mercy, this is too cute. Can't you see that hanging from my new chandelier? However, I have this boy that I just don't know if he could resist looking at candy all the time and not sneaking a bite. I may just have to see.

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  52. Very cute & original. I've not seen that. Looks great!

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  53. And where did you find the candy corn? I haven't seen any here yet. I've got to look again. I can hardly wait to make my garland.

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  54. As usual, you have outdone yourself! That has got to be one of the cutest things I have ever seen! I may just have to try it myself! Thanks for the great inspiration!

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  55. Too cute!!! I love your ideas! I have already made my black bird tree in an urn! Love it! I look forward to more ideas! Julie

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  56. OMG...your idea is just totally cool. I can't wait to try this out...I have not seen any candy corn yet but will keep an eye out for it...I have been looking for crows and I can't find any...I think maybe the closer Oct. gets I will find some. Love your ideas Susie!

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  57. Very SWWWWWWWWWWEeeet idea..literally. I can't wait to get my fall tassel from ya! Yippweeeeee. cherry

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  58. Thank you SOOOO much for the kind words regarding my Design Star audition. You're the best!

    Layla
    :-)

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  59. Hi Susie! Oh, I love your tasseled candy corn. Who would have thought of something like this but you! My Mother's been sick and I've had her here at my house taking care of her, so I just haven't gotten around to all my buddies! You're the bestest!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  60. OMG, you are so creative! I'm also stealing this idea! Thanks!

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  61. Hi, stopped by today from Nester's. I LOVE candy corn & this looks so fun!! My favorite fall snack is candy corn, peanuts & raisins all mixed together. I put them in a cool jar - looks so great on the counter, and so yummy, too!

    Enjoyed my visit - love your blog!

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  62. That is sooooo cute! I have that same light fixture over my dining room table. I might just try that!
    I always decorate it for Christmas, but it never occured to me to decorate it for other seasons. Awesome!
    ~~Liz~~

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  63. I can't of anything better to do with candy corn, I love to look at them, but don't like to eat them. This is the perfect project!

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  64. What an adorable idea....and YES - I am ready for fall!

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  65. I love your blog! Now if only I can restrain from eating all the candy corn this could be a very neat-o project for our house!!! Happy day wishes to you~ Les

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  66. What a great (and inexpensive) idea! I might just try it out. Thanks!

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  67. Can you believe that I cannot find find candy corn anywhere yet!!! The day I do I'll be doing a happy dance in the aisles and everyone will think I've gone mad - but that is one super cute garland that will be hanging from my chandelier this fall!! Yipee!!! Keep the ideas coming Miss Susie - you are better than Martha herself!!

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  68. Your endless decorating talents are such an inspiration to me :)

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  69. What a wonderful idea.. I think Im going to have to give this a shot. :o) I know my kids will love the idea! Thank for the great idea

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  70. Decorating with candy - how cool are you. This is a project I plan to take on this year. Love it!

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  71. Such a great idea. Thank you. Clarice

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  72. oh wow...I love candy corn...I'd have to buy bags to string and bags to eat...

    that is just perfect :)

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  73. I am very new to the blog community, but I wanted you to know that I have enjoyed yours very much. I plan to copy the tree branch and crow idea. I will let you know how it goes.

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  74. Love the garland! I think I'd be more worried about keeping myself away from the candy corns, than my kids. I am such a candy corn addict!

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  75. I love the candy corn colors - I'm so going out to find me some candy corn.

    Great post!

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  76. IT IS A PAIN AS THE CANDY CONTINUALLY FALLS APART! We used Brach's. But it theory it is cute.

    Tarheel Mama

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  78. I too tried and the candy corn just falls apart, so I will try glue or something....
    very cute idea thought!

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