Introduction: DIY Clay Candy Corn

About: I'm a hippie flower child who loves Led Zeppelin, music in general (seriously though, I'll listen to anything! <3) nature, summertime, and thunderstorms. :)

Hey all! I'm back with another Halloween DIY for you! I got this idea when I was making pumpkin stems with my air dry clay and I had a tiny bit leftover. I just made it into the little guy on the left and he turned out great! Let's get started!

Step 1: Grab Your Materials

For this DIY, you'll need the following:

-Air dry clay




-Mod Podge

-Paint brushes

-Clear spray sealer

-Something to protect your work area

-Clay tool

Step 2: This Clay Has 3 Sides!


Cut off a piece of your clay and cut it into pieces. Shape them into triangles and let them dry completely.

Step 3: Paint It White

Paint the triangles white and let them dry completely.

Step 4: Line Up!

Now grab your pencil and draw two lines around your triangles. This makes the candy corn sections. Paint them any colors you like and let them dry.

Step 5: Bling It On, Baby!

Haha, sorry. ;)

If you want bling, break out the Mod Podge (Or white Elmer's glue will work as well) and your glitter. Add the glitter one section at a time and let dry. Alternately, you can add a face with some black and white paints and a fine paint brush.

Step 6: Seal-abrate Halloween, C'mon!

Now take your little guys outside and seal them with your clear sealer, then place them anywhere you want some Halloween cuteness. ;) Happy Halloween, y'all! :)

If you recreate this DIY, I'd love to see it! Hit me up on Twitter @The_CraftyChica. Thank you for checking this DIY out. :)