3-4 stalks of Indian corn
glass candle holders
1. Remove husks from corn and let soak in a casserole dish for 10-20 minutes to soften.
2. Remove corn from cob and place in a bowl. if the pieces of corn are difficult to remove, use a flat head screw driver to gently pry off.
3. If your corn is multi-colored, sort colors into candle holders, filling halfway. then insert a tea light candle and fill up the rest of the candle holder around the candle.
4. Remove a long husk from the water and blot with a paper towel.
tear off a thin strip, and tie around the candle holder. if the strip isn't long enough, tear off two and tie them together to create one long enough to go around the candle holder
Corn Husk Rose
1. Remove the husks from water and blot with a paper towel
2. Roll up a husks to the center. hold in one hand and continue to add husks, twisting every couple of turns to create a rose shape.
3. Tuck the end underneath. let dry 1-2 hours. the roses will hold their shape without tape or glue.