How to Make Festive Kwanzaa Corn Husk Vases
Incorporate a powerful symbol of Kwanzaa into the holiday table with these corn husk vases. Corn traditionally pays tribute to the circle of life in Kwanzaa celebrations, and these vases are a unique way to pass along this custom.
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Trim Excess Husk
Cut overhanging corn husk to make even with edge of glass.
Attach Braided Yarn
Attach end of yarn to lower half of vase with a drop of glue. Wrap yarn around the base of the vase several times (Image 1). Cut the end of the yarn, and secure it with glue (Image 2).
Fill vase with water and flowers, and use as a beautiful, natural element for the Kwanzaa table.
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