11 Comments

  • At 2008.10.23 22:17, Heather said:

    Those are so clever, and I love Jen’s blog!!

    • At 2008.10.24 21:06, vanessa said:

      what a fantastic simple idea! so fun

      • At 2008.10.25 06:26, Kellie said:

        Jenn is so creative!! You can see all of her ideas on her blog!

        http://lipstickandlaundry.wordpress.com/

        ~ Kellie ~

        • At 2008.11.12 11:37, katy said:

          You are killing me with these!!! soooo cute!

          • At 2008.11.12 12:34, Annie said:

            These are the cutest! They will go perfectly with our “Nuts about Thanksgiving” kids’ table – do you mind if we make them and feature you?

            • At 2008.11.14 19:32, sara's art house said:

              These are adorable!!!!

              • At 2008.11.15 04:13, Deelight said:

                These have got to be the cutest things ever. We are doing an acorn lesson soon. I will be adding this.

                • At 2008.11.16 21:28, Lara said:

                  I couldn’t find any mini Nilla Wafers where I was shopping, but then I found mini Nutter Butters! They turned out so cute and delicious! I used extra PB to stick them on.

                  • At 2008.11.17 06:01, Kellie said:

                    Nutter Butters…can’t get any better than that. Choc and peanut butter is my FAVE combo!!! I am glad that the lack of wafers in your grocery store didn’t stop you from making the Acorns!! Love coming up with different substitutions. Thanks for sharing!!!

                  • At 2009.10.06 11:46, UK Fashion said:

                    These looks great! Thanks!

                    • At 2012.06.28 13:34, Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids said:

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