Well hello everyone! It is a cold winter day and I got to thinking about how I am going to be taking down my Christmas decorations in the near future. I won’t rush it, BUT, it is inevitable, right? I gathered some Winter Pine Cone Projects from my blog files and from some of my blogging friends that I thought you might like.
Most of them are SUPER simple and using your own creativity makes it even that much better, right?
I have a round up of 15+ Winter Pine Cone Projects just for you and your home.
Let’s start with my talented blogging friends first.
Redhead Can Decorate
DIY On The Cheap
Redhead Can Decorate
Aren’t my friends talented? Be sure to check out their blog posts for all the details so you can create Winter Pine Cone Projects, too.
Now for a few of my own ideas from my blog, right here.
Spray paint your pine cones gold and set them in a peat pot for an original decor piece.
To create my Cranberry and Pine Cone Centerpiece, I started by using a thrifted tray. I gathered my tiny pine cones, fresh cranberries, and pillar candles. Easy and beautiful all winter long.
Add pine cones to your greenery. After all we see pine boughs all over stores and design centers all year long. Why should we keep it up as well?
Again, spray paint some of your pine cones with metallic paint and mix them with natural pine cones. I love the contrast, don’t you?
Keeping with a winter theme and a Winter Pine Cone Projects, hot glue a few metallic pine cones to a string and add them to your vignettes.
Silver looks good with anything, doesn’t it? Even a pine cone sitting in it, right?
Simple and effect-Find a unique shaped jelly jar. Fill it with pine cones and even a few crystallized sticks. Easy peasy, right?
For variety add a few sugar balls to your Pecan and Pine Cone Garland.
I like to fill Epsom salts in jars all through Winter. It gives me the Winter white look that I like so much. Add a few natural pine cones for a snowy effect.
Add pine cones and greenery to a vintage watering can or olive bucket for a super easy Winter Pine Cone Project.
Fill a tray FULL of pine cones, then add something fun, like a vintage scale, candles, or even white Christmas ornaments.
Winter Pine Cone Projects can be as wonderful and as elaborate as your imagination will take you.
I hope you have enjoyed today’s post. It is always fun to share what my blogging friends create as well as my own ideas.
Thanks for joining me and I hope you will have fun creating Winter Pine Cone Projects for your own home.
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