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Easy DIY Acorn Wreath
Gather acorns from natural and create this easy DIY acorn wreath
Several days will be needed to clean and dry out the acorns
Hot Glue Gun
Acorns you pick from nature or purchase already prepped
Foam Wreath Form
Burlap ribbon in a dark color
Gather acorn nuts and allow them to turn brown if not already
You can also purchase cleaned and prepped acorns online
Wash the acorns and lay out in single layer to dry overnight
Preheat oven to 200 degrees Fahrenheit
Place acorns in a single layer on parchment paper on a baking sheet and bake for 30 minutes in the oven. Turn the acorns over and bake another 15 minutes.
Allow acorns to cool once out of the oven.
Wrap the foam wreath form in burlap ribbon and secure with hot glue.
Make a hanger for the wreath be wrapping a loop of jute twine around the form and securing in place with hot glue.
Glue on the acorns to the wreath form one at a time. If acorns caps have fallen off, glue back on with the hot glue before attaching the acorn to the wreath form.
Once the form is completely covered with acorns, fill in any small gaps showing the burlap ribbon with just the caps of the acorns if desired.
Add a decorate jute twin ribbon or ribbon of your choice.
Add berries or other decorations as desired.
This wreath will take more acorns than you expect and a little bit more time to glue the acorns on one by one.