Diy Indian Corn Wreath
I had tons of Indian corn in our garden this year. So I went in search of what I could do with it.
This is my version of an Indian corn wreath. I used what I had on hand but all things could be found at a dollar store or your craft store.
I used a 12" wreath form I had on hand. I wrapped it in some muslin I had because I didn't want the green to show through between the ears
I just started hot gluing the ears onto the wreath.
I literally just kept hot gluing the Indian corn on. In the one photo you can see I'm adding just a touch of the hot glue between the ears. I didn't do this to every ear just a few. It seemed to make them hold on better.
This really only took me less that a half hour. You just keep gluing all the way around and go back and add more glue where they may not be on as good. I then luped a piece of jute through the front to the back for the hanger. This is quite heavy when done. And I recommend hanging it on something that can hold heavier items.
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