Fancy polymer acorns

Perfectly autumnal acorns from Kathy Koontz on

South Carolina’s Kathy Koontz (FlowertownOriginals) gathered up a stash of these exotic looking acorn tops from under a burr oak tree (in a Michaels parking lot). What would any self-respecting polymer artist do with such a fabulous find?

She’s put these colorful and properly topped acorns on Etsy to decorate someone else’s window sill for fall. I am so very tempted to snatch them up, aren’t you?

Polymer nesting instinct


Seems everyone is trying out vessels and wall art in autumn colors lately. This 2 1/2″ x 7 1/2″ wire and polymer piece is from Arkansas’ Betty Jo Hendershott. Can’t you imagine an empty space in your home that could use a dash of polymer color?

Are we nesting in anticipation of winter?

Terlizzi on PCDaily

Yesterday it was acorns we were gathering for winter. Be sure to see the Melissa Terlizzi version of acorn decor on her Facebook page.

“We’re all a bunch of nuts sharing the same small bowl. It’d be a lot easier if we were all kind to one another,” Melissa says.

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