It takes hands to build a house, but only hearts can build a home.

Author Unknown

Monday, October 27, 2008

Chapter 10, Page 27, Book 08


Everyone loves acorns! The acorn, which is the seed of an Oak Tree, is filled with creative and protective energy.

When we’ve gathered enough acorns, we bless them. Your blessing can be simple:

Thank you God for our many blessings.
May you continue to bless us throughout the coming year.”

A favorite bible verse or poem can be read, or as a family you could write your own poem! Last year we came up with:
In this acorn is Light
In this acorn is Love
In this acorn is Protection
In this acorn is Prosperity
I am blessed beyond measure
And I share and spread the blessings always…

You’ll Need:
Directions:If needed, glue the top of the acorn on the acorn (these fall off more often than not). Tie a ribbon around it, and leave the ribbon long enough to hang or wear as a necklace. Hang around the house (we like to hang them in the kitchen and by the entryways)


In my search for something to share with you all, I found the article about the acorns and by concidence I had just bought a cute little set of hanging acorns so I thought I’d share this with you all. I’d never thought of using acorns for decoration before. This could be a craft project for my grandbabes this Thanksgiving. I’ll need to find some acorns. Or maybe some of them could find some and bring them along.

The little ones always seem to enjoy any kind of crafts and are happy to make something as long as we keep it simple, all ages can take part too.

The weekend is over and now I’m off to work once more…

I owe, I owe,
It’s off to work I go…

A new week to enjoy and a new day with new surprises just waiting to be discovered.

It’s going to be a great day!


Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.

Henry Ford

‘On Ya’- ma


Jan said...

Yes I like the idea of using acorns as decoration and the quote about learning ,thankyou for sharing ,have a good week Jan xx

LYN said...

have a great week!!

Hollie said...

That's a neat idea about the acorn. I hope you have a great work week!


Jeannette said...

Never thought of using acorns before. No oak trees very near us. Mike ask Mike to go the woods and get me some lol. I so agree with that quote about learning.

Adirondackcountrygal said...

Ma, never thought of using acorns in that way. I have made wreaths out of pinecones and acorns before. Also helped a resident at the nursing home I work at make one completely out of acorns. Maybe I should gather some now and save them to feed to the birds during those long winter days.

Donna. W said...

It's been a good year for acorns, and the squirrels in the woods are busy storing them for winter.

Beth said...

We have some big oak trees, but the deer like to eat the acorns, so they keep them cleaned up!

Have a great week!


Kath said...

Love the acorn ideas.Like you say it's finding them thats the problem here.Many crafts are being done this week though dressing Grandaughter for Halloween he-he.They do enjoy making things as you said.Have a lovely day.Take Care God Bless Kath xx

Kathy said...

Ditto on the deer eating the acorns. They feast on them in my front yard.

Bookncoffee said...

Next thing you know you all will have a living room of squirrels looking to store your decorations for you. lol
Have a good day on that thought.
he he

Alice said...

Lots of acorns all around this area for the squirrels, deer and whatever else eats them.Have a fine day :).........alice

Joan said...

I remember collecting acorns as a achild they I always though they looked like little pipes. Have a good Monday. Love Joan.

Robin said...

Love your "Suzy Zoo" graphics! said...

I love acorns, and all things to do with fall..
wonderful quote!
Have a good week.
xox, cassie

betty said...

that does sound like a fun craft to do with the acorns; thanks for sharing it (now I just have to find an oak tree, LOL)