Corn Husk Fall Wreath for Only $7.00!

4 Materials
$7
2 Hours
Easy
With only two items, you can create a simple yet unique fall wreath.
The two items are a straw wreath (I used a 16”) and corn husks which can be found at any grocery store in the ethnic food section.
You’ll also need hot glue and paint - if you choose to paint it.
1 - I began by covering entire wreath by wrapping husks around the wreath and hot gluing in place.




2 - I made the “petals” by folding husks in half and cutting them into a petal shape
3 - I used acrylic paint to paint the husks. I wanted some of them to be painted only on the tip so using a piece of cardboard, I made a template to paint around.
4 - I glued the first row of petals to the bottom of the wreath
5 - The second row is glued to the middle of the wreath. I carefully bent each husk and applied hot glue.
6 - Those husks are then glued to the middle of the wreath.
7 - For the third row, I bent the ends of the husks backwards and applied hot glue.
8 - Those petals were then applied to the inside of the wreath
9 - I flipped the wreath upside down and hot glued a piece of twine to the back as a hanger.
10 - I hung my wreath in my dining room to add to our festive Thanksgiving decorations.
Do you like the personalized tablecloth and those unique napkins? Here is the link to find those projects
Suggested materials:
  • Straw wreath   (AC Moore)
  • Corn Husks   (Walmart)
  • Glue gun
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