Pinecones are traditional for Christmas; they are simple to find and give a cute touch to the décor, make it cozy. They are perfect to combine with candles to create some exciting centerpiece. A pinecone wreath is a cool alternative to a usual one but you may also add some of them to a fir tree wreath. Paint the pinecones or glitter them, put in a bowl or a glass and a nice decoration is ready. Make loops and hang on the tree, the door or the window to decorate them. The fireplace and mantel may be also beautifully decorated with pinecones, and you can even make a pinecone Christmas tree, if you like. Look for more inspiring ideas below.
Put slightly painted pinecones in a white bowl and you've got yourself a winter arrangement you can put onto any surface in your house.
Here is a cool idea for a colorful DIY front door decor that doesn't require a wreath form. To make this cool door hanger you'll need a bunch of pinecones, several pieces of silk ribbon and some paint.
Pine cones are great Christmas tree decorations that are really easy to make.
In order to make pinecones less boring spice them up with your favorite colors using spray paint or by bleaching and dying them with rit dye.
For a tabletop focal point mix faux dahlias in a vase filled with pinecones.
Don't forget to decorate your mailbox! Pine cones would look great there too.
Gold glitter spray paint is a good way to make your pinecone garland shiny.
Pinecones are perfect way to add some rustic charm to any space. Even to a log cabin.
Don't like natural pinecones? Make felt ornaments shaped like them and hang on a Christmas tree.
Natural mantel decorations are perfect if you want your decor looks rustic.
Bleach pinecones for an unusual twist. To do that simply mix a 2 parts bleach one part water solution and submerge pinecones it it for 24 hours. After that let them dry and use them for any kind of Christmas decorations.
Design a rustic Christmas wreath in non traditional colors. Hot-glue pinecones to a grapevine base and paint it with white to imitate snow.
Pinecones in small vintage cups and buckets could resemble Christmas trees if you put shiny stars on top of them.
To make a pinecone topiary, cover a large styrofoam ball with a garbage bag. Then, apply to it as many pinecones as you want using a hot-glue gun.
Spray painted pinecones really pop placed in a tall vase.
Suspend individual pinecones from an evergreen garland or from a Christmas tree using twine.
Pinecones, pomanders and holiday greens could easily become an awesome holiday arrangement for a table setting.
Whp said wreaths are only for a front door? Hang a bunch of them on a wall with silk ribbon pieces in different length.
You can even decorate your presents with little pinecones.
You can decorate kitchen cabinet doors with individual pinecones suspended on colorful ribbon pieces.
Pinecone topiaries would look great as indoors as outdoors. A mantel and some side table are perfect are as good places for such arrangement as a front porch.
Gigantic pinecones painted with white sparkles could become a door hanger that would welcome your guests during winter.
A faux frost-tipped wreath, made using pinecones and red ornaments could add a wintery touch to your front door or your staircase.
Fill a large vase with super tiny pinecones and put a tabletop Christmas tree in it. You've got yourself a gorgeous looking piece of decor.
A DIY pinecone door hanger is probably the most easy craft project there is. It's perfect to make with your kids.
Add some felt to pinecones and you got yourself beautiful owl ornaments.