Fall Felted Acorns
In true honor of fall I thought I should make some autumn feelin' things. Though these are probably mostly used for home decor I will most likely use them as gift decorators considering I love making packages look extra decked out when I wrap them. These felted acorns are just plain cute and super simple to make! I gathered some acorn caps from a great oak tree in the park and rolled some wool roving into balls, glued them together and soon had a bowl full of cute little acorns!
I think I might have to put these cute little creations on some Christmas gifts. Think of how sweet they would look glittering with a big bow!
Until Christmas they will make a cute little fall feelin' bowl filler. These things were practically free to make. I know the cost says $6, but that was for an entire bag of wool roving. There were 4 of those rounds pictured in the supplies section in the bag I bought and I barely used any so I have loads left for future projects!
SUPPLIES: -Bowl of soapy water -Hot Glue -Acorn Caps -School Glue -Glitter -Wool Roving
STEP 1: Pull off a small tuft of wool roving.
STEP 2: Roll your piece of roving into a small ball.
STEP 3: Dip your wool ball into a bowl of soapy water. (A good dose of soap really helps)
STEP 4: Roll the ball between your hands until it compresses and becomes small and sticks together in a spherical form.
STEP 5: If there are any lumpy spots on the wool ball you can pull off another small piece of wool, wet it in the soap water and wrap it around the ball to smooth out any rough spots. Set your wool ball(s) aside and allow them to dry.
STEP 6: Take some glue and paint it onto your acorn caps. Sprinkle some glitter onto the cap. And allow to dry.
STEP 7: Place a dab of hot glue into the acorn cap and press the wool ball into the glue.
You can make these in loads of colors to fit any room in the house! You can also leave off the glitter or spray paint them if you would like!
- Wool Roving (Michael's)
- Acorn Caps (The Park)
- Glitter (Had on Hand)