Candy Corn Light Bulb Craft

Candy Corn Light Bulb Craft


This super cute candy corn light bulb craft that is easy enough for a child to make (with adult supervision). These candy corn light bulbs can be strung on a ribbon as a banner, hung in a window as décor, or set up in on your table on a dish or nestled in popcorn as a centerpiece!



Candy Corn Light Bulb Craft Materials

• 3pk glass Light Bulb Ornaments (see below for places to buy)
Yellow, White and Orange Pom-Pom Balls
• A Strand of Ribbon (for hanging)
• Pencil

Candy Corn Light Bulb Craft Directions:

Candy Corn Light Bulb Craft


1. Take the tops off your light bulb shaped ornaments by pinching the metal part together, and sliding the top off (be careful, they might be sharp)

Candy Corn Light Bulb Craft


2. Start with white pom-pom balls, put one at the top then push it down with a pencil
3. Repeat step 2 until your bulb is 1/3 of the way full
4. Move on to the next color, orange pom-poms. Repeat step 2 until your bulb is 2/3 way full

Candy Corn Light Bulb Craft


5. Now finish with your last color, yellow pom-poms, repeat step 2 with yellow pom-poms until your light bulb is full
6. Punch your 2 metal prongs to put the top back on, slide the prongs back inside the top and push down to cap off

Candy Corn Light Bulb Craft


7. Now you can display your crafts by sliding a ribbon on the top of the ornaments and stringing them together as a banner, hung in a window, off a tree or put them in a dish for a centerpiece!

Candy Corn Light Bulb Craft


This is so adorable, and easy to do! There are plastic and glass crafting light bulbs you can purchase, and I linked below. Note that some do not have a hanger and some do. If you plan on hanging these as a banner, you may want to go with the ones that have a hanger at the end.

Here are some places you can buy the light bulbs:

Hobby Lobby: (in-store) these are glass
Michaels: (in-store) these are plastic.
On Amazon, here or here or here or (here, these are smaller).

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Phone Photography Tips and Tricks

Phone Photography Tips and Tricks; Ever wonder how people take such beautiful photographs with their phone camera? Would you like to improve your phone-camera-skills? These phone photography tips and tricks will have you taking camera phone photos like a pro in no time flat!


Phone Photography Tips and Tricks

Ever wonder how people take such beautiful photographs with their phone camera? Would you like to improve your phone-camera-skills? These phone photography tips and tricks will have you taking camera phone photos like a pro in no time flat!

Your phone is a wonderful tool! It can do just about everything with phones today, including taking some pretty awesome photos when you know how to do it. There are many options that can be changed in your settings that you may not be aware of as well as accessories that you can purchase. We will touch on a few of those things here.

• There are many settings that your phone has that you may not even know exist. For example, so many people keep the flash on their camera turned on. This ruins many images. Of course at night it’s unavoidable, but if the lighting is just dim, test out changing the ISO under your camera settings. The darker the room the higher the ISO should be, you’ll be surprised at how much that simple change can help improve your images.

• For fast moving little ones, turn on your burst shot mode, you’ll be able to take multiple photos one right after the other to capture photos while avoiding blur. This setting is also helpful when trying to take photos while in a moving vehicle, such as of landscapes or sunsets while on a road trip.

• Another idea is to try downloading a new camera app. Your phone comes with a standard camera app built in, but there are many options available for both apple and android that will allow more editing options as well as in camera setting options. Test out a few to see what you like best and what produces the type of images that you are wanting.

• You can also try editing your photos to improve their looks (I am a BIG editor). There are a variety of editing apps that will help you improve lighting and clarity for most images. Always remember to stable your hand before taking a photo to aid in the photo being crisp and clear. (These are not apps to apply “filters” with, but rather adjust lighting and color the basic way to improve image quality.

• For some phones there are small lenses that can be purchased to allow better photos to be taken. Check with your phone manufacturer to see if these lenses are available for your phone! If you take many camera phone photos and would like to improve the quality of you phone photos, one of those lenses can be worth the small investment.

Phone Photography Tips and Tricks; Ever wonder how people take such beautiful photographs with their phone camera? Would you like to improve your phone-camera-skills? These phone photography tips and tricks will have you taking camera phone photos like a pro in no time flat!


What camera phone photography tips and tricks do you use take better photographs with your phone?


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