Candy Corn Halloween Fall Centerpiece that will transform your space. This is such a quick and easy fall centerpiece idea that is perfect for Halloween or even the fall season. Let me share how to make a candy corn centerpiece with flowers and of course colorful candy corn.
Some of my favorite colors can be found in the fall. Just the sight of candy corns makes me so happy! A simple inexpensive bouquet of flowers paired with an, already owned, mason jar, and some candy corns make for the sweetest Halloween Fall centerpiece. I am seriously crazy in love with the results.
Candy Corn Centerpiece
The beauty of this craft is you might even have all the supplies ready. I had everything except I needed to go in and get some flowers from the store and that was it. But I purchased a cheap $5 bouquet which made this such an affordable fall decor centerpiece.
What Type Of Ribbon To Use On Jar
Start by tying some cute color-coordinated ribbon or twine around the top for extra added cuteness. You can pair with whatever color of flowers you choose to use or try to match the candy corn. For me, I made sure the flowers were a similar color to candy corn so it all flowed in a Halloween vibe.
How To Make Candy Corn Fall Centerpiece
Fill your jars up with candy corns. I found a 2.5 pound bag on sale for $5. Keeping this a really inexpensive centerpiece. Cut your flowers to a good length and just stick into your jars. The candy corns will help keep them in place.
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How To Make Flowers Last Longer
If you want your flowers to last longer they need to be placed in water. What I would do is find a smaller jar that can sit inside your first jar, and still fit candy corn around the edge. Then you can do an outside layer of candy corn to hide the inside jar. Then pour water in the smaller jar, and drop flowers in.
No one will even know there is a separate jar inside protecting the flowers keeping them bloomed and bright.
Can I Use Faux Flowers In This Candy Corn Centerpiece
Of course. You don’t have to use real flowers if you don’t want to. Faux flowers would work just as good and then you wouldn’t have to worry about them wilting and dying. Just buy some flowers you feel would go well. Then trim down the stems to fit inside the jar and look at a nice height.
How To Showcase This Candy Corn Centerpiece
Place it on your kitchen table along with some little jars of candy, faux pumpkins, or other fall decors. Or sit on an end table in your home to add a nice pop of color into your decor. This is also so easy to make and gift to a friend or family member you are visiting.
Fill your jars up with candy corns. I found a 2.5 pound bag on sale for $5. Keeping this a really inexpensive centerpiece.
Cut your flowers to a good length and just stick them into your jars. The candy corns will help keep them in place.