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Make a Corn Husk Wreath

14 November 2013 2,791 views 2 Comments

by rhonda

Make a Corn Husk Wreath

I love that fall decor is traditionally full if all kinds of natural elements that go along with harvest season. And I have always been a big fan of corn husk crafts, ever since I learned how to make corn husk dolls as a child. One of the best parts about crafting with corn husks, besides the fact that they look cool, is that if you save and dry them after eating corn on the cob, they are free! Haeley from Design Improvised used some to make a lovely wreath to greet her Thanksgiving guests this year. It's simple and elegant and rustic all rolled into one beautiful project! [how to make a corn husk wreath]

Project estimate:

  • Corn husks, on hand
  • Wreath form, $1 and up
  • Feathers (optional), on hand or $1
  • Hot glue, on hand

Total: $1 and up

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2 Comments »

  • pam harris said:

    Thank you for sharing this one!!! Corn husks! One of my fav crafting materials these days! And this wreath is gorgeous! Definitely making one!

  • Crafts Ideas 2014 said:

    One of the most clever ideas I’ve seen. You did a FABULOUS job. Creative and practical. I love it. Might just do one for myself! Thanks :)

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