DIY Rustic Christmas Pine Cone Wreath


Hi Friends.... Have you started decorating for the holiday season yet?  
I have been busy decking the halls and creating simple Christmas decorations.  My favorite one is this natural pine cone wreath.  It is super easy to make and cost next to nothing!  

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SUPPLIES:
Pine Cones
Willow Wreath
Hot Glue Gun
Burlap Ribbon
White Paint
Paint Brush


Gather a bunch of pine cones.  
I found mine in my back yard...you can also purchase them at a craft store.


I Painted the wreath using white paint mixed with water.
 [One part paint two parts water] 
This is the paint I used.
The paint gives the wreath a wintry look.

After the paint dried I went ahead and wrapped the ribbon around the wreath.
I spaced the ribbon 2-3 inches apart.  

The pine cones are glued in clusters in-between the ribbon. 

NEXT....paint the pine cones

I painted the pine cones using the same white paint mixture I used to paint the wreath.


I found this sweet sign at Micheals Craft Store Shop Michaels Online in the dollar bin.
 Two dabs of hot glue did the trick to adhere it to the wreath

And that's it...
What I love about this wreath is.... I can remove the sign when Christmas is over and leave the wreath up all winter.

Feel free to display your wreath on your front door for all to enjoy!
Mine will eventually make its way outside.
But for now.......
I hung my wreath on a  wall vase that I repurposed. 


WISHING YOU A MERRY & BRIGHT CHRISTMAS!

To see more Christmas crafts visit countryliving.com


8 comments

  1. Love your wall vase and the wreath that you made. Very pretty!

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  2. Very pretty pine cone wreath - love the plaid wooden sign you added to it too! Pinned to share :)

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    1. Thank you Marie for the visit and the pin!

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  3. So pretty Julie! I LOVE pinecones!! Thanks for visiting!!

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  4. Love this wreath... Now I need to make one I have used these cute signs on my tree...thanks for the idea!

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  5. The white paint makes all the difference in your wreath. It looks so crisp and wintery!

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  6. Your wreath is so pretty. Love it. so perfect for this time of the year.

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