Harvest Corn Necklaces
The kids and I made these necklaces for our harvest celebrations.
- fresh corncobs
- heavy needle
- heavy string
Snap fresh corncob in half. Push whole kernels off from the broken ends. It’s easier this way. Once you’ve enough kernels, use a thick needle and string. Thread the needle and push the needle through each kernel.
Hang in a warm dry place such as a closet and allow to dry.
Once the kernel necklace is dried, you can restring the kernels or keep them
on the original string. Wear around your neck for harvest celebrations. This
can also be done with beans and peas.
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