Bring a Modern Touch to a Dried Corn Wreath

Add a modern twist to a traditional, fall grapevine wreath with felted ball stems, an abstract yarn pattern and classic flint corn.
Dried Corn Wreath on Front Door

Dried Corn Wreath on Front Door

Bring a modern harvest vibe to your front door with a dried corn wreath. Attach corn husks and felted ball stems to a grapevine wreath with colorful yarn.

Materials Needed

(3) dried popcorn cobs
grapevine wreath
grapevine wire
modern floral stem with felted ball stems
yarn
wire cutters
hot glue gun
hot glue sticks
scissors

Shape Wreath

Using wire cutters, trim any excess or protruding vines to give the wreath a clean, circular shape.

Step 1- Shape Up Wreath

Step 1- Shape Up Wreath

Using wire cutters trim up any excess or protruding vines so the wreath will have a clean circular shape.

Photo by: Brian Patrick Flynn

Brian Patrick Flynn

Add Yarn

Starting on the back, wrap yarn around the wreath several times in an abstract pattern. Then tie the yarn off on the back of the wreath and secure the knot with glue.

Step 2- Wrap Yarn Around Wreath

Step 2- Wrap Yarn Around Wreath

Wrap yarn around the wreath in an abstract pattern. Tie yarn on the back of the wreath to get started. Wrap it around the wreath several times overlapping here and there, then tie off on the back of wreath and secure the knot with hot glue.

Photo by: Brian Patrick Flynn

Brian Patrick Flynn

Prep Floral Stems

Using wire cutters or scissors, cut the long floral stems off where the branches meet at the base (Image 1). Using a dab of glue to get started, tightly wrap the stems in yarn, working your way up the stem (Image 2). Cut the yarn when you reach the top, then secure with glue.

Attach Floral Stems

Attach the floral stems to the wreath by bending the stems to mimic the shape of the wreath, then attach using grapevine wire. Twist off the grapevine wire in the back of the wreath.

Step 4- Attach Floral Stems to Wreath

Step 4- Attach Floral Stems to Wreath

To attach the floral stems to the wreath you will bend the stems to mimic the shape of the wreath, then attach them using grapevine wire. Twist off the grapevine wire in the back of the wreath.

Photo by: Brian Patrick Flynn

Brian Patrick Flynn

Glue Corn Cobs

Lay the corn cobs side by side, staggering their heights a bit. Glue them into place.

Step 5- Glue Corn Cobs

Step 5- Glue Corn Cobs

Lay the three corn cobs side by side, staggering their heights a bit. Hold them tightly together as you hot glue them into place.

Photo by: Brian Patrick Flynn

Brian Patrick Flynn

Attach Corn Cobs

Wrap the corn cobs with wire and yarn and tie off. Secure with glue. Use the grapevine wire to attach this to the base of the wreath a bit off center.

Step 6- Attach Corn Cobs to Wreath

Step 6- Attach Corn Cobs to Wreath

Wrap the corn cobs in wire and yarn and tie off, then secure with hot glue. Use the grapevine wire to attach this to the base of wreath, a bit off center.

Photo by: Brian Patrick Flynn

Brian Patrick Flynn

Add Hanger

Cut yarn to size, then knot on one end. Tie knotted yarn hanger onto the back of the wreath (Image 1). Hang using a wreath hanger or removable hooks (Image 2).

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