How to Diy a Beautiful Rustic Indian Corn Wreath

3 Materials
25 Minutes

I had tons of Indian corn in our garden this year. So I went in search of what I could do with it.

My finished wreath

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.

My stash of mini corn

Tools and Materials:

My wreath form

1. Wrap the Wreath

I used a 12" wreath form I had on hand and wrapped it in some muslin so the color of the form would not show through between the ears of corn.

DIY Indian corn wreath for fall decor

2. Hot Glue the Corn to the Wreath

Now you are going to hot glue your Indian corn to the wreath.

Corn crafts

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.

Halfway done with Indian corn wreath

3. Add a Hanger

I then used a piece of jute as the hanger. I looped it from the front to the back of the wreath form.

This is quite heavy when done. I recommend hanging it on something that can hold heavier items.

The final corn wreath

How to Make a DIY Indian Corn Wreath

This really only took me less than a half hour and the outcome is beautiful.

I hope you enjoyed this fall craft and I would love to hear what you think of my creation in the comments!

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