Decorating for Fall with a Corn Husk Wreath

I fell in love with this Corn Husk Wreath tutorial from How Does She? the second I saw it. Ever since I made tamales with my brother-in-law and had an extra bag of corn husks, I’ve been waiting for a project to use them. You only need one bag of corn husks (found at almost any grocery store in the Hispanic food section), a round wreath form, straight pins or hot glue, and a door!! Here’s how mine turned out.

Doesn’t it look so great? The husks are damp when you create this, but then dry and crisp up, going in all sorts of fun directions. My door is all set for November. Head on over to How Does She? for the step by step instructions.

And speaking of wreaths, I’ll be teaching a fun wreath class at the Oh Sweet Sadie Academy coming up on November 11-13 in South Jordan, Utah. They have all sorts of fun creative classes to choose from: photography, sewing, chocolate, jewelry…everything a girl needs!

Here’s the beautiful Recycled Book Wreath that I’ll be teaching, along with my Hand-Stitched Greeting Cards for Christmas. Sign up for Oh Sweet Sadie Academy now, classes go fast!

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