Harvest Cornucopia Tree

Harvest Cornucopia Tree

Use a variety of natural materials including feathers, wheat and pine cone to create a cornucopia collage covering a cone base. Decorate for the autumn harvest with this creative cornucopia tree from FloraCraft.


Harvest Cone


Materials:

  • STYROFOAM™ Brand Foam: Cone: 24”
  • Variety of Dried Naturals: Wheat, mini-Indian corn, leaves, pine cones, feathers, flowers
  • Variety of Permanent Imitations: Grapes, sweet peas, asparagus, onions, potatoes, artichokes
  • Floral Pins
  • Low-Temp Glue Gun

Instructions:

  1. Starting at the top of the cone, begin gluing one of the items in a line down the cone, gradually spiraling to the bottom as shown.
     
  2. Following this gradual spiral, repeat this step with the rest of the items on the cone, alternating them by color and texture to create an eye-catching conversation piece. Larger items should be glued toward the base of the cone.
     
  3. Fill in around the cone with smaller material to completely cover.
     
  4. Place the collage tree on a tray to display or let stand alone.
     
  5. Tip: Apply acrylic sealer to finished project to secure materials to the STYROFOAM for a longer lasting display.

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Oh is this so pretty! And this would be a fun project to create together as a family project! Another nice fall addition might be some natural acorns! I have also seen acorns painted with metalic paints and glittered tops which really looked nice in a fall arrangement like this! Add a garland or even wind a string of battery rice LED lights for even extra sparkle! Thanks for sharing!

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