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These Pinecone Christmas Trees Will Brighten Your Home

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IMAGE SOURCE: LAUREN J PHOTOGRAPHY

My little man and I can’t walk around the block without stashing at least a dozen pinecones into his stroller. This quick craft put our supply to good use!

Set up a little pine tree forest on the mantle, or gift them to a local elderly home for the holidays!

IMAGE SOURCE: LAUREN J PHOTOGRAPHY
IMAGE SOURCE: LAUREN J PHOTOGRAPHY

Pinecone Christmas Trees

inspired by Scissors and Spoons

Supplies

Directions

  1. Spray paint the outer edges of the pinecone with green spray paint. Make it look like a real tree by leaving the inside brown. Let the paint dry.
  2. Cut a wine cork in half and hot glue it to the bottom of the pinecone. Let the glue dry.
  3. Hot glue the star to the top. Let it dry. Then enjoy!

    IMAGE SOURCE: LAUREN J PHOTOGRAPHY

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