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Shimmery Pine Cone Wreath

By: Candace & Nicole from craftysisters-nc.blogspot.com

Make your home sparkle this Christmas with one of the most original Christmas wreath ideas you've ever seen. The Shimmery Pine Cone Wreath is the perfect door decoration to welcome all guests into your home. Follow this tutorial and you'll discover just how easy it is to learn how to make a Christmas wreath craft. Inspired by nature, this wreath sticks to the basics, but feel free to dress it up with ribbon or baubles for a festive touch. This wreath can be a beautiful addition to your home decor year round. 

Shimmery Pine Cone Wreath
Shimmery Pine Cone Wreath
This image courtesy of craftysisters-nc.blogspot.com

Estimated Cost: $11-$20

Time to complete: Weekend project

Main Material: Paint

Intermediate

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when I make this I am going to use more pinecones and add a red bow. Needs to be fuller. Nice poroject tho.

first I collect various sizes of pine cones. Then I bake them. This kills bugs and melts the sap on the cones. They come out glossy and deep colored. I use a grapevine wreath and attach my pine cones with a product called liquid nail. You apply with a caulking gun. When the liquid nail dries the cones will NEVER come loose. I fill in large holes with smaller pine cones. Once they dry I take my glue gun and begin to apply snips of garland, colored bells, balls and bows. I have even used tiny ornaments throughout . Large pieces of potporree (SP) finish filling in gaps. I spray it with sealer. Select a fabulous ribbon and tie to the front. Hang and enjoy. These are great for gifts too. If you are gonna make a pine cone wreath go for extravagant. You won't be sorry

I make pinecone wreaths, but my look a lot better than this one, I use all sizes and I do not paint the pinecones, I like the natural color much better..

I personally think that the shimmery Pine cone wreath should be fuller. To me it looks incomplete.

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