Delicious shades of paint and glitter…
Supplies: Large Twig Weath Form, Pincones, Wooden Acorns, Canvas Material, Martha Stewart Multi Surface High Gloss Acrylic Craft Paint in Purple Yam and Geranium. Martha Stewart Multi Surface Satin Acrylic Craft Paint in Carrot and Granny Smith. Martha Stewart Crafts Holiday Icon Stencils, Martha Stewart Crafts Natural Bristle Brushes, Martha Stewart Crafts Stencil Tape. Not pictured — pruning shears and hot glue.
It’s fun having “non-traditional” fall colors in a project.
Crystal N says
Fun!! I love the bright colors!! So easy to make!! So Fun!!
this turned out PERFECT Malia!
Oh my that was ONE big box of Martha goodness. It must have felt like Christmas when you opened that all up. Love how you used the products! Very creative to see roses in pinecones.
Laura / The Shed, a blog by Pet Scribbles says
I never thought to cut the tops off pinecones to make them look like flowers – thanks for the great idea! Love how your wreath turned out!
Your wreath turned out so lovely and perfect for Fall. What a wonderful treat to get the box of fun! I’m sure you’ll come up with tons of great ideas for everything in it!
Beautiful wreath. I love the pine cone roses.
Such a beautiful wreath! Definitely gets you into the fall spirit! You always do a wonderful job with all your ideas, so inspiring!
Michele @ The Scrap Shoppe says
So pretty, Malia, and what a great idea! The pine cones turned out terrific. :)
So pretty! I love the vibrant colors against the dark brown! How clever to give natural elements like pine cones and acorns a fresh new look with colorful paint :)
holly lefevre says
Oh my goodness Malia – so fun and so pretty. I love those silkscreen adhesives!
Randi - Dukes and Duchesses says
What a great idea! I love all the fun ideas I’ve seen using natural elements. I would NEVER have thought to turn pinecones into flowers. Those are adorable!
Hello Malia! How are you? Your blogs looks wonderful and there are so many useful tips and ideas! Lovely!!!
Carol ( Answer Is Chocolate) says
Gorgeous! Goodness knows I have enough pine cones. Hope you’re staying dry and wanted to let you know I’m featuring this as part of my link party wrap up tomorrow.