Fall is in the air! Which means it’s time to start thinking about your fall craft projects. YAY! I’m excited to share how to make Candy Corn String Art, in just a few steps. Let’s get started!
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How to Make Candy Corn String Art
String Art is one of my favorite projects to make. It’s one of those projects that can be adapted to almost any theme. Check out my Cactus String Art project featured in my Cactus party, to see what I mean. Fall is my absolute favorite time of the year, so let’s kick of the fall crafting season with a fun video tutorial!
I created the step by step video below for your viewing pleasure. (Please consider subscribing to my channel to see more fun ideas).
What you will need: (Get all the supplies in my store! )
- Wood Slice
- Embroidery Floss/String
- Black Paint
- Paint Brush
- 3/4 Wire Nails
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Start by applying 1-2 coats black paint to wood slice. Let dry.
Print and cut template. Place the template in the center of the slice.
Using the template as a guide, hammer in the wire nails along the outline of the template. Spacing them evenly. Tear away the template.
Starting with white embroidery string, tie the end of the sting to one of the nails. Wrap the string along the nails to create a border for the top section.
Loop the string around the nails in any pattern you like to fill in the top section. Tie off the end around a nail and trim the string.
Repeat the process for the middle section and bottom section.
Proudly display your Candy Corn String Art on your mantle or shelf!
And that’s it! Super simple. I hope you give this fun project a try!
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