Candy Corn Crate

Candy Corn Crate Tutorial at
Are you sick of fall projects yet? I am just getting into it. All the leaves, pumpkins, baking. It is great! I hope you aren’t sick of fall yet because some of my bloggy friends and I want to share some fall ideas with you! We all did something a little different. Be sure to check them out and get inspired for fall.
Here are everyone’s projects. Keep reading below to see how to make my Candy Corn Crate.
Blog Hop All things Fall

Halloween Mantle @ The Crafted Sparrow

DIY Memory Banner @ Maybe I will

How to Make Grapevine Ball Decorations @ Free Time Frolics

Halloween & Fall Display @ Choose Craftiness

Pumpkin Fall Dessert @ Hollyhocks & Honeybees

Candy Corn Crate @ The Benson Street (That’s ME)

Butternut Squash Mac & Cheese @ Among the Young

What’s Trending for Fall 2013 @ Flats to Flip Flops
Here are the supplies I used to create the candy corn crate.

  • mini crate (I got mine at Joann’s, they have them at Michael’s too)
  • white spray paint
  • yellow & orange acrylic paint
  • sand paper

Halloween Crate at
Start by spray painting the crate white. I am getting a little sad that it is getting colder because I can’t just spray paint all the time.
Crafty Candy Corn Crate at
After the white paint is dry, leave the top plank white on each side.
Candy Corn Crate for Halloween at
Paint the middle plank orange. I had to do about three coats to get an even cover.
Candy Corn Craft Crate at
Paint the bottom plank yellow. Again it took a few coats to cover completely.
Candy Corn Style Crate at
After the orange and yellow paint is dry, sand off the edges to distress the crate.
Mini Candy Corn Crate at
Such a fun easy festive fall craft. I use mine to hold little candy corn treat bags to give to hand out when special little people come over.
Cute Candy Corn Crate Idea at
I love that this crate incorporates the fun colors of candy corn, but doesn’t have such an exact replication of candy corn.
Candy Corn Crate at
I am in love with crates and I’ve been enjoying my inspiration for this craft project. 
Don’t forget to check out my friend’s ideas too. They are just fabulous. 
Linking up with: Transformation Thursday, Fine Craft Guild, Linky Party Palooza, Six Sisters’ Stuff, What’s Cooking with Ruthie


Hi there!

I’m Emily, a mom and wife with a passion for crafting, celebrating holidays, and creating memorable moments. From Idaho to the world, The Benson Street is a treasure trove of easy, fun DIY projects, delightful printables, and delicious recipes. With over a decade of experience in blogging and a love for all things seasonal, I’m here to share my tips, ideas, and occasional mishaps. Join me in adding a dash of joy and creativity to every day! Read more…

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