Acorns are little gems of the natural world, whether you're familiar with these nuts of the Oak tree in green, orange, brown, or anywhere in between! But if you’re excited by vintage glass ornaments as I am, you may be intrigued to find that acorns can come in every shade of the rainbow, and with fanciful textures and patterns made from blown glass! Of course, my illustrated ode to acorn ornaments is delivered in black-and-white, and it's up to YOU to colorize these jewels. Enjoy two sentiments and two compositions of acorns.
Illustrated with a whole lotta love by Marcella Hawley.
Check out this tutorial on shading with black, featuring the Acorn Ornaments stamp set.
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PLEASE NOTE: These images are digital files that you download and print from your computer. This is not a traditional clear polymer stamp set. Images are intended for the crafter’s personal, handmade creations, or for small-batch handmade items for resale with a credit to Power Poppy. Digital downloads are not returnable.
Here’s an outstanding step-by-step tutorial by the Bloom Brigade’s Allison Cope for working with digital images using GIMP, a free downloadable photo-editing program.
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