2 bags dried corn husks
raw corn husks from 7 ears of corn
1 flat wood wreath form
** Soak your husks in water to soften & then remove & pat excess water off of them
**Layer 2 raw husks with 2 natural husks alternating colors
**Lay on wreath form & tie on with twine in the middle of the husks.
**Fold tied husks to one side & repeat so that each bundle of husks are no more than 1/4 – 1/2 inch apart. This makes the wreath very full when dry.
**Once you have tied the husk bundles all the way around your form- tear into the wider pieces to fray them.
**Hang upside down in a warm place to dry. This allows the husks to all dry straight out instead of sagging to the bottom. I attached mine to a wire hanger with paper clips & hung it in the warm garage for a couple days.
Yep- it’s that simple. & I love the punch of texture on my door.
AND- I was happy to cross this off my bucket list for a second time this season.
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