Make these absolutely adorable candy corn pieces out of clay! They’re a fun addition to any fall décor! Set them in a bowl or scatter them on a tabletop.
Divide the clay block into eight equal sections. We used 10 ounces of clay in a block that is 7" x 3" x 5/8" thick.
Roll the clay into balls.
Pinch one end of the clay ball into a pointed shape.
Press the pointed clay ball flat on a smooth surface.
Keep working the clay into a candy corn shape by flattening and pinching the clay. Our finished candy corn is approximately ½" to ¾" thick, and 1 ½” wide by 2" tall.
When the shape is well developed, roll the clay candy corn on its side to create smooth, rounded corners.
Use a paint brush to press lines into the clay candy corn, dividing the shape into thirds. Have the lines continue around all sides of the candy corn.
Bake the clay candy corn pieces at 250 degrees for ten minutes on one side, then flip and bake them for another ten minutes. Let cool.
Paint the bottom sections of the candy corn pieces yellow. Let dry.
Paint the middle sections of the candy corn pieces orange. Let dry. Optional tip: Coat the candy corn pieces with a clear spray paint or sealer if desired.