DIY Pine Cone Wreaths for Christmas

If you have been squirreling away pine cones all fall – then it’s time to enjoy the fruits of your labor and make beautiful rustic looking Pine Cone Wreaths for your door. You don’t have to stick to the original color of the pine cone – in fact you can paint them to go with your chosen color scheme and make them look even more enchanting. You could also incorporate other items such as winter berries and flowers for example.

1. Pine Cone Wreath

Pine Cone Wreath
Transform pine cones from your back yard into this beautiful wreath. Match it to your decor by painting some of the pine cones accordingly for example the white and grey cones seen on this wreath.

2. Candy Cane Twist

Candy Cane Twist
To make this you are going to need a foam wreath form, a hot glue gun, some white spray paint, and faux winter berries . Begin by gluing your pine cones onto the wreath and once dry you can spray paint white – or any other color of your choosing. Finish by adding a white and red striped bow with some jingle bells at the top.

3. Pretty Purple Pinecones

Pretty Purple Pinecones
Adorn your door with luscious purple pine cones that have glitter to give it that extra sparkle.

4. Red & White Pinecone Wreath

Red & White Pinecone Wreath
This would also be a great idea for Patriotic wreaths – all you need to do is paint some of the pine cones blue or perhaps add a blue bow.

5. Red Pinecones

Red Pinecones
Custom paint the pine cones and dip one in candle wax for added fragrance.

6. Pine Cone Swag

Pine Cone Swag
For a quick and easy pine cone decoration – simply combine pine cones and jingle balls onto ribbon and hang on your front door. You can switch out the ribbon for different seasons for example orange for Thanksgiving.

7. Multicolored

Multicolored
Bring a cheerful look to your door with these adorably pastel colored pine cones. You could also use it for spring too since the colors would be very appropriate.

8. Robin’s Nest

Robin's Nest
For a more simple look – Take a bunch of pine cones and glue them onto a wreath form to resemble a nest and add a little bird such as the robin.

9. Heart Shaped

Heart Shaped
Since home is where the heart is – why not make a hearty pine cone wreath complete with a lit house to match. You could also use it for Valentine’s Day too or any other time of year.

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