9 Easy Pinecone Projects
A pinecone is nature’s free and flexible crafting supply! Kids can make them into cute critters, they’re perfect on wreaths or in a centerpiece, or you an even transform them into decor items like mini Christmas trees.
Here are some easy ideas:
Toss them into mason jars and top them with candles: Fall Mason Jar Candles.
Paint them green with some white “snow” and teeny pom poms to make Pinecone Christmas Trees.
Accessories like a hat, broom and googly eyes can make a plain pinecone into a Pinecone Witch.
Spray paint is a quick way to give average pinecones a pop of color: Rustic Mason Jar Centerpiece with Pinecones.
Keep the kiddos busy with a pile of these forest freebies, paint and felt. They can craft up their own Pinecone Woodland Creatures.
An old rawer, battery operated candles and pinecones make a pretty Fall Candle Arrangement in a Drawer.
Grab some garden shears and cut them up to create an Autumn Wreath.
A thin strand of lights and a glass container elevate them into a lovely Glowing Star Centerpiece.
Metallic paint plus a inexpensive grape view wreath and you whip up this Easy Fall Metallic Wreath.