Pine Cone DIY Garland

Pine Cone DIY Garland


Pine Cone DIY Garland
Pine Cone DIY Garland
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This charming Pine Cone DIY Garland makes an excellent and easy Christmas craft that will leave your home a little bit merrier than before you started. Cheery pine cones and bright ribbons make this nature craft stand out in your home. You'll love the quaint effect it has hung on your walls or draped along a banister. Wherever you choose to display it, this Christmas craft idea is sure to be a blast to make. You'll want to take this DIY Christmas decor out every year and everyone will appreciate and admire your handiwork. 

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsNature Material

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft

Difficulty LevelEasy



Project TypeMake a Project

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I love pinecones, in Autumn I always end up filling a vase with them or using some as a fire lighter but I love this Christmas garland idea for using them instead and it looks like something I could definitely make as well. I cant wait to give this one a try, has anyone done one? Does it give that beautiful pine cone scent around the room?

Pine cones are so lovely and they can be very fragrant, but some of them have lots of sticky sap! Does anyone know of a a good way to deal with that messy sap? It smells great though! And is there a difference in using comes with or without the seeds released? I think they have a looser look when the seeds have been sprinkled out! Adding some clear fishline to this garland can be a good alternative to tying it together or dangling ornaments from it. So pretty!

I have a ton of pine cones in my back yard and this is a great way to use them as garland maybe for going up the stair on railing or in an office for your desk. I love the gold color but you can use your color.Super easy and inexpensive project. You can even do it as a family and hang for your family dinner. Great idea.

I was looking for something like this last holiday season, so I will definitely be using it this year. I love making crafts with pine cones because they are so easy to find. You can just go on a quick walk and find dozens of them laying around for free in my area. Great post for thrifty crafters too.

I used pine cones for another project and I would like to add that when using the cones remember to clean them either laying in water or baking in the often for a while to kill all insects and bugs in the pines. Another variation is by laying the cones in bleach water for a few days. The cones come out a lovely whitish colour

I love how pretty this project came out. Simple, yet perfect to use those pine cones that i lave laying around and keeping my children busy when they "complain" how bored they are. I will put this one on the corridor and will put the Christmas light with it as well. Ho-Ho-Ho. What a simple , yet great idea.

Now this is something I can get into. My yard is full of pine trees, which means one thing, plenty of pine cones.people will come by and ask if they can have some and I say, get your bucket or basket. I have many more than I know what to do with, but now I have something else to do with them. This is very easy and very pretty and won't cost me much at all. Thanks for sharing.


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