Hi everyone! Happy Fall! Can you believe it's October already? Today's DIY project is a fun, very easy, very inexpensive project to get your creative juices flowing! Sometimes I like to wander around the grocery store and see what things I can find to use as a prop or in a craft project. And that's just how I happened upon these corn husks. I don't remember the exact price of them but I believe they were under $3 (maybe even less than that!) for the whole pack. I scooped them up, knowing there were dozens of possibilities for them. To start, I decided to make a wreath out of them.
First I cut a small cardboard circle out of some scrap cardboard I had laying around.
Next I stapled the individual corn husks around the perimeter of the circle. I overlapped them a bit and once the whole circle had been filled in with corn husks I stapled another round of husks on top, creating an overlapped type of look.
I decided I didn't like the look of the staples showing so I took long strips of fabric and wrapped them around the middle of the wreath shape. There wasn't any rhyme or reason to me doing this, I basically wove the fabric in and out of the corn husks.
And this is my finished result! I hung it up above our bed with a thumb tack. I think it looks lovely! This would also look great on your front door as well.
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