DIY Wooden Corn Holders

DIY Wooden Corn Holders @themerrythoughtThe beginning of sweet corn season is one of the best times of the year! I could eat corn for lunch and dinner every day during these weeks and be more than okay with it. I decided to try to make some homemade corn holders because I don’t have any at my apartment (and obviously you can’t live without corn holders, people!) and I had so many leftover skewers from the roasting sticks that needed to be put to use! Now I can’t decide whether I like the cubes or rounds better!
DIY Wooden Corn Holders @themerrythoughtWhat you need:
Skewers (*I used leftover skewers from the roasting sticks so I only used one per holder because they are wider and hold the corn well with one pick. If you get thinner skewers, you will want to use two per holder.)
-Wooden Cubes and/or Wooden Rounds
-Super Glue
Food Safe Wood Conditioner

How to make it:
-Use the hacksaw to cut 1.5″-2″ pieces of skewer for each holder. (One per holder for a thicker skewer, two per holder for a thinner skewer.)
-Measure to the center of the wooden cube/round and mark. (Or measure out two places about 3/8″ apart if you’re using two skewers.)
-Use a drill bit the same size as the skewers to drill 1/2″ holes in the wooden cube/round.
-Drip super glue into the holes, put skewers in, and let dry.
-Finish wood with food safe conditioner.
DIY Wooden Corn Holders @themerrythoughtDIY Wooden Corn Holders @themerrythoughtDIY Wooden Corn Holders @themerrythoughtDIY Wooden Corn Holders @themerrythoughtTomorrow we’ll be sharing the recipe for the corn you see in the photos so come back for that because it is so dang good!

xo. Caitlin

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