PineCone Cluster/Wreath -Nature Winter Decor-
A fresh take on the traditional winter/holiday wreath, this elegant cluster of eight pinecones is a great way to decorate inside and outside. *Comes in a cluster of eight pinecones & green gingham ribbon and green bow accents. *Measures approx. twenty-four inches from top of ribbon to bottom of pinecones. Pinecones are approx. 4-5 inches tall. Thank you for looking!
Pine Cone Christmas Trees
I absolutely love the simple and easy to make Christmas crafts just like this one! We live in the mountains and have a TON of giant ponderosa pine cones everywhere. So this is just perfect for us. And if you really have to, you can always buy a few at just about any craft store.Here's the link to the full tutorial on how to make these...Amy's Delights - Pine Cone Christmas TreesImage Credit: 1) amysdelights.blogspot.com 2) stylowi.pl
DIY Pine Cones Candle Holder - Shelterness
Decorating with pine cones is great for Holidays. They could be found everywhere at our feet right before this time of the year and they gives some many
Pine cone decor ideas for Christmas | Chickabug
There are lots of pine trees around my house, and this year I can’t seem to resist picking up a few pine cones each time I walk the dog – they’re free decorations, after all! Right now I just have a little pile of them ...
Ornaments Pine Cone Gnomes Elves -- set of 3
So tiny and sweet, these wee pine cone elves measure not much more than 2" and can be used to decorate your tree, a special package, or any other spot in your home that needs a touch of whimsical magic. Made by hand, each elf is slightly different. Sold in sets of three -- please specify if you would like green, red, or white, or a mix of all three colors. Thanks for looking :) Please view the rest of my collection here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheSingingWoods
Easy Kids Project: Pine Cone Christmas Trees • Recyclart
Here is a perfect Christmas project for your kids! Collect pine cones, use green paint and some little accessories and voila, you have little pine cone
* Nature's (Free!) Art Supplies
During the crisp Fall Season, while the squirrels and birds are busy gathering seeds, berries, and nuts for the long Winter ahead, my girls and I can be found collecting our own supplies around our neighborhood. We are busy collecting and gathering free art supplies! Leaves (pressed and dried in phone books) Acorns (Mostly Acorn Caps) Walnuts, Pine Cones, and Dry Pine Needles. With visions of projects like: Pom-Pom Acorns (Click Here for a link to the post) Pine Cone Elves (Click Here for a…
Pinecone Candle Holder
I wasn't going to craft today but after my daughter brought home some pinecones from the park, I had to make something with it! lol! Another decor for my soon to be Fall display! Material pinecones, spray paint, the bottom of a soda can, glue gun and scissors Spray paint the pine cones After it dries, cut the top of the pine cone and spray paint again. Cut the button of a soda can and trim around it. Glue the aluminium circle to the pine cone. You are done! For the Be Thankful frame tutorial…