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Pine Cone Beauties

They’re simple yet festive, versatile yet inexpensive.  Here’s some of my fave DIY pine cone lovelies that can go from a charming woodland affair to an elegant fall or winter celebration.

From Sweet Paul: a nice alternative to the traditional door wreath

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DIY pine cone garland from Twig & Thistle

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If you prefer them gilded over au naturel, The Martha has a tute for ya.

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And finally, pine cone place setting using kid’s art supplies from Design Sponge.

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Happy weekend, folks!

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20 comments

1 nicole { 12.11.09 at 3:49 pm }

These are so so gorgeous and classy looking!

2 Jocelyn Stott { 12.11.09 at 4:22 pm }

I love all of those. I may have to do one of these tonight!

3 Ellie { 12.11.09 at 9:05 pm }

Another good trick for glitzing up pine cones… dip/brush them with glue and attack with glitter! They look great whether you glitter them entirely, mix the colours or just do the edges and it’s a great messy activity to try with kids :)

4 Christine { 12.12.09 at 6:31 pm }

Love the purple ribbon pine cones. The purple just makes it seem a little more modern, though it would look just as good with traditional red or green ribbon.

5 Olivia { 12.15.09 at 8:32 pm }

I love these ideas! Especially the non-traditional wreath. I’ll have to keep that one in mind for next year!

6 stela@weddingvows { 12.16.09 at 4:04 am }

Hey what an idea..i never think of it before…i will try for it definitely.

7 Miss B. { 12.16.09 at 3:43 pm }

This looks easiest enough that I can try, love me some pinecone:)

8 Clau! { 12.17.09 at 11:57 am }

Great Idesa, got a christmas giveaway on my blog ;)
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Saludos,
Clau!

9 Danielle { 12.17.09 at 9:14 pm }

I am absolutely in love with the alternative to the traditional door wreath! Great idea!

10 RobbieLee at Chickiedee { 12.18.09 at 10:28 am }

Oooo… my dad just brought me down 100 Ponderosa Pine Cones from his mountain home. They are opening up beautifully! I was going to make bird feeders with some of them then I was going to spray-paint the rest for ornaments. I was afraid of spray paint though because it’s messy and dangerous for the environment, so I’ll dip them like the image above! thanks for the idea!

11 Deb D { 12.27.09 at 4:30 am }

Some pretty ideas here! Just have to wait for winter here now so I can get pine cones :)

12 katie@it's in the details { 12.29.09 at 11:39 am }

I just found your site and I love everything! What great ideas and totally doable!

13 Megan { 01.04.10 at 12:42 am }

Love Sweet Paul’s idea. Thanks for sharing. We collected pine cones and scented them with some essential oils, these are great ways to display them.

14 Michael and Anna Costam { 01.08.10 at 6:46 pm }

Pine cones soaked in white! Brilliant!

15 Carico { 01.15.10 at 3:04 pm }

Cute ideas with the pine cones. I wish I had a mantel b/c I really like the string of pine cones on the mantel. Who knew pine cones made such adorable decorations!

16 Leslie Jenkins { 01.23.10 at 12:47 am }

I’ve also seen pine cone candle holders over at Style Hive that would compliment these perfectly. Of course after looking at the candles I’m sot sure how they couldn’t be a fire hazard.

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17 bride-to-be { 01.31.10 at 12:43 pm }

Like the pine cones. They even look edible when put on a plate.

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19 emma | emmaline bride { 12.03.10 at 12:17 am }

I love these! Beautiful! My favorite is the top with the plum ribbon. Such a sweet alternative to a door wreath.

20 Cindy { 04.07.11 at 8:10 am }

Pine cones !!! I love this idea very classy ….and, also, very original !!!

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