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Are all you MacGyvers as excited as I am about fall decorating? I’ve already decked out my porch with hay bales, pumpkins and mums. Now I’m ready to finish my indoor decorating. Since last week’s post, I definitely have all my pumpkin crafts down. So, what’s next? Acorns! They’re free, easy to collect and oh-so cute in their little acorn caps. Now start your gathering, and let’s get to crafting!

framed acorns

Think frames are only for pictures? Think again! This 3D acorn display looks amazing and only costs a couple of bucks to make – that’s my kind of art project! Visit Delia at Delia Creates for the full tutorial.

acorn centerpiece

This gorgeous display from BHG takes us back to nature with a fresh autumn feel. It’s true that sometimes the simplest decor has the biggest impact. Add citrus to your vase to hold the branches in place and add a bright punch of color to the look.

acorn tree

♫ Oh, acorn tree; oh, acorn tree… Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. It’s just so darn cute! If you’re looking for another easy craft with big appeal, look no further. Lindsay from Aubrey and Lindsay has all the details on how to make this captivating cone.

acorn floating candle

When the weather gets cool, there’s nothing like a few candles to make a room feel cozy. These floating acorn cap candles from The Gunny Sack would be just the thing to add a bit of ambiance to your autumn decor.

acorn garland

Drape this adorable acorn garland over your mantel or porch railing for an instant taste of fall. Bonus: it would look great in the winter, too! Visit Donni at The Magic Onions for the full tutorial.

Which acorn crafts are you falling for? And what common item would you like to see in next week’s post?

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