Did you decorate for fall yet?
Or, are you discouraged by previously failed craft attempts?
(I often am.)
Why not try one of these Indian corn decorating ideas?
Believe me, it doesn't get easier than this.
I don't remember where I saw this idea for a corn banner.
But all you need to do is:
tear the husks off,
screw an eye hook in to the corn,
and hot glue some husks around a piece of rope and hang the corn on it.
I did it in less than an hour.
I love this fork!
I'm gonna keep my eye out for a vintage farmer's fork next year
so that I can make this one next fall.
You just take some corn and use wire to attach it to the prongs.
Quick and easy but it has an extremely high nice factor.
I've come across several pictures of corn tied around candles.
The link above has directions on how to make your own.
A friend told me about a farm down the road (Applefield Farm) that sells dried corn that you pop on the cob in the micro wave. I thought that would be something fun to do with the kids.
Unfortunately, after buying, I realized that I have to let it dry for another month before it's ready to pop. I've become very Americanized in the 15 years that I've lived here and now prefer instant gratification.
Hmpf! I now have to wait, and then wait some more, before I can show and tell you about this popping.
At the speed I've been cranking out blog posts lately, it'll probably be just about Thanksgiving then.
Stay tuned, but don't hold your breath on that one.
Thank you for stopping by!
I appreciate each and everyone of you.
Have a great fall weekend!