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Acorn-capped painted miniature wooden NÖM figures, by Aimee Ray of dreamfollow.com and archived on her Flickr feed, where her handle is "merwing" (8 Nov. 2010). #peg people #peg doll #gnome

I think you could make little felted gnomes and use the real acorn cap. I'm starting to like the idea of the smaller the better!

Easy little gnomes made from painted rocks and acorn tops:

Easy little gnomes made from painted rocks and acorn tops Such a cute project for the kids to make and hide in the garden.

Meet Acorn Wee Little Forrest Gnomes! Their hat is a real acorn, and the body is made from wine cork. This listing is for a set of three little acorn gnomes.  You can tuck them in a bookcase, table top, or be part of the table decoration. Acorn Wee little Forrest Gnomes are about 2 inches tall (5 cm). Made from wine cork, faux fur, and bean nose.   ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------  Did you know, that in Scandinavia, elves are…

Originally crafted from wine corks, I think Aud's co-op could use pieces of branches for bodies, shredded vines for the beards, acorn caps and dried beans for the nose.

Peg doll acorn gnomes created by Lenka Vodicka-Paredes, author of Forest Fairy Crafts. http://www.achildsdream.com/forest-fairy-crafts/

Peg doll acorn gnomes created by Lenka Vodicka-Paredes, author of Forest Fairy Crafts.

Fairy from nature items. http://twigandtoadstool.blogspot.com/2010/08/woodland-fairy-folk.html

Twig and Toadstool: Woodland Fairy Folk made from acorn, pinecone and leaves

This, that and everything inbetween: Another walnut shell idea

Fairy baby carriage tutorial (one walnut shell + 4 buttons + 2 toothpicks + one wooden bead + one silver paperclip + crap of felt + glue)

Baby To Boomer LifestyleFairy Gardens fit for Fairies, Hobbits, Gnomes, & Borrower's

Fairy Gardens fit for Fairies, Hobbits, Gnomes, & Borrower's

Popsicle stick gates

Fairy Doors- put on tree trunks or pots Craft Stick Fairy Doors. This is such a simple, easy project to add magic to the garden. Make a bunch and place them on flower pots and tree trunks!

I've got a ton of acorn caps, this would be a sweet way to use a few.

The Baby Fairies* Four tiny babes, snug as can be Nestled in the moss at the foot of our tree In acorn caps and wooly buntings Fast asleep while Papa’s gone hunting Mama stays close by, gathering seeds And all.