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Make a Harvest Corn-Husk Wreath

By: Heather Patterson and Vanessa Hunt
May 24, 2016

Celebrate the season's bounty with a corn husk wreath.

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Craft a Corn Husk Wreath for Fall

Add an autumnal touch to your front door with this DIY corn husk wreath made with just five simple supplies. Corn husks can be purchased online or from your local grocery store — look for tamale wrappers in the international food section. Layer them onto a straw wreath form, and voila! You’ve got a harvest-inspired accent you can leave up all season long. Read on for step-by-step instructions on how to make a corn husk wreath, and get more fun fall craft project ideas.

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You will need: dried corn husks / a straw wreath / u-pins / dried flowers / ribbon 

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Tamale Wrappers

A good source of dried corn husks are tamale wrappers. You can find them in the Latin food section of your grocery store.

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Soak the Corn Husks

Dried corn husks are typically a bit brittle. Soak them in lukewarm water for a few seconds to make them more pliable.

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