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If you’re looking for a quick and easy and beautiful art project to do with your kids this month, this is it! We made Indian Corn art this week and it turned out So good! The kids even loved it–probably because it involved sticking their fingers in paint. Either way, they’re perfect!

How to make Indian Corn art 

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Start with fall colored paints and a light outline of a corn cob shape on some cardstock…

Have them use their sweet little fingers to make the kernels with the paint…

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Use glue dots to stick on corn husks.
If you don’t have corn husks, you can also find those online as well.

Jack’s Corn…

Noah’s Corn


  1. These are so pretty! I'm going to try this with my Kindergarten kiddos this year. We usually color an Indian corn printable in patterns, but we could fingerpaint patterns and the kids would enjoy it so much more and the corn will look great on our walls. Thanks for the inspiration!

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