Chestnut Decorations – 19 Beautiful Ideas
We kick them as we walk across the carpet of dead leaves that lies before us in fall, without really knowing the real ornamental potential they have. For those in love with decorations from nature, chestnuts, alone or in combinations with other bits of nature such as acorns, can turn in truly original ornaments that spread energy and personality in your homes. As usual, we bring you some inspiration, leaving the scrupulous work to you. Below are some chestnut decorations, beautifully crafted so that to bring savor into your homes.
Easy to anticipate, most of these decorations are toys or other items designed to embellish kids’ rooms. They come in different shapes and the imagination knows no limits in this regard. Combine chestnuts with anything you lay your hand on to create beautiful and original decorations, bringing vitality into their rooms. Here are some telling images of what you can make using chestnuts.
Since we mentioned kids, let’s also give chestnuts a bit of a practical use. Given color pencil a whole new look adding some original toppers made from chestnuts, turned into funny figurines.
Another handy option is to make some lovely wreaths to hang on the door. You have plenty of ideas to choose from as well for a beautiful and harmonious visiting card that will speak for itself about the hospitality of your home. They can also get various shapes and forms, as you can see in these beautiful images below.
And since you hung wreaths on the door, why not hang something under the eaves as well? Some homemade chestnut snakes with one end turned into funny figurines are a hilarious presence that will bring a smile on your visitors’ faces.
Pick a chestnut and turn it into an original piece of jewelry hanging around your neck. Easy to craft, this sprinkling of nature will draw curious looks, but admiration alike.
Throw some chestnuts into a mason jar, decorate it with autumn leaves and lace and get a fall décor bursting with personality which will make a fine presence on a table. Combine chestnuts with other dried fruit and seeds from nature for a final fresh and energetic ensemble.
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