Fall Decorating with Natural Elements: Dried Corn

Let’s face it, if you’re on Pinterest, you’ve seen about 100 million pictures of Fall decorating ideas in the last month.
(Ok, so maybe I’m exaggerating a little on the number, but I’m close!)
So many fabulous ideas out there, but I’ve come to the conclusion recently, that I’m not a super “crafty” kind of person. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE seeing what crafty people can create – I’m amazed at what some of you can create with a glue gun and some twine.
I have found that I’m more simple and subtle in the way I decorate. I love using natural elements. I love the rich colors and textures of nature, and I appreciate the environmental factor as well.
So, I’ve decided to put together a few round-ups of inspiration for decorating with natural elements.
First up:
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Dried Corn Wreath

 

Dried Corn Wreath

 

Corn Husk Wreath (with tutorial)
Corn Husk Wreath

Corn Cob Centerpiece 
(Pottery Barn also has this as Vase Filler)

Corn Cob Centerpiece surrounding a candle on a table

Corn Husks
as part of an indoor vignette

Pumpkin sitting on a chair
or as flanking your front porch.
A blue door decorated with fall decor

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Popcorn Kernel Wreath
I thought this one was pretty clever, and although I’m not a big fan of wreaths, I could totally see this one in my house!

Popcorn Wreath

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Popcorn Kernel Vase Filler

Corn kernels filling vase with candle inside
Found via Pinterest with no link to the source.
If you know who this image belongs to, please let me know and I will gladly give credit!

 

Corn Cob Swag
This would be the perfect alternative to a wreath on the front door, or even on a cabinet door like the one pictured below.
Corn cob swag on a green cupboard
Gathered Corn Cob Display

Gathered Corn Cob Display in wooden bucket

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Corn Cob Garland

Decorated front door with corn cobs and pumpkins

 

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Corn Cob & Husk Garland

Hanging corn cobs next to a fence

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This one has to be my favorite of them all.

Corn Cobs on a Vintage Rake

Corn Cobs on a Vintage Rake

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I am actually surprised at all of the cool ideas there were for decorating with CORN of all things! Gorgeous colors and such great texture. I’m definitely using at least one of these ideas in my house. (Any guesses as to which??)

Next up: Leaves and Twigs

What kind of natural elements do you use natural elements in your decor?

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  1. My old house backs up to a corn field. I could have used many of their scraps to make all of these. You have a great collection of pictures. I love to use moss in my decorating.

  2. I love these ideas–they look great, but I personally worry about attracting mice/rats. They can smell corn far in advance!

  3. I LOVE decorating with corn and usually do a corn swag on the front door. Thanks for the other fun ideas! I especially love the corn husk wreath and candle centerpiece. If I can find some inexpensive corn, I’m all over it!!