DIY ~ Make A Corn Cob Wreath !

30 Minutes
While buying some winter pansies this week at a local nursery, I spotted a wonderful corn cob wreath. The price was too high at $15 for my wallet, so I decided to recreate it. Since I don’t grow corn, I had to purchase some, but it was only $4 for two bunches of Indian corn. I chose a larger bunch with five ears of corn in darker colors and a smaller bunch in lighter colors. This simple wreath is perfect for Fall decorating and also makes a lovely birdfeeder ! Look at the tutorial below for this quick & easy project or check out more detailed directions in my article at :
Make Your Own Corn Cob Wreath ! (a quick & easy Fall project)
Step # 1 ~ Snap large ears of Indian Corn into thirds, drill a hole through the center of each.
Step # 2 ~ Insert wire and attach ends forming a circle.
Step # 3 ~ Attach the smaller ears to the wreath with some ribbon . TA ! DA !

Barb Rosen
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  • Beverly Green Beverly Green on Oct 06, 2016
    Beware, experience tells me that these pretty little, craft lover's corn cobs attract bugs and critters. At the end of the season do NOT store this for use next year. Dispose of the natural elements and repurpose what's left.

    • Barb Rosen Barb Rosen on Oct 06, 2016
      Yes, I hang them outside for the squirrels, Beverly!

  • Rembatb Rembatb on Oct 04, 2017
    Super easy and super cute.

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    • Barb Rosen Barb Rosen on Oct 05, 2017
      Yes, I have it on the front door until after Thanksgiving, then put the wreath out for the critters!