{DIY Post:} Candy Corn Earrings

{DIY Post:} Candy Corn Earrings

I know I’ve mentioned before that I have a little craft hobby {ahem, addiction}. Making jewelry out of oven-bake polymer clay is fun and easy — and a great project to involve your kids with. You can make fun food-shaped charms or beads that you can transform into simple, good-enough-to-eat jewelry.

Today I’m guest posting a tutorial on how to make these super-cute candy corn earrings over at Next Level Mama.

In fact, my 8-year-old made these candy corns into beads {simply use a straight pin to make a hole through the center before you bake} and strung them with solid orange and black beads for her school’s “economics mini-mall” project where the kids make, sell, and buy “products.”

Want to join me for some DIY fun today? Head on over…

Also, be sure to Pin these for next year, or buy your own copy of The Polymer Clay Cookbook, to make adorable, holiday-themed, food jewelry for Thanksgiving {think pumpkin-pie charms} or Christmas {mini gingerbread cookie charms}.

 

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