Thanksgiving Cornucopia Centerpiece: Part 1

Autumn Harvest Fall Thanksgiving Cornucopia

It’s that time of year when we are busy anticipating the arrival of winter. I have a feeling that it’s just right around the corner. That means that there’s plenty of preparation in our yards and gardens. I didn’t get around to planting a garden this year, but I have plenty of friends who did and my kitchen counter and I thank them for their efforts! I have enough squash, cucumbers, peppers, and tomatoes to cover an entire section on my countertop, which reminds me that I need to start freezing some of these goodies! For our project this week you can trade in your green thumbs for chalky fingers instead! While most real cornucopias are filled with produce from your gardens, nuts, flowers and other edibles, we’ve put together a series of creations that will be sure to overfill your Horn of Plenty with delicious paper delights. Start by making the Cornucopia and Wheat this week, then come back next Friday for the rest of the bounty!

Wheat Grass Stalks Autumn Fall Decoration


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Autumn Harvest Fall Cornucopia Thanksgiving





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6 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Cornucopia Centerpiece: Part 1

  • Vicki Gardiner

    LOVE this project! Great Job Tatum! I’m really loving these 3D projects. My Haunted Village has gotten rave reviews from everyone that has seen it. Can’t wait to do more of these projects and to see what next week brings.

    How about one of you designers doing a video on how to go about taking an image and making a 3D image out of it? I tried doing a witch hat and quickly discovered that I haven’t got a clue of where to start! See you tomorrow.

  • Cecilia Escobar

    No importa de cuando sean estos proyectos, todos los trabajos que hacen están preciosos y nos ayuda a los principiantes a seguir trabajando para conseguir la prefección.