Nature’s Small Capped Jewel

As a kid, I used to love to make dolls from the acorn. The little cap was perfect for pipe cleaner dolls.
I’ve spent a lifetime as a creative maker of all kinds of things. Some fondest memories are of sitting in the front yard playing house and making dolls and furniture with what ever was available around me on the ground, including the mud. 🙂

Acorns
6” x  6” watercolor and watercolor pencil

Autumn’s small capped jewel
Scattered all over the ground
Beneath the oak tree

16 thoughts on “Nature’s Small Capped Jewel

  1. Claudia McGill says:

    We did the same thing when we were young. Whatever was around we found something we could do with it. We had no oak trees near when I was growing up, so we never got to incorporate them into our creations Lots of mud, though!

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  2. Osyth says:

    Oh how that takes me back through the years and makes me long for new children to share the simple delight that I had as a child and passed to my daughter’s. How it does x

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