Christmas Corn Husk Wreath
I made a version of this wreath for the fall last year and over it so much that I knew I had to make a Christmas version for this year. The wreath is made up entirely of dyed corn husks, ripped in half and folded into loops to give this really unique and bold look. This wreath is fairly inexpensive to make and can be dyed any color you like, it doesn’t have to just be for the holidays which I love. You can get the DIY for this project in my previous post with just a couple changes. Instead of the wine colored dye, I used one bottle liquid RIT Dye in the color “dark green”. I got the giant glittery red bow from AC Moore and what I love about it is that it’s plastic so the elements outside won’t ruin it! I had sprayed my last wreath with Krylon’s Crystal Clear coat to prevent any of the dye rubbing off onto our front door even though the husks are rinsed. I didn’t do that for this one and we haven’t had any issues, though our front door is under cover so if your door gets a lot of moisture you might want to seal it with a clear spray!
If you like this, check out the other wreath we use for our front door:
Or look under the wreaths section in the crafts tab to get more ideas!