Turn a humble acorn into a cheery red and white toadstool with a little craft paint and some glue.
Before using acorns for craft projects, first soak them and then bake them on a low setting for an hour to dry them and kill any bugs.
Sweet and petite, these wool felted acorn necklaces would make lovely valentines.
These little acorn people, made with acorn caps and wood peg dolls, are ideal for imaginative play.
These mini acorn ornaments would look stunning on a tiny Christmas tree.
Add woodland flair to your fridge with these cute little acorn magnets.
Cover a plastic foam ball with acorn caps and tie on a ribbon for a festive fall decoration.
Don't live in acorn territory? No problem! You can buy a bag of 25 craft acorns from Consumer Crafts for less than $2. It will take five bags to make the acorn wreath you see here.
We don't know who originally came up with the idea of turning acorn caps into tiny floating candles, but whoever you are, thank you! It really doesn't get any cuter than this.
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