Pinecones: they last forever, they’re interesting to look at and they signal the season where evergreens reign supreme. Throw a couple of pinecones on a coffee table or mantle and you could call it wintertime decorating success. Orrrrr you could always take things further with these ideas…
Construct this wreath with rolled up book pages and an assortment of pinecones for a result that gives off a wintery welcoming vibe without the usual pine needle shedding.
Wintertime is garland time, right? Make your own with pinecones laying about outside and whatever spray paint and string you like.
Here’s a project that requires no special crafting supplies or skills — perfect to share with children. Bold, chunky yarns work well, but why not try different textures and color patterns? A batch of these bundled together in a ceramic or glass container could be an eye-catching display or dinner table centerpiece.
Follow this straightforward guide to incorporating Mother Nature into your wedding reception tables. (If ever you needed an excuse to incorporate a hacksaw into your crafting plans, let it be this.)
Dab at pinecone spires with bright paints to create simple decorative pieces to scatter about public spaces. Grace Tran shows how to use a toothbrush and angled paintbrush to keep your paint job neat and uniform with this how-to guide.
Why not make mini “pine trees” out of pinecones? With rustic pots and muted mossy “grass,” this clever coffee table grouping keeps things classy, but there’s room to be as bold and cheeky as you want. Playing with size could be fun too — imagine an even smaller “pine tree” in a tiny flower pot or a whole forest of these beauties!
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