I'm not sure there is an easier way to craft yourself into the Halloween spirit. This centerpiece looks great and only took about 6 bucks and 2 minutes to finish. I suppose that means it's the perfect way to trick and treat your guests. Badump Bump Pssh!
Anyways, let's get started.
First you'll want to make sure you have everything you need. I used a glass set I already had, dollar store candy and cheap but delicious smelling pumpkin candles. I also used some dollar store creepy cheese cloth and some small white pumpkins from my local grocery store for the finishing touches.
Second, monster mash it together. Since my glasses had a hollowed out bottom, I put a little bit of candy corn in first to fill up that hole. Don't go too crazy on the only appropriate for about 2 weeks out of every year treat, or your candle won't sit straight. After that, I put in the candle and filled in the surrounding spaces with the left over candy corn.
After the candles were done I placed them on top of the creepy cloth and brought out the baby polar bear pumpkins and that's all folks! I've seen tons of variations of this craft on Pinterest, so feel free to mix up the look with different sized candles and glasses.