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  • BJ Riordan

    Martha Stewart Pinecone Lamp Finial: Bring a bit of the forest indoors by decorating a lamp finial with a pinecone, plain or spray-painted silver. If your lamp doesn't already have a basic finial -- the small piece that screws onto the top of a lamp's harp -- you can buy one at the hardware store. Lamp Finial How-To: 1. Sand the bottom of the pinecone to create a smooth surface. 2. Dab a bit of hot glue onto the flattened area, and press the pinecone onto the top of the finial.

  • Erin Lee

    Pine cone finial DIY from Martha Stewart

  • Melody Chester

    See the "Pinecone Lamp Finial" in our Woodland Decorating Ideas gallery

  • Lawanda Hayes

    Pinecone Finial - Use a pine cone as a lamp finial - Paint it silver, black bronze or to match lamp shade

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Already collecting the pine cones! (I hate that it's M.S. but she does make beautiful things.)

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