Autumn has come to the Midwest bringing with it crisp air and colorful leaves.
I’ve even given up my flip flops for socks and shoes…
I like Autumn.
Really I do. (If only it’d turn right back into Summer.)
Now that I’ve given up on Summer, I thought I’d better start with my Fall Decorations.
I like making projects that serve more than one purpose.
Like this Pinecone wreath. After I’m done with my Fall Decorations…
I plan on adding red berries and re-making it into a Christmas Wreath.
How to Make a Frosted Pine Cone Wreath…
- 14″ Smoothfoam Wreath
- Assortment of Pinecones
- White Spray Paint
- Craft Moss
- Craft Glue
- Hot Melt Gun and Glue
- Ribbon and Raffia
- Thin Wire
- Gather an assortment of various sizes of pinecones.
- Spray one side of the pinecones with white spray paint.
- Glue Moss onto Smoothfoam Wreath. (leave the outside of the wreath bare)
- Hot Glue and wire larger pinecones onto the wreath first.
- Fill in the Wreath with the smaller pinecones.
- Tie Ribbon around the outside of the wreath.
- Add raffia bow.
This project was created for and sponsored by Smoothfoam.
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