Mini corn ears, a straw wreath base and dried hydrangeas make a striking statement piece for the front door or inside the house and the the best part is that it's easy to create!
Sourcing the corn and hydrangeas might be a little tricky, so I have provided links (some affiliate) to the supplies needed for this project. I picked the hydrangeas from my front yard, but they can be found in craft stores and online fairly easily. I had planned to make a burlap ribbon, but ultimately decided I liked the wreath better without one. The plastic thread that binds the straw wreath together melted when the hot glue hit it, so I had to wrap the wreath with floral wire.
~24 mini Indian Corn ears
Hot glue gun & glue sticks
Dried hydrangea flowers
Floral wire & wire cutters
Wired burlap ribbon (optional)
Wrap the straw wreath with floral wire. Add a little loop to the back of the wreath for hanging.
Begin gluing the ears of corn onto the straw wreath.