Make Some Harvest Corn Jewelry 25


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 With the holiday season coming up and my garden looking like it got ran over by a truck, I figured something to do with Harvest was a good choice for this week’s craft.  I wanted to put together something you could use for the next couple of months and made this.  Would be great to give as a gift, or just wear to your next Harvest themed party.  Really easy to make and you could add things, edit things, to make it yours.  I hope you like it!!harvest“Harvest Corn Jewelry” Craft

 
Materials Needed:
  • Pipe Cleaners
  • 6mm Round Faceted & Tri-Beads
  • Glue Gun
  • Paper Ribbon
  • Rattail (Length Your Choice)
  • Raffia or Gift Ribbon
  • Scissors
  • Jewelry Backs
  • & Time

Instructions:

Being by cutting your pipe cleaners to 2.5″ long.  Do this for however many you are wanting to make.

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Glue a round faceted bead to the end of the pipe cleaner.

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String (11) of the Tri-Beads onto the pipe cleaner in a random color pattern of your choice.  Be sure to make the beads nest together on the pipe cleaner.

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Once you have them on, trim your pipe cleaner to 1/4″ above the last one to finish.

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Next, cut a 4″x1″ piece of paper ribbon and trim the edges to match the picture below.

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 When you have as many of the “husks” as you need, you can begin gluing them together.  Insert the “corn” at the bottom of the “husk” and then glue at the top to the pipe cleaner.

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After you’ve run to the kitchen for ice from burning your fingers on the glue, you can continue!! ha/ha  Next, finish with the rest of your cobs.  When you’ve completed the amount you wish you use, separate in sets of 3 for the necklace and 1 or 2 for the pin (whichever you decide to make).  Take your raffia and tie it in a knot, then slip over the (3) ears of corn.
 
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When you have them somewhat secured, tie your rattail that you will use for your necklace with a knot at the end.  Slip that under the raffia and secure your raffia with a tight knot.
 
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When you have it secured, you can flip it over and tie a bow or however you wish to bedazzle it up!!  If you decide to make the earrings, then glue the earring post to the back of each (I figured they were too big) or for a pin, just glue a pin to the back of one of them!!  Hope you like it!!
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“Therefore God give thee of the dew of heaven, and the fatness of the earth, and plenty of corn and wine.” -Genesis 27:28
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Lorelai
4 years ago

These are so pretty! What a fun idea! Thanks for sharing!

Crystal
4 years ago

This is so pretty! I like how beautiful it glitters against the light.

Marisa
4 years ago

So creative and pretty. My daughter loves making things like this. Thanks for sharing #HomeMattersParty

Crystal
4 years ago

This would be so cute to wear on Thanksgiving! Love the simple organic look 🙂 #HomeMattersParty

Nicole
4 years ago

Those look just like little corn on the cobs. What a cute idea and perfect jewelry for Fall and Thanksgiving. #HomeMattersParty

Sahana
4 years ago

This is so cute and unique looking idea, Jamie. #HomeMattersParty

Pam
Pam
4 years ago

How cute is that!! What a darling idea. So season appropriate! #HomeMattersParty

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Rachee
7 years ago

So cute! I love how simple this is to make.

Rose Powell
7 years ago

So cute, what a great craft to have for the kiddos on Thanksgiving too! Since we’re hosting! Definitely pinning!

amanda tucker
7 years ago

those are cute! It’d be great to incorporate those into fall wreaths and decor too!

Heidi Bee
Heidi Bee
7 years ago

This is so adorable! Thanks for the step by step instructions and pictures- I might even be able to do this!!

tara pittman
7 years ago

That would make great napkin rings for Thanksgiving dinner

Dawn
7 years ago

So cute and creative! I love these, they would look great on a wreath too, maybe a little bigger! Awesome idea! Pinned & Tweeted!

Ellen Christian
7 years ago

Very cute! What a neat idea!