Cornhusk Centerpiece

Elements of the autumn season combine beautifully in this centerpiece.

What you'll need:

  • Hot-glue gun and glue sticks
  • Cornhusks
  • Straw wreath
  • Corn tassels


  1. Lightly apply hot glue to the bottom 2 inches of a cornhusk. Attach it to the back of the straw wreath. Hold in place until the glue sets. Continue to affix husks to the wreath, positioning them side by side -- overlapping a bit is fine -- until the back is covered.
  2. Apply hot glue to the bottom 3 to 4 inches of a husk and attach it to the inside of the wreath. Wrap the husk over the front of the wreath. Repeat until the front is covered.
  3. Cover the remainder of the wreath with folded husks: Fold a husk in half, apply hot glue to the fold, and affix the husk to the wreath. Tuck corn tassels into the wreath here and there, adding a bit of hot glue to the tips to hold them in place.


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