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My guy and I have birthdays just 6 days apart, so we tend to cram lots of birthday celebrations in this time of year. This is a cute idea.
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My uncle used to bring some when he visited from NYC. Great memories.
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I love gifts like this because they show someone thought about it rather than just scribbling happy birthday on a piece of paper. Guess I know what to bring with me beside cupcakes lol.
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Comments So cute! Swedish fish may just be my favorite candy! I LOVE this cute idea and tag! Thanks, pinned. Girl this is seriously so incredible!!! I want these for breakfast now! This is the bottom of the candy corn kernel from side to side. Then multiply the base times the height by one-third.
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Calculate the volume of the jar. Most jars are cylindrical. Measure the base of the cylinder and the height of the cylinder. Divide the base of the cylinder by two to find the radius. Then square the radius and multiply the result by the height and pi, which is estimated at 3. Divide the volume of the jar by the average volume of candy corn.
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This will provide you with the maximum number of pieces of candy corn that can fit in the jar. Adjust your calculation downward by approximately 20 pieces of candy corn to account for empty space in the jar between each candy corn. He has written for Bureau of National Affairs, Inc and various websites.