Pinecones are amazing for decor, they are natural and cool, and they almost don’t require any additional decor to use for your home. How to make a pinecone ornament easily and fast? Here are some ideas you may DIY.
Turn regular pinecones into these fabulous DIY pinecone ornaments with just a few supplies and add a rustic touch to your Christmas tree this season. First find out how to you how to clean and preserve pinecones in the source. Then attach various fake greenery and berries to your pinecones and some plaid ribbons for a traditional look. Keep reading in the source.
Pinecones are one of the most perfect holiday craft materials! They’re plentiful, they’re versatile, and if you play your cards right, you can forage them for free! These glitter pine cone ornaments are a perfect example of a great way to turn a simple pine cone into a lovely piece of holiday decor, with just a few materials. This project is simple enough to try with your children, and the finished result is pretty enough to hang on a tree, set on a mantle, or even give as a gift.
If you are a fan of naturals, of all those greens, acorns, snow pinecones, holly, birch logs, berries, if you think that naturals looks so good no matter what your style, this tutorial is for you. Have you ever bleached a pinecone? Everyone should do this science-experiment, it is amazing and fun! And the results are breathtaking! Bleaching pinecones is a very easy process, but make sure you set aside several days to bleach them. When they are completely dry they open up and turn from dark, deep brown to a soft taupe and white. Find out how to do that in the source.
This DIY is ideal for shabby chic lovers! It takes minimum time but the result is absolutely amazing and romantic. You can use it to decorate your Christmas tree or just hang it in the house. In Italy is very popular to decorate the tree with golden and red ribbon bows. The author of this tutorial added to this idea small pine cones and it became even better! Find out the idea in the source.
Turn a penguin into a cute tree ornament! These adorable arctic creatures will add cute cheer to your Christmas tree this year and require just a few basic materials to make. Aren’t these the cutest penguins you’ve ever seen? You can prop them along with other ornaments to create a fun winter scene. Both kids and adults will be happy with them.
This is such an easy but so cute craft to make! It’s so incredibly easy that you can even have your kids participating and having some fun playing with paint, glue and glitter. You can make a bunch in less than an hour for flocking and then leave them to dry while you make super cute rustic bows. Put them together and voila! head over to the tutorial to find out how to do that.
Before the snow starts falling in earnest, collect some pinecones on your next walk around the neighborhood or park – they’re just perfect for turning into these playful ornaments! The authors of the project were inspired by vintage pinecone elves and ornaments from the 50s but put a simple spin on them – you probably already have all the supplies you need to get started!
These amazing ornaments include two cool elements: real pinecones and jingle bells – so Christmassy! The pinecones are snowy ones but you may go glitter, too. These are really cute as embellishments too! Nestle them in garland or add it to a bottle of wine or a package for that homespun feel. Enjoy the cute rustic look and give them as gifts to your friends.
This project is super easy and can be done in a couple of minutes. What can be better than versatile pinecones? Only pinecones with velvet ribbon bows in the traditional Christmas colors! Glue some velvet ribbon bows and glue the ornaments where you want. They will already look like real appropriate embellishments, which is amazing. Get inspired!
These are not just pinecones, these are little birdies made of them! She’s a fun little character and is super-simple to make using a painted pinecone, wooden ball and a little felt. To make these pinecone bird ornaments you will need to first download the PDF from the source. Read what to do next and get inspired!
Here are more creative pinecone ornaments, and they look like little dwarves or gnomes. The body is made of a pinecone, there are heads of beads, red hats and scarves. Find out how to pull off such an ornament and invite your kids to craft some gnomes together. Enjoy!
The last but not least are DIY pinecone Christmas ornaments, which are made of oversized sequins. The base is a styrofoam ball and the large sequins make the decor shine. Read how to make them fast and add a touch of glam to your space.