These instructions for Cornhusk flowers are 4 ½ pages that have come free from The Workbasket Magazine of July 1978: “Cornhusks, in their natural creamy-ivory color, can be turned into a handsome arrangement for your own use or for a gift.” These instructions include “Rose 1”, “Rose 2”, “Daisy”, and 2 “florets” for fill-in sprays. I would think that, in addition to making an entire arrangement of cornhusk flowers, a few would provide interest as part of an arrangement of live flowers. The pages are complete, some slight chips on what was the inside edge where they worked their way free of the magazine staples, but they are not torn or marked. The Workbasket was printed on newsprint type paper, so there is some age related yellowing.
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