Adoreable Acorn Cap Nest Necklace

Make This Sweet Acorn Nest Necklace For a Fun Fall Craft!

This sweet acorn necklace is made from an acorn found in the fall. Little acorn caps provide so many opportunities for nature-inspired craft projects, and this one is no exception. A tiny nest that you can wear around your neck is something that brings the fall and nature along with you. Acorn Nest Pendant Necklace

Psst: Check out the GIVEAWAY at the end of this project!

A little acorn nest necklace project is simple to make, fun to wear, and also makes a great gift.Acorn Cap Nest Necklace Fall Craft Project

Related: acorn ornaments


Make it!

The first step is to look for acorn caps. You can look for oak acorns that have fallen in the late summer and early fall from the trees. Usually you can find them easily under these trees with the nuts removed by the squirrels.Acorn Cap Nest Necklace

Brush any debris off the acorn and use the electric drill to make two holes on either side of the acorn cap near the rim. Make the holes large enough to thread the chain through, or add a few jump rings to attach your chain.Acorn Cap Nest Necklace

Put a dab of hot glue to the inside of the acorn and press the chain into the hot glue and add a bit more hot glue on top. Now add a pinch of reindeer moss and press it in with the back of a spoon or knife. Be sure not to use your fingers as hot glue is very hot and can burn your fingertips.Acorn Cap Nest Necklace

After you filled a bit of reindeer moss into the cap with the hot glue, it’s time to add the eggs into your nest. Thread three little green or blue beads with a piece of thin beading wire. Twist the wires so the beads stay in shape. Add a dab of hot glue to the center of the reindeer moss, then push the end of the wire into the reindeer moss and hold it in place until it is secured by the glue.Acorn Cap Nest Necklace

That’s all it takes to make this adorable little acorn nest necklace. Use different colors, different sizes, and different shapes of beads to make it your own.Make this acorn cap nest necklace

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About the Author : Stephanie RoseAn artistic gardener aiming to feed the body & soul through an urban potager garden & a community veggie plot in Vancouver.View all posts by Stephanie Rose

  1. Sue
    SueAugust 18,15

    So very sweet!

  2. Kerryanne @ Shabby Art Boutique
    Kerryanne @ Shabby Art BoutiqueSeptember 12,15

    What an adorable piece of wearable art Stephanie!

  3. laura@duke manor farm
    [email protected] manor farmSeptember 12,15

    oh my goodness. that necklace is so cute stephanie.

  4. Doreen @ Hymns and Verses
    Doreen @ Hymns and VersesSeptember 12,15

    What a clever idea! I have some acorn caps and think I’ll give this a try! Thanks for the inspiration!

  5. Yvonne @ StoneGable
    Yvonne @ StoneGableSeptember 12,15

    This is a precious necklace. Gotta make one!!!

  6. Janet (Shabbyfufu)
    Janet (Shabbyfufu)September 12,15

    Love it and showing to my daughter to make one!

  7. Anne
    AnneSeptember 13,15

    What a sweet necklace! I love this so much!!!! Great tutorial too!

  8. susan
    susanSeptember 14,15

    Just darling!!

  9. debbiedoos
    debbiedoosSeptember 14,15

    That is just darling! Very clever idea. Happy fall! it was great partying with you:)

  10. Vanessa
    VanessaSeptember 14,15

    That is one of the sweetest things I’ve ever seen!! Can’t wait to make this with my daughter!

  11. Kim
    KimSeptember 15,15

    Stephanie, that is the sweetest necklace. I love to collect fallen acorns.

  12. Mary Beth|Cupcakes and Crinoline
    Mary Beth|Cupcakes and CrinolineSeptember 17,15

    This is so delicate and precious – I absolutely love it!

  13. Lisa
    LisaAugust 26,16

    This is so stinking’ cute! Pinning!

  14. Sue Holte
    Sue HolteAugust 26,16

    Oh the necklace you made is darling!

  15. amy
    amySeptember 14,16

    This is just too cute! TFS!

  16. Jamie
    JamieSeptember 19,16

    That is adorable!! My oak trees out back are obviously trying to get me to make this! :) Thank you for sharing with us at the #HomeMattersParty

  17. Dusty
    DustyOctober 6,16

    Precious – luv your blog – you are such a talented young lady.

    • Stephanie Rose
      Stephanie RoseOctober 6,16

      Thank you, Dusty, for the compliment and for calling me young! :)

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