December 8, 2010

DIY ~ Easy Pine Cone Christmas Ornaments ~

Remember that wonderful weekend I got to spend with my sisters and mom? Well part of our time was spent shopping and we got to look at a lot of Christmas decor. I found these pine cone ornaments that were so cute and yet something that could easily be made. I didn’t have any pine cones in my yard but a friend let me scrounge around her yard for some. Most of them were closed so I had to do some prep work, but even that was easy.

SUPPLIES:

~Pine Cones

~Tacky Glue

~Glitter

~Ribbon

1. If your pine cones are closed, stick them in the oven at 200 degrees.

2. Keep checking them until they are dry and open up all the way(about 2-3 hrs).

3. Put Tacky glue on each section of the pine cone.

4. Cover completely with glitter.

5. Let them dry completely and add a ribbon.

Enjoy!

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December 8, 2010

The Nerd @ 4:11 pm

That’s too cute!

December 9, 2010

Lauren @ 5:44 am

Wow, those look awesome!

December 21, 2010

Amanda @ 9:18 am

Love, love these! Just saw these on a neighbor’s mantle (very large pine cones) and loved the idea. Now I know how!

Kelli @ 9:48 am

I love the colors you used! I made some glittered pine cones this year and I put them in paper bags to keep the glittery mess to a minimum!

December 22, 2011

SassyKay @ 6:42 am

Very festive! Thanks for the tip of opening the pine cones in the oven first. Love the colors, too.

January 14, 2012

Tanja @ 6:50 pm

I love your tutorial and would like to type this on my craft blog, if it is ok with you and I will also mention where I got it from on my blog