Nothing says the change of seasons like a new wreath on the front door. Usher in the colors of autumn with a rustic DIY Indian Corn Wreath. Your neighbors will be so impressed!
Summer has been hanging on for dear life this year, but it looks like Mother Nature is finally allowing us a peek of fall. At least for a few days. But, that’s long enough to get excited about fall decorating! As October arrives and fall and Halloween preparations take over, people are prepared to spend big money this year. Experts anticipate $9.1 billion in fall spending for this year alone – a new record.
You, however, do not have to break your bank to have a beautiful fall door. Scour the stores or farmer’s markets for some Indian Corn and, in the blink of an eye, you can make this gorgeous wreath. We love the rich colors, which would pair beautifully with Mums, pumpkins and gourds. Tie some corn stalks to your sidewalk light post for real curb appeal. Stone Gable shows us the DIY steps to making this lovely, rustic wreath. Try this project and the farmhouse look can be yours in no time.
Your materials list for a DIY Indian Corn Wreath includes:
- mini Indian Corn
- straw wreath
- hot glue gun and glue sticks
Pop over to Stone Gable for her simple instructions.
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