Friday, October 18, 2013

Fat free candy corn

It's candy corn season and everywhere you look you'll see the little yellow, orange and white confections. Wade absolutely loves candy corn and I'm always picking up a container of it at the dollar store for him. I'm not real crazy about it but I do like all the candy corn crafts I see.
I recently made a fat free version of the little cuties

A little bit of fabric a little bit of stuffing and a little bit of time playing on the sewing machine.


26 comments:

  1. Yes, fat free version for me, please, as they look great!

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  2. Ann! These are adorable!! I wish I could sew...

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  3. How creative!!!

    This truly IS the season for candy corn. Bud and I have a traditional bowl of the mix of the candy and salted peanuts!! A great combination.

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  4. glad to see we now have fat free, they are really cute. i like the real ones but have not had any in about 6 years. we had to go off sugar for both of us, but these would not hurt our sugar for sure. i love the new header, especailly he border background and of course DUKE

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  5. I love these, Ann. So cute! Love the stitching. I love the real thing as well, but I only like Brach's brand and they are hard to find. I did manage to find and buy two bags, but they are long gone, so the search continues..............:)

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  6. adorable, perfect for TRICK OR TREAT.

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  7. Now if the candy ones were only calorie free! Cute.

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  8. How CUTE. Love the stitching you selected. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  9. Looks real fun. I mix peanuts with my candy corn.

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  10. I'm with Wade I love candy corn especially the ones that are chocolate ... what a cute craft idea making non-calorie candy corns - I know you would sell a ton of these at craft fairs ... but if I made them I couldn't give them away. Send me your pattern and what you used for materials - I might give them a try!

    Have a nice weekend - Katie

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  11. Good Morning Ann,
    I love your fat free candy corn.
    So cute :) I might try making a small pin cushion size.
    Thanks for the inspiration :)
    Have a wonderful weekend,
    Your blogging sister, Connie :)

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  12. After the chicken parfait I'm going to need some non fat free candy corn.
    Love your fat free version!!

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  13. I'm with you Ann...I'd rather have the crafts too. Too cute.

    Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. :)

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  14. Now THAT candy corn could find a real nice spot in my home...

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  15. That's the kind of candy corn I'd like! Great job Ann!

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  16. Love 'em, Ann... AND--they truly are 'sugar free'.....

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  17. These are SO cute!!!! And I am in love with your new look, the background and header, it is GORGEOUS!

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  18. Now those are the kind of candy corn to eat. The fat free kind. Those are great looking candy corns. Hope you have a great week end.

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  19. And no calories either. They are cute!

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  20. I like your candy corn better than the confection corn ~ cute decoration!

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  21. I like it, but don't love it like I do chocolate. :)
    Cute idea! what do you do with all this stuff you make?? are you selling more of it?? it's so cute, sell!

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  22. Love your candy corn pillows! I think I should make some for me!

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  23. Candy corn is too sweet for my liking. Those are cute!

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