Fabric and Twine Acorns
Make an easy Fall decoration with leftover supplies! Coat plastic Easter eggs with hot glue and then cover with fabric remnants and bits of twine to create Fabric and Twine Acorns!
I used a leftover plastic Easter egg and coated it, one side at a time, with hot glue.
Next, I smoothed the fabric remnant onto the hot glue.
I glued down any loose folds to make it as smooth as possible.
I cut an arm's length of twine and wrapped it around the top of the egg, attaching it with glue along the way.
I glued a small twig to the top of the acorn as the stem.
Happy Fall! A beautiful Fabric and Twine Acorn!
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- Fabric (JoAnn Fabric)
- Twine (Walmart)
- Twig (my yard)
- Hot Glue (Walmart)
- Hot Glue Gun (Walmart)
- Plastic Easter egg (CVS)
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Published October 27th, 2016 6:11 PM
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Z9s54621562 on Jul 17, 2022
where did you get the small acorns?
I, too, would like to know where you purchased your gold acorns. Thanks.