Harvest Crafts

Winter Wonderland Trees Made From Fresh Corn Husks

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Finally! My "frightful" trees have made the transition from Halloween table toppers to sparkly, snow covered winter holiday trees.

A couple layers of spray snow, a few weeks of obsessing and finally a liberal application of fine, snowy glitter transformed what began as fresh corn husks - into a winter wonderland of holiday prettiness.

Mini Tips and Tuts: Make Sparkling Frosty Fall Leaves for Table Tops, Garlands & Wreaths

Mos Podge and Stupendous Crystal Snow make a perfect6 team for creating frosty fall leaves

A very mini tutorial to continue the celebration of Michaelmas Season with a little hello to fall!

Updated Sparkly Leaves! (You can revisit the original sparkly fall leaf post here)

Fresh Corn Husks Make "Whimsical" Table Top Holiday Trees

Make Holiday Trees Using Fresh Corn Husks

Just for fun, I am sharing a little experiment I have been playing around with the past couple weeks.

The original idea was sound enough - attach shredded fresh corn husks to a cone shape and let their natural tendency to curl and twist as they dry create a fun little table top tree.

How to Make Fresh Corn Husk Witches and Scarecrows for Party Favors or Puppet Shows

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Adding a bit of "hair" and a hat to my little fresh corn husk ghosts is a quick and easy peazy way to turn them into witches or scarecrows! Making them was a hugely popular activity at the kid's craft table at the Pumpkin Patch Harvest Festival this year - Witches being the favorite - 5 to 1!!

The witches and scarecrows are inexpensive and very quick to assemble. Perfect activity/take home gift for Halloween and Fall themed kid's parties.

Enjoy Extra Special Fall Leaves As Art! Mod Podge and Stretched Canvas Make It Simple!

Favorite Fall leaves Mounted on Canvas and hung on the wall

Finally!! A WIP completed and hanging on the wall! These very curious and uniquely beautiful fall leaves definitely deserve an extra special display!

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