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Rose Candy Corn

Posted by phonegirl (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 31, 09 at 9:32

Thought I was done with these but noticed I still need to go back and add some more line work. Will post any way so you have something to look at. haha

Candy Corn with Roses


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RE: Rose Candy Corn

They are so cute! Everyone is the same but also so different! You did a really great job! What line work?

Belle


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RE: Rose Candy Corn

Punk! They are so cute. Is that your own design? Never saw any like that before. Cute cute cute! ~Anj


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RE: Rose Candy Corn

Cute, cute, cute! How are you using them? How big are they? You know me and liking to decorate tables--I immediately thought "napkin rings" when I saw them. I've never seen candy corns with roses--gives them a bit of a feminine touch which I love. Luvs


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RE: Rose Candy Corn

Thanks for all your comments on these little candy corns. They are the size of the palm of your hand. These were out of the book Buddubg Blessings & Frosy Faces by Michelle Almeida. The bottom right one has a few line strokes that the other three don't. I painted them differt yellows but you can't see the difference in the picture.

I thought they would be nice on a leaf wreath with some other spooks or things for Halloween. I have a witch that says "The Witch Is In" that I want to paint so that would be cute in the center. I had made patterns for DH with alot from this book and he cut them all out so I thought it would be easier to paint like crazy while I can find the book. haha

I think if a person would shrink the pattern they would be darling for napkin rings.

Punk


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