Rustic Pinecone Ornaments: Do-it-yourself

With the holidays approaching, we have a few ideas for some inexpensive crafts. Today we have are making rustic pinecone ornaments. These are perfect to decorate your tree or any part of your house for the holidays and they smell wonderful! If you want to make your own ornaments, just follow these instructions below!

Here's what you need:

Paint

Paintbrush

Jute

Pinecones

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Now, you want to pick either one color for consistency, or a variety of colors for some extra flair. We chose silver, gold, red and green. The gold was our favorite as an ornament.

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If you want to stop here, you can use these pinecones around the house as decoration. But if you want to make ornaments, you will need to grab the jute (or any ribbon will work).

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We tied a small loop with jute and attached it to the pinecone with a little bow.

Now, deck out the tree with your homemade ornaments!

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related topics: crafts, diy, holidays, Christmas, pinecone

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