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Glamorous Pine Cone Wreath

Updated November 19, 2018

Welcome winter into your home this year with this Glamorous Pine Cone Wreath. This DIY winter wreath is the perfect addition to your winter decorations. Grab a grapevine wreath, spray paint some pine cones to make them look snow-covered and frost-bitten, and you're ready to make a unique homemade wreath. Add a white ribbon to put a final glamorous touch on your decoration. Inspired by nature, this wreath is the perfect decoration for your front door or mantel. All your neighbors will be wondering where you got this stunning decoration!

Glamorous Pine Cone Wreath
Glamorous Pine Cone Wreath
This image courtesy of GirlLovesGlam.com

Estimated Cost: Under $10

Time to complete: In an evening

Primary Technique: Florals/Wreaths

Difficulty Level: Easy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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I use a straw wreath base and two or three different kinds of cones when making this type of wreath. A glue gun comes in very handy with this project. I also affix a cloth covered wire to the wreath before beginning to attach the cones. This is twisted into a hanger. A ribbon can also be used. I like the authors use of a brooch on the ribbon bow. There are really endless ways to decorate a cone wreath. These wreaths will last for years if you spray the cones with a preservative. I've had one for over twenty years!

How adorable is this wreath! I love how you made the pine cones white to add some dimension to the wreath. It almost looks like snow on the craft. Simple, yet elegant, and easy for almost anyone to make with little or no crafting skills. Great add for a fun way to start crafting!

grapevine or bittersweet from the garden and pine cones from the bush = a wonderful wreath look for it on my front door this Christmas

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