Halloween Candy Jar - Kelly Panacci
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Halloween Candy Jar - Kelly Panacci

Decorate and display treats with this home-made candy holder. By using a few wooden pieces, a jar, and candlestick holder you can create a spooky sweet candy display. It will be ghoulish fun to craft!

Designed by Kara Ward courtesy of EK Success®.

Craft Time: 60+ minutes
Uses Recycled Items: No
 
 
 
 
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Material List

  • EK Success® Edger Punch - Scalloped Scallop and Dotted Scallop
  • EK Success® Jolee's® Bling Gold Thick Borders
  • EK Success® Circle Scissor Pro
  • EK Success® 3-Inch Scallop Circle Nesting Punch
  • EK Success 3D-Dots® Adhesive Foam Squares, 1/8" - White
  • EK Success® EK Success Herma® Dotto® Adhesive Tape Runner - Permanent
  • EK Success Zig® 2-Way Glue Pen
  • EK Success® Honey Bee Craft Scissors
  • EK Success® Cutterpede® Straight Edge Trimmer
  • K&Company Specialty Paper Pad, 12" x 12" - Halloween
  • K&Company Die-Cut Cardstock - Halloween Icon
  • K&Company Rub-On with Embellishments - Halloween Spider
  • Metal Candlestick
  • Wooden Wheel
  • Wooden Circle
  • Wooden Knob
  • Jar
  • Gorilla Glue®
  • Hot Glue
  • Acrylic Paint - Black
  • Celebrate It® Ribbon - Orange
 

Project Instructions

Begin by painting all wooden pieces black. Set the pieces aside to dry.


Cover the wooden circle base with purple pattern paper. Trace around the wood piece or use a circle cutter to cut the size you need. Use a scallop punch to create a white/black patterned paper border around the base of the circle.
 

Follow the directions on the Gorilla Glue® and glue the candlestick holder to the wooden circle base. Use the Gorilla Glue® to glue the painted wooden knob inside the painted wooded wheel.
 

For the lid of the jar, cut a circle of purple patterned paper by tracing the shape or using a circle cutter. Adhere it to the top of the jar using Gorilla Glue®. Add a border from black patterned paper around the outside edge of the jar. Attach gems around the edge of lid by cutting the thick gem border into strips. Punch a scallop circle for the lid and attach the wood wheel piece and knob with Gorilla Glue®.
 

Punch a border for the jar's base from striped patterned paper. Attach it with hot glue to the jar.
 

Glue the jar to the wooden circle base with Gorilla Glue®.
 

Embellish the wooden circle base with die-cuts and a dimensional spider sticker and a die-cut tag.
 

Add a ribbon to the knob at the top of the jar.

 

Tips

Make sure to read and follow the directions on the Gorilla Glue® bottle.