Candy Corn

Every Allhallows Eve, oodles of candy corn occupy festive bowls and trick-or-treat bags. These triangle-shaped, yellow, orange and lily-white candies are recognized by everyone.

This candy is a sugared replicate of dried out corn kernels. Just about everyone knows the traditional Halloween candy with three stripes. The colors are arranged with yellow at the bottom, orange in the center and white on the top.

The conventional assortment is usually found adorning the store shelves around the first of October, just in time for all the Halloween festivities. Cut, assemble and create these for all of the individuals on your gift list.

Did you know that October 30 is known as National Candy Corn Day? Make these for Halloween or for National Candy Corn Day.

These are very quick and simple to assemble. The pattern is located at the bottom of this page. Adjust the pattern to obtain the size and shape you desire.

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  • Orange glass
  • White glass
  • Yellow glass
  • Glass cleaner of choice
  • Beeswax or Chap Stick
  • Glass saw
  • Kiln
  • Prepared kiln shelf
  • Protective glasses
  • Two part Epoxy
  • Pin Back

  • Directions

    1. Sketch and cut out the outlines.

    2. Rest the members on the suitable color glass and copy around the design with a permanent marker. Generously shield the markings with beeswax or Chap Stick.

    3. A glass saw is considered necessary to cut out the pattern. Make a point of cutting near the line to retain the form and all the tiny particulars.

    4. Cleanse with dish soap and bathe in clean water or employ glass cleaner to take away all design and residue. Using a lint free towel, dry all the items.

    5. Place the parts on a primed kiln shelf and place the shelf inside the kiln. Be sure to grasp the glass by the edge to avoid fingerprints.

    6. Close up the top or access. Start the oven.

    7. View the project at around 1325 degrees Fahrenheit. When glancing at your projects wear glasses with IR and UV protection.

    8. When the glass has your desired appearance, switch off and unplug the kiln. If the kiln is put together with heavy fire bricks, you can permit it to cool down by it’s self. If however it is made with ceramic fiber, the kiln must be kept on and monitored so that it doesn’t cool off any more than approximately 300 degrees Fahrenheit an hour.

    9. When the temperature falls below 100 degrees Fahrenheit, the unit may be opened.

    10. When the piece has cooled down to room temperature, add a pin back. Adhere the pin back with a two part epoxy.

    Candy Corn Pattern

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