There’s just a little bit of time left before Halloween night. I’m filling treat bags with mini candy bars, scary spider rings and making Brown Butter Pumpkin Madeleines. And there’s just enough time to make a candy corn door stop! If you need that sort of thing on a windy Halloween night!
A Halloween Craft – Candy Corn Doorstop
To make a candy corn door stop I found a rock (I live in Connecticut, so that means I opened my back door and picked up a rock) and spray painted it white as a base coat then used craft paint for the orange and yellow paint like a piece of candy corn. I found a rectangular shaped rock and painted it to use as a napkin “weight.”
A dip-dyed stool with an Anchor Hocking Heritage Hill Jar filled with treat bags. I use a wide-tip Sharpie water-based paint pen to write messages on our door. It wipes clean with window spray and since it usually takes me at least two tries, I have the cleanest window in town!
We are expecting 55 degrees and sunshine today. Perfect trick~or~treating weather. Hope it’s warm and dry where you are! Have a safe night!