Halloween Candy Buttons with Printable

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This is the story about a Halloween Candy Button making fail.  Oops.  But I’m here to tell you that you can make candy buttons.  It’s more of a do what I say, not what I do kind of post.  And there’s a printable involved too, so that’s a bonus, right?

Halloween Candy Buttons with "Cute as a button" printable www.thirtyhandmadedays.com
I rounded up my kids to get cooking in the kitchen.  We made this simple recipe for candy buttons.  Easy peasy.  The only problem is that they ended up looking more like orange chocolate chips than candy buttons.  Darn it.

Making candy buttons for HalloweenI had the kids pipe some of the buttons and they did their best.  And that’s all I’ll say about that.

Halloween Candy Buttons with Printable - "You're cute as a button" www.thirtyhandmadedays.comI still think the printable turned out cute though.  Even if it should say “You’re cute as a chocolate chip.”  It’s not my first time using that phrase.  Check out my- Cute as a button Valentine, Cute as a button teacher, Cute as a button holidays.

I used Wilton pretzel stick bags to put the candy buttons in and then attached the printable by stapling it on.  Kids could write a little note on the back to each of their friends.  A fun candy idea without it being candy bars.  This is just straight up sugar.  Just what every kid needs more of, right?  (just kidding!)  I created a button printable template and placed it underneath parchment paper.  Once piped, I let them dry, cut strips into the right size (approx 2″ wide and 9″ long) and then gently guided them into their bags.  Even with gentle guidance some buttons shifted around.

 Halloween Candy Buttons with "Cute as a button" printable www.thirtyhandmadedays.com
*Cute Halloween signs in all the pictures are from the amazing Evie Ivy.

Download cute as a button full sheet.  And button candy template.
For personal use only. Thanks!

Check out all of my Halloween posts for more inspiration.  And make sure to visit my printables page too! I’ve been cranking them out lately.  Now on to this month’s blog hop!
Pull up a seat and get ready to have your cravings triggered by 10 original posts, provided by 10 delicious bloggers. Pin your heart out, my friends.

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5. Landeelu sharing Reeses Pieces and Pretzel Popcorn

6. Little Miss Momma sharing Candy Covered Halloween Marshmallow Pops

7. Capturing Joy sharing Halloween Candy Porch Sign

8. Thirty Handmade Days sharing Halloween Candy Buttons and Printable

9. Simply Kierste sharing The Best Homemade Caramels

10. Six Sisters’ Stuff sharing Candy Corn Fudge