I like to embrace the changing season by bringing a little fall decor into my home. My DIY paper acorn is a cute project for lovers of fall. And it is super simple to make!
Because of the intricate cuts, we recommend using a cutting machine to save you some time. But this project is also easy to cut by hand with a detail knife.
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Love to decorate for fall? Go nuts!
One thing we love about this project is how versatile it is. And since they are easy to craft, you can make a bunch in no time at all. You could string a bunch of these paper acorns together to make a cute fall garland, place them in a bowl as a pretty fall decoration, or fill them with goodies and use them for your table place setting!
To make my paper acorn I used two shades of metallic paper. The top is a shimmering copper color which I am utterly in love with. And for the bottom half of the paper acorn I used a rich gold metallic.
How to Make a Metallic Paper Acorn
- Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the pattern below.
- Cut the pattern pieces, using either your scissors or a cutting machine.
- Fold and roll the base, gluing each tab down as you go.
- Glue side tab of paper acorn closed.
Full tutorial available for members to download below.
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