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Kawaii Candy Corn Halloween Painted Rock

Candy corn is the cutest of all the Autumn treats, paint it on a rock for holiday decorations.
Hi rock painting friends, it's Natalie from Doodlecraft with another fun painted rock tutorial!  

Chilly autumn weather brings crunchy leaves, orange pumpkins, sweaters, candy corn and (or course) painted rocks featuring those iconic symbols of fall!

Whether you like the taste of candy corn or not, there's no doubt that they are adorable and emblematic of the Halloween season.

Let's make a candy corn painted rock 20% cuter by adding big kawaii eyes and a tiny mouth. 

This cute Halloween craft is perfect for rock painting beginners or intermediate painters looking for Halloween rock painting ideas.

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Halloween Rock Painting Idea:
Adorable Candy Corn Painted Rock

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Halloween Rock Painting Video: Candy Corn with Kawaii Face

Watch Natalie Shaw demonstrate this adorable Halloween painted rock project.

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Candy Corn Painted Rock Step 1: Paint an orange basecoat

Candycorn rock painting tutorial
Begin by painting the entire triangle shaped rock orange. Allow to dry completely.

Candy Corn Painted Rock Step 2: Add the yellow paint

How to paint a halloween candy corn rock
Next, paint the longer end of the triangle yellow. Let it dry completely.

Candy Corn Painted Rock Step 3: Paint the tip white

How to make an easy halloween craft for kids
Next paint the tip of the triangle white. Allow it to dry completely.

Candy Corn Painted Rock Step 4: Candy Corn!

How to make an easy halloween painted rock
Now the candy corn rock is cute and could be sealed, planted or decorated just like this...but let's take it one step further by giving it a darling face.

Candy Corn Painted Rock Step 5: Kawaii Time!

How to draw kawaii style eyes
Use a detail brush and paint big black circles for eyes between the yellow and orange sections.  Paint a tiny mouth below and between the eyes.  Let the black paint dry completely.  If you aren't confident using a tiny paintbrush, use a Posca paint pen instead.

Candy Corn Painted Rock Step 6: White Dots!

Kawaii candy corn painted rock tutorial diy is the perfect fall craft for kids, rock painting enthusiasts or beginners.
Finally, use the back end of the paintbrush and put 4 little dots inside the eyes.

To finish it off, spray it with clear coat sealer.

It's a perfect part of Autumn holiday decor or ready for hiding in your city for someone to find!

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Yield: 1 rock

Candy Corn Halloween Painted Rock

Candy corn is so iconic of Halloween, let's make an adorable kawaii style painted rock featuring an adorable candy corn for Halloween!

ingredients:

Triangle Shaped Rock
Paintbrushes
Acrylic Paint: Orange
Acrylic Paint: Yellow
Acrylic Paint: White
Acrylic Paint: Black
Clear spray sealer

instructions:

Candy corn painted rock
  1. Begin by painting the entire triangle shaped rock orange. Allow to dry completely.
  2. Paint the longer end of the triangle rock yellow. Allow to dry completely.
  3. Next paint the tip of the triangle white and let it dry.
  4. If you would like a faceless candy corn rock, you could just stop here! If you want it to have an adorable face, go to the next step
How to add a kawaii face to your candy corn rock
  1. Use a detail brush and paint big black circles for eyes between the yellow and orange sections.  Paint a tiny mouth below and between the eyes.  Let the black paint dry completely.  If you aren't confident using a tiny paintbrush, use a paint pen instead.
  2. Use the back end of the paintbrush and put 4 little dots inside the eyes. 
  3. To finish it off, spray it with clear coat sealer. 
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About the Author:

Natalie Shaw is a Craft/DIY blogger at Doodle Craft. She loves sci-fi, fantasy and video game geekery and that comes out in many of her projects. She posts budget conscious DIY’s, crafts, jewelry, kid friendly projects, upcycled treasures and other fun on her blog 5 days a week.You can find her on TwitterFacebookPinterest, and Instagram.

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