By Mandy Beyeler on August 17, 2018

Kids Craft: Colorful Corn Wreaths

Fall into fall with these fun corn wreaths

Nothing says “fall” quite like the sound of rustling leaves on corn stalks as you drive through the countryside or enjoy a local corn maze. Bring that feeling to your home with this kid-friendly craft.


White and green cardstock
Craft paint in yellow, orange and brown
Scissors and glue
Embroidery hoop or cardboard circle
(cut to resemble a wreath)
Raffia or ribbon
Bubble wrap


1. Wrap bubble wrap around your fingers, securing with tape.

2. Dip bubble wrap in one paint color, blot off excess paint and stamp onto white cardstock. Let dry, then repeat with other colors.

3. Cut stamped cardstock into long ovals to resemble ears of corn and green cardstock into elongated "u" shapes to resemble corn husks.

4. Glue the ears on top of the husks.

5. Attach assembled corn to the embroidery hoop or wreath form.

6. Top with a raffia bow or ribbon.

  • Mandy Beyeler

    Mandy Beyeler

    craft and DIY blogger who loves to blog and enjoys all things crafty, sewing, and DIY - she feels that if she can do something, you can too, and provides tutorials to help you along the way.  She loves being a mom to four awesome kiddos and blogs from the... Read more