Cornucopia With a Twist

Cornucopia With a Twist

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Regina Yunghans
Nov 19, 2009
Cornucopia are something we first encountered in kindergarten Thanksgiving craft projects. You know, at the same time we were making hand prints into turkeys. Since then, we haven't really come across many actual horns of plenty. Sure, we see them printed allover Thanksgiving napkins or banners or what have you. But let's look at some you might actually want to use to decorate your home as we approach the holiday:
1 A golden fruit-filled cornucopia made of raffia by Martha Stewart.
2 This one from Better Homes and Gardens is made using a copper hanging container and green plants and grasses.
3 A pared-down version using wire and pine cones, from The Whimsie Studio.
4 A cornucopia-inspired McCoy vase works perfectly for displaying a special globe ornament, Steven Randazzo / Country Living.
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