30 Decorative DIYs to Make a Pine Cone Wreath
Decorating your home with a lovely wreath using the freshly cut pine cones might be one of your preferred choices for this Christmas. To intensify your festive mood, we have some interesting tutorials below to make your wreath-making process a mere cakewalk.
The pine cone and holly combination sets off the mood for Christmas.
This lovely wreath hanging on your gateway would be a perfect way to welcome guests this holiday season.
The pink spray paint along with the beads and ribbons gives the wreath a gorgeous look.
Embellishing the pinecones with pompoms make it look even more charming.
The combination of hazelnut and berries on the wreath is marvelous.
Adding book pages to the pine cone is indeed an innovative idea. You can even include candy cane or anything else.
You can make a few more such wreaths with different themes, like on one you can add paper snowman, felt paper Christmas tree on the other and so on.
You can even glue your family picture in the space in the middle to give it the impression of a photo frame cum wreath.
Combining pine cones and grapevine as well as adding beautiful leaves make the wreath immensely appealing.
The pine cones enclosed within the chicken wire create an impressive design.
To create a Christmas fervor, you may also hang red socks or Mr. Santa from the wreath.
The evergreen cutting enhances the brightness of the pinecone wreath.
You can also opt for a three-color dip (red, white and green), to bring out the perfect Christmas mood.
This stylish wreath would look marvelous when hanging on your window.
While decorating your home for a wedding, a pinecone wreath like this one sitting in one corner of your room would look ecstatic.
The cardinals sitting on the wreath make it exceedingly colorful.
The burlap base of the wreath adds to its rustic look.
The silver color suits the mood of the snowy and frosty winter.
The given video would provide you a brief idea to make cute flowers from pinecones and arrange them into a wreath.
Come next month, and you would be engrossed in making an advent wreath like this one. If you have placed it in your living room as a centerpiece, then you can even put a Bible in front of it as well as decorate its sides with colorful balls and a reindeer.
Instead of hanging it on the wall, you can even place it on your glass table, further decorating it with plastic pumpkins and other colorful vegetables, to celebrate the spirit of autumn.
Making a reindeer with the pinecones and fitting it inside a raffia covered wreath would be a grand Christmas decor idea.
Neatly arrange the flower-shaped pinecones on a wire frame and wrapped in the wire as shown in this tutorial.
Gear up this Christmas to decorate your homes with some fantastic pinecone wreaths to make the festive season a more fulfilling one.
Published on November 26th 2016 by Miranda Gibbs