Welcome to the Paper Crafters Sampler “Pocket Acorn” Blog Hop featuring our 3D acorn template from the September issue of the Paper Crafters Sampler entitled,
Just in time for autumn you can create this fun acorn and have it ready for the upcoming holidays.
This cute acorn is easy to assemble and fun to decorate. It can be used to hold candies, mints, nuts and many other things. I plan to use it as a name tag for Thanksgiving dinner. I used the wax technique on the bottom part, embossed the cover, colored the stamp using the blender (tutorial to follow), cut a few leaves, and added a bow. What do you think of what I’ve created?
Be sure to visit all the talented design team members' blogs and please leave a comment. They worked hard creating something different for all of you. Thank you for stopping by. Enjoy!
Now, feel free to go back and take another look at Tiffany Bauer's acorn or select the “Click Here” button and hop on over to Karen Squires' blog, both very crafty gals.
Great idea for using the wax technique Gisela. I really like the big bow you added to the cap.ReplyDelete
Love your acorn!!! That wax technique looks awesome and I really need to know how you did that!!!ReplyDelete
Love all the texture -- the wax technique is perfect!ReplyDelete
I love the embossed top! That embossing folder is perfect for an acorn top. Love the added leaves and bow too!ReplyDelete
I love all the texture on this acorn. I also love the colors.ReplyDelete
Love it, so pretty!!ReplyDelete
Nice texture on the cap.ReplyDelete
Great technique!! This is wonderful!! I'm anxious to try it myself!ReplyDelete
i love the wax technique on the acorn!!!!!! great take on the templateReplyDelete
I love what you did with the wax technique. Is that going to be part of the tutorial? Did you use a background stamp?ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous Gisela!! I love how your acorn looks with the wax technique. Really amazing!!It gives such a wonderful look and the cap has a great texture with that embossing. Great job my friend.ReplyDelete