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  • Katelyn Holmberg

    Paint Dipped Pinecones - Would make a great centerpiece with some red glass ornaments mixed in a clear glass jar!... Great idea since I have an abundance of pine cones this year!

  • Laura Williams

    Paint Dipped Pinecones. they look like porcelain flowers! Sprinkle with crystal glitter while still wet. Pretty in a clear glass bowl as a centerpiece,

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Paint Dipped Pinecones: Just because Christmas is over and gone, it doesn’t follow that you have to give up all of your winter decorations. Bring a little winter woodlands into your house during the post holiday months with these pretty dipped pinecones. If the cones around you aren’t fully opened (open cones look best) dry them out in the oven on the lowest setting until they open completely.

Easy enough to do yourself. This garland is made from Australian Black pinecones, and is perfect for hanging on a mantel, draped on a piano, or adorning your christmas tree. The pinecones are sprayed white and hung with fabric ties on a red rope. Measures approximately 7.5ft.

pine cone cluster wreath. love this simple DIY design (would update the gingham).. maybe glitter the pine cones & holiday ribbon for xmas

Image inspiration! Create a scavenger hunt for a hike during which you collect a variety of pine cones which you later use to create a piece of art for the home or classroom using string and a fallen branch (which can also be collected on our hike). Talk about nature as art and/or diversity in nature.

I love pine cones... love the natural look, the different colors of the brown/grey and the wooden texture. They are so decorative and mix so well with shiny cream white christmas tree balls.

I purposely choose a simple safety pin- I think it looks fresh, but you can group a few of these flowers together for more impact. They also would look great on a barrette. For this craft you will need: pine cones wood glue nail polish glue gun safety pin optional are: scissors and a wet wipe

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Paint Dipped Pinecones make sure you bake pinecones (200 degrees) before to open them up then dip, then I think it would pretty to roll in epsom salt to make them 'snow covered' and glisten y !

Pine Cone Garland - great because I don't have any Christmas decorations. Bring on the Christmas DIYs!

elfs - pinecone body, wood ball head, felt hat and scarf, bell hat tip, sharpie marker eyes. These are too cute and it would be easy to change them up for a different look.

add a few more pinecones and ribbon - hang on front door during winter months when basket of plants can't survive the freezing temperatures