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Cornucopia of Seeds

Create a beautiful Thanksgiving centerpiece that displays the colors of fall.

What You'll Need:

Add this cornucopia to your festive table.
  • Newspapers
  • Black spray paint, optional
  • Plastic foam balls, such as styrofoam
  • Thick white crafts glue
  • Seeds, such as split peas, red kidney beans, navy beans, black beans, and lentils
  • Cornucopia
  • Bittersweet


1. If desired, in a well-ventilated work area, cover the surface with newspapers. Spray-paint the foam balls black. Let them dry.

2. Cover a small area of each ball with glue. Place beans on the glued area, trying to keep the beans in horizontal rows. Allow each section to dry before starting a new area.

3. Place the seed balls in the cornucopia, tucking in sprigs of bittersweet to fill.


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