Halloween Candy Chandelier DIY

by Jillian Leslie on

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Halloween candy is so fun to use as decoration. Look what I made today to hang over my Halloween buffet table... a candy pumpkin chandelier. It was so easy to make and looks so cool hanging in my dining room (although my daughter keeps trying to steal the pumpkins)!

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Supplies:

  • Foam ring (6 inch diameter)
  • Candy pumpkins (I used ¬†30)
  • 28 gauge wire
  • Needle
  • Black tulle cut into 2 inch strips.
  • Black ribbon
Directions:

Cut 6 pieces of wire into 18-24 inches long strands. I like to vary the length of the strands.

Using a needle, poke holes into each of the candy pumpkins from top to bottom.

Tie a knot at the end of one of the pieces of wire.

Thread a candy pumpkin onto the wire.

Tie another knot in the wire about 3 inches above the first pumpkin.

Thread another candy pumpkin.

Repeat until you added 5 pumpkins to the strand. Repeat until you have 6 strands.

Tie the wires onto the foam ring.

Wrap the ring with strips of tulle until completely covered. Attach with pins or Glue Dots.

Tie ribbons onto the ring to hang.

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If you've made any candy decorations for Halloween, I'd love to see them. Please email me a photo at jillian(at)catchmyparty(dot)com.

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  • Leslie B

    Leslie B wrote:

    I love this idea. I'm already gathering ideas for next year's Halloween celebration and birthday party for my oldest (his birthday is November 3rd so we usually have a Halloween themed party). I've added this to my boards on pinterest to keep track of it so I'll remember it next year.