Thanksgiving Craft: Paper Corn Wreath

These easy Thanksgiving craft projects for kids will let children unleash their inner artists — and free you to prep Thanksgiving dinner.

November 12, 2015
By: Blythe Copeland

Though you may need to assist with the finishing steps of this project -- arranging and attaching the corn into a circle -- kids will love turning plain paper into painted corncobs. Melissa at 1 Pure Heart created this look by dipping bubble wrap in yellow, brown, and orange paint and pressing it onto blank paper; you could also use Legos or a real corncob to recreate the mini circles.

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