8 Creative Pinecone Crafts that Add Beauty to Your Fall and Winter

Every time I walk outside these days I see lots of pine cones on the ground – and the first thing pops into my mind is, what can I make from them? It’s a free, natural material with an awesome shape. Without any further ado, let’s get things to work. Here are some astounding ways to turn pine cones into a beautiful piece of art!

1. Lighted Pine Cone Arrangement

This lighted pine cone arrangement is a stunning example of the art of repurposing. It’s bound to become a fabulous centerpiece on a mantel or dinner table and will definitely set the mood better than candles.

2. Rustic Pine Cone Garland

A rustic pine cone garland truly adds a sense of coziness and a warm charm to your home as the weather starts to become colder. You can even add your own touch by adding in some greenery, ribbon, or whatever elements come to mind.

3. Pine Cone Candle Holder

This is one of those amazing projects that are extremely simple yet so very beautiful and effective. Mix and match different-sized pine cones; you can also paint them gold for added stunning effect.

4. Pine Cone Topiary

This eye-catchy pine cone topiary would look pretty in your door entrance or garden and practically anywhere that requires a little facelift. The secret to making the pine cones look like roses is to allow them to dry out so they open up.

5. Washi Tape Pine Cone Turkey

Thanksgiving is here before you know it, and the Thanksgiving tablescape is not complete without its staple, turkey! This washi tape pine cone turkey is an adorable decoration you can do with your kiddos and add your Thanksgiving table!

6. Pine Cone Place Cards

Your fall gathering will fall to its proper place with the help of these super cute and natural pine cone place cards. Simply stick a tag with your guest’s name on it and place it on the designated seat.

7. Spring Flowers

These wonderful spring flowers will surely flourish in your home this fall! It’s a lovely display sure to leave a lasting impression. I’m sure this kind of creation is not only great for one season, but perfect year-round.

8. Yarn Pine Cones

If you don’t want to deal with some messy paint, these yarn pine cones are a clever solution. Another fun project you can share with the kids, and you can both pick any color perfect for the season.

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