After admiring a crafty cornucopia at a local store, Jacquelyn decided to cook
up her own…one with a slightly different flavor. Instead of creating it from fabric or weaving one with reeds, this handcrafter turned to her kitchen for supplies—in the form of frozen bread dough and a disposable pizza pan she had handy—and wound up making a “knead” new horn of plenty for her family’s harvest
celebrations. “I often use mine to serve food such as rolls, vegetables or chunks of cheese and sausage when we have get-togethers,” Jacquelyn describes. “It looks equally festive stuffed with non-edibles like gourds, greens and nuts.” Ready to roll out your cornucopia? Good! Just follow Jacquelyn’s easy instructions here to season your table with harvest time crafting fun.