Learn about 6 different Indian corn decorations that are easy to create and will make a beautiful statement in your fall decor.
Indian Corn Decorations
Every year when I’m out shopping at the local nurseries and farms for pumpkins and gourds I usually pick up some Indian corn. I’ve always been fascinated with their rich varied color. So today I’m sharing a few ideas from a few creative bloggers and my own experience on simple ways to use decorative Indian corn.
For complete directions on any of the projects below simply click on the individual blog link.
Simple Indian Corn Swag
This first one comes from my own front door and it couldn’t be easier. Often you will find Indian corn already grouped in bunches that you can simply hang right on your front door. I also tied a bit of raffia at the top of the kernels. Any pretty ribbon would work well.
Tip: To get the husks to fan out in a nice matter, simply soak them in some water. Then gently pull them apart the way you want them and set it on a table to dry.
Indian Corn Wreaths
Next, we have a pretty Indian Corn Cob Wreath from Our Fairfield Home and Garden. Inspired by a local garden center Barb shows you just how easy it is to make one for yourself.
Isn’t this Mini Indian Corn Wreath from Stone Gable Blog stunning? It requires several little ears but as Yvonne says, it’s worth it for the wow factor.
Indian Corn Garlands
How cute is this Festive Corn Garland from House of Hawthornes? Pam’s original inspiration came from Country Living’s Fall Fair. However, she shows you exactly how to make one and takes it a step further by adding in some cute gourds.
This Beautiful Indian Corn Kernel Garland from Live Laugh Rowe looks like pretty jewelry. Kelly shows you how to make one to display anywhere in the home. This would even look good on a Christmas tree.
Indian Corn Centerpiece
Last but not least is this super easy fall centerpiece I put together a couple of years ago with purchased popcorn and apothecary jars. The colored kernels looked so festive on our table.
Did you even know that you can pop Indian corn? I purchased this corn in bags in a store that was commercially grown for popping. However, I learned that popcorn is a type of Indian corn also called Flint corn.
There you have it. Six different easy Indian Corn Decorations.
I hope you will be inspired to create some of them for your own home.
P.S. If you enjoy decorating with nature you may also enjoy this Natural Fall Centerpiece, or this other roundup of Nature Inspired Fall Projects. You can find them and much more on my DIY Projects page.