Learn how to make a simple DIY corn husk wreath for fall. This very easy project will result in fall home decor you can enjoy for years to come.
DIY Fall Corn Husk Wreath
Corn husk wreaths are not only very easy and affordable to make, but they also add so much character to fall decor. I love using natural elements in my home decor and am always looking for ways to bring the outdoors in. This DIY fall corn husk wreath does just that!
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Husks from 24 ears of corn (or prepared corn husks)
Cookie cooling racks
12-14” wreath form
How to make a DIY fall corn husk wreath
Step 1: Dry corn husks from 2 dozen ears of corn on cooling racks for best air flow
Step 2: Gather bunches of corn husks (about 8-12 per bunch)
Step 3: Use floral wire to secure the bunch of husks to a 12″ wreath form
Step 4: Continue steps 2 & 3 until the wreath form is full
Check out this video for a full tutorial!
Decorating with a corn husk wreath
I love how much character these wreaths add. It’s a simple way to add a lot of texture and interest to a space. I hung mine over a few vintage windows and it was just enough to complete the space for fall. DIY corn husk wreaths would be perfect on a door, over a mantel, on a wall, or any open space that needs a little something. Corn husk wreaths will also hold up over time when stored in a dry place. The wreath in these pictures was from last year and it is still going strong! If you keep your wreath outdoors in the elements it may only last one season.
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