38 responses to “Acorn Jewlery”

  1. Beth

    Precious! Thank you so much! love, Beth

  2. natalie

    This is so adorable… we’re going acorn and flower hunting:)) Thank you!

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  4. jennifer

    @beth
    use some of those acorns to make christmas garlands. they are sooo pretty and you can hang them anywhere.

  5. molly

    i can’t wait to go collect more burr acorns now!

  6. Beth Moore

    I am currently cursing the big tree in out yard littering the porch and sidewalks with tons of acorns. Maybe I could find a use for some of them! thanks

  7. Zofia

    Such a cute idea, I must try this with T.
    Thank you!

  8. Debbiemomof2

    What a charming idea! Oh how I wish we had acorns up here in Alberta Canada. Have to take a look and see if there is anything else we could use.

  9. Tammie

    These are absolutely charming!
    Spirithelpers

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  11. Andy Porter

    Way cool!! I’m lovin those!!
    ~Andy @ poppiesatplay.blogspot.com

  12. Flassie

    Oh! How Lovely and Beautiful!!

    God Bless You and Yours!!!

  13. Michelle

    Those are beautiful! What a clever, lovely idea. I see several of these being made as Christmas gifts around here…

    Thank you for the wonderful instructions!
    ~Michelle

  14. Gabriela

    Hello,

    These are awesome!

    ~ Gabriela ~

  15. Annie

    Those are crazy beautiful! I think I’d have to import acorns from somewhere. I’m not sure I’ve ever actually seen one!

  16. JumbleberryJam

    Oh, I just love acorns! Today I was wearing the felted acorn pendant you sent me some time ago. I will certainly be on the lookout for some to make party favors for DS’s Totoro-themed birthday party (Totoro is a huge acorn fan as well ;0). Thanks for the inspiration and tutorial!!

  17. The Magic Onions

    I love this!!! So pretty. I’ll spare a few of my precious acorn caps for K to make some jewelry.
    Blessings and magic.

  18. Jane Rowley

    I really like how you have both blogs! Your acorn pendants are so sweet! I just love acorns, there is something about them that has always held a fascination for me : ) Im going to have to share this with my daughter I thing she would really love making some! Thanks for the wonderful post!

  19. Andra

    What a wicked cool project – thanks for sharing!!!

  20. gardenmama

    Ahh we just collected acorns today!
    What a sweet idea Lisa, thanks for sharing : )

  21. Christie

    Oooh, I think these are darling but alas, no acorns here. We may have to get grandma to send some from Alabama. :)

  22. this little light

    Oh, I can’t wait to make these! How beautiful!

  23. Lisa Crowe

    Goose and I love these! What a great idea! Can’t wait to try it! But it isn’t easy for us to find acorns. We’ll have to call on the acorn fairy for some help!
    Have a good one, ladies!!!
    Lisa and Goose

  24. Emma

    These are just beautiful – you can’t get better than nature itself can you? I agree, acorns have endless possibilities but you’ve hit on an especially gorgeous one here x

  25. Louise

    we might be able o try this with gum nuts-

    no acorns anywhere over here, but yours look lovely.

  26. christine  gill

    i just have to make these.

  27. tree

    i love these!! What a fabulous idea! Thank you for sharing! i can’t wait to try these with my kiddoes. We have acorn caps and flowers everywhere.

  28. tara

    These pendants are so cute!

  29. kyndale

    what a really great project! We find lots of acorns so we will have to try this sometime very soon..Before the squirrels get them all :)

  30. Sybille

    It’s so lovely! So I’m going to search for acorns this week…

  31. Emily

    I used jewelweed today! Some cousins and I were in a park with woods nearby. One of my cousins said he had an itchy arm and thought he got poison ivy. I found some jewelweed and applied it to his arm. He left right afterward so I don’t know if it worked or not. (I forgot to split the stem and kind of just had him rub the flowers on the itchy spot!) Either way, we had fun learning about plants!

  32. beth

    well how amazingly crafty is that ?
    too cute !

  33. Melissa

    I am so happy I found your blog. This is such a wonderful thing. When I was a child I used to fill acorn caps with whatever I was drinking (pop, juice etc.) and leave it for the faeries. Oh happy days.

  34. jill

    So THAT’S what you were teasing us with!! I couldn’t figure out what you were going to do with the acorns – but I knew it would be something magical. Very nicely done.

  35. Joy

    Those are so adorable! As the acorns start dropping, we’ll have to keep this project in mind. Thanks!

  36. renee ~ heirloom seasons

    Those are so cute. We have only smaller gamble oak growing here, but we do have a collection of bigger acorn caps as well. Maybe we will try it with calendula. I think they even make pretty little decorations not strung as necklaces. Thanks for sharing!

  37. Jane

    Very sweet. We’ve been searching for acorns but the ones in our neighborhood aren’t quite ready to drop.

  38. Sarah

    We don’t have acorns growing here, dangit. Pecans either. I miss both of those.