DIY Card Making – How to Make Punch Art Candy Corn

For a couple of years now, I have made punch art candy corn using the Pennant Punch.  It was great, but time consuming, a lot of punching, trimming, a lot of wasted card stock or patterned paper and then you wound up with a HUGE piece of punch art candy corn.

I wanted to make some that were closer to size for a card.  We do Halloween treats around here, so I needed something to go along with that.  And I need to make a lot of cards, and that meant making a LOT of punch art candy corn.  I tried so many ways, and kept thinking there had to be an easier way than making them one at a time.

And then it hit me – PIZZA!  Are you asking yourself, “What is she talking about?  I thought we were talking about candy corn!”  If so, no fear, we are.

I grabbed my circle punches and went to town and started making 8 candy corn at a time.  I whipped out about 40 of these bad boys, cut them into 8th's and ta-da!  Bam!  I have over 300 of these cute punch art candy corns for my cards!

I posted the diagram on how to make these over on my Facebook Page today, click here to see it.

Here is the final DIY card:

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Look at those cute punch art candy corn:
diy card making, how to make candy corn, punch artI paired it with Stampin' Up!'s Halloween Bash stamp set in the Holiday Catalog, it was the perfect stamp set to go along with punch art candy corn, right?

Try it – see how easy they are to make and leave me a comment below about them.

And I hope that you enjoyed today's DIY Card Making Tip on how to make your own punch art candy corn!

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