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Friday
Sep282012

Corn wreath

I just loved this corn wreath when I first came across it on Pinterest and I knew that I had to recreate it right away for my fall mantel. I think it turned out really great and it was so easy!

 I already had these flat wood wreath forms from another project gone awry, so they worked perfectly. A little hot glue and some dried corn and voila! I had to hunt this corn down as in, first stop JoAnn fabrics...nope, second stop Hobby Lobby...na da, Albertson....third time is a charm! Apparently, I was thinking way too hard about this stuff it is not considered a crafty item, it is a grocery item...duh!

Anyway, I got em and it took just under three bags of the small dried corn to complete this project at $5.99 a bag.

This is just the begining of my fall mantel, I like to take it slow and gradually add more and more as the season progresses. So, stay tuned for more fall mantel details!

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I love Fall projects with the colorful corn -- love that you made it into a wreath! Thanks for sharing!

October 1, 2012 | Unregistered Commentercassie {hi sugarplum}

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