DIY Anthropology Corn Husk Wreath Knock Off For Less Than $10

You can buy this corn husk wreath at Anthropology or Pier One.  Or, you can make your own for a fraction of the cost and the satisfaction of knowing that you created your own front door masterpiece!

The natural look is in this fall.  Neutral colors abound with white and grey pumpkins, sweater-covered pillows and burlap bows and accents.  Add in the texture of corn husks, and you have a gorgeous vignette, full of texture and tone-on-tone elegance.

This corn husk wreath can be purchased for anywhere between $58 and $80 at some higher end retail stores.  But if you can handle a glue gun, you can make this for less than $10.  Wow!  That’s a huge savings!



Hymns and Verses made her own version and it looks almost identical to the ready-made version at the store.  She used tamale wrappers from the grocery, trimmed them up and glued them onto a wreath form for a perfect look-alike.

We love browsing the newest trends and seeing what we can recreate at home.  You never know how easy and inexpensive it might be.  We hope you try this one yourself!



Here are the materials that you need to make your own DIY Corn Husk Wreath:

  • twig wreath base (found at most craft stores)
  • 6 oz. packaged corn husks, depending upon size of wreath base (these are tamale wrappers – found in International Aisle at the grocery store or online)
  • hot glue gun and glue sticks
Visit Hymns and Verses to see how she did it!


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