The weather is definitely changing here in Colorado! We've had a few hot days the past week but, looking forward in the forecast, we will be more seasonal going forward. The nights have really begun to chill off too. All meaning that, in just a few weeks, it will officially be Fall. To welcome one of my favorite seasons, I made a Corn Husk Fall Wreath to put on the door to greet it.
Corn husks just seemed to say "Fall" to me so I picked up a bag of them in the ethnic aisle at my grocery store.
Once home, I gathered up my supplies and started creating.
I used a leftover cardboard plate protector as the base, but you could easily cut out a round in any available cardboard. I had painted some of the husks orange, but once I went to place them on the wreath, I didn't like the look and wound up not using them. No worries! There are plenty of husks in the package!
Once I had hot glued several layers of husks I added a big metal sunflower I had purchased at Michael's on sale and with a coupon!
A 15 minute project just pops against our black front door!I don't think Fall will miss our house!
Such an easy and inexpensive project completed on a Fall like afternoon.
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