Glitter Pinecone Place Card Holders


Glitter Pinecone Place Card Holders


Glitter Pinecone Place Card Holders
Glitter Pinecone Place Card Holders

Nothing says Christmas quite like a home filled with sparkle and glitter. These Glitter Pinecone Place Card Holders will give your table an extra touch of class and personality. Your guests will truly appreciate this homemade Christmas craft. Each pinecone radiates a sense of warmth and when you put them all together on a beautifully set table, you won't be able to stop smiling from ear to ear. Perhaps the best part of this Christmas decoration is you can find the main material right outside your doorstep. With the help of this easy pine cone craft, everyone will be clamoring for a seat at your table come Christmas.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialRecycled Materials


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This has got to be one of my favorite ways to put table settings and name cards in the right place for guests. It is festive and creative. It will also give people something to talk about in case the food is not as pretty. Thanks for adding a unique way of using pinecones.

I came here searching for a Christmas craft using a pinecone. My daughter found a HUGE pinecone that is just picture perfect and I knew I had to do SOMETHING with it. Not finding what I was looking for exactly, I noticed this craft. BINGO! I can use the big pinecone as a centerpiece for the table and make the little ones for matching place card holders. We are a very casual family so this is sure to draw some looks from my kids and grand-kids. My only question is how long the pinecones will last? Do they self preserve or is there something you need to do to keep them from deteriorating?

Once they are dry, they will last. You can fully preserve pine cones by baking them or soaking and then drying them completely. Though, some methods will "open" the pine cone so you have to make sure you pick the method that won't alter the look. You can find the exact directions when you search the internet for "how to preserve pine cones". I hope this helps. Good luck! - Krista, Editor, AllFreeChristmasCrafts


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