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Pinecone Wreath

A pinecone wreath looks lovely on the front door no matter if it is natural or painted white, like the example in the picture.

Pinecone Wreath





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For this project you will need:

- 1 straw wreath 40 centimeters in diameter
- small pinecones
- spray paint in white
- hot glue gun
- embellishments such as glass ornaments and a ribbon bow


1. First glue the pinecones on the front, inside and outside of the wreath.
2. Then spray paint the wreath. You may need several coats to completely cover the wreath. Let the paint dry between each coat.
3. Once the last coat is on and dry, hot glue the embellishments onto the wreath.

Illustrated Craft Tutorial:

Simple Bow Tutorial

How to Make a Simple Bow




Pinecone Wreath
The best is to use small pinecones as they seem to fit better.






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