A bountiful bough of Native American Corn (a.k.a. Maize, Indian Corn, and some of the strains are called Calico Corn) is abundantly arranged, and the husks are tied into a knot with Bittersweet and ribbon. It’s a very welcoming fall composition that helps share a friendly spirit with anyone.... especially those who love a good corn pun. I have included three (yes, 3!) warm sentiments: one is straightforward, and two are the more, well, fun! Big thanks to the Bloom Brigade's Allison Cope who didn't miss a beat coming up with the witty "A-maize-ing" sentiment.
Illustrated with a whole lotta love and corniness by Marcella Hawley.
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