DIY Pinecone Ornaments

decorated pinecone

It’s always fun to get a little creative with your Christmas Tree decor instead of buying everything. Plus, it makes your tree more unique. This year I wanted to add some more rustic decor to my tree so I made some pinecone ornaments. Continue reading below to see how you can make your own DIY pinecone ornaments.

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It’s Day 6 and we are sharing DIY Ornament Ideas!


 

Pinecone Ornament Supplies

 

supplies to make decorated pinecones

  • Large Pinecones
  • Spray Paint That Matches Your Colors (I used Satin Nickle.)
  • Glue Gun
  • Ribbon
  • Christmas Greenery and Berries

Pinecone Ornament Instructions

 

(If you are using pinecones that you have found outside it’s best to place them on a sheet pan in a 200 degree oven for about two hours to kill any bugs that might be in them.)

  • Spray paint each of the pinecones in your desired color. You could leave them plain, too, but for mine I will be painting them so they stand out on my green tree.
  • Once the paint is dry glue small pieces of greenery and berries on the top or large side of the pinecone.

red bow

  • Cut a 5-6 inch pieces of ribbon, fold it in half to form a loop and glue the open end down on top of the greenery. This will be how you hang the ornament.
  • Create a bow with the ribbon. I like several loops on mine so I cut a four inch piece of ribbon and set it aside. I then combined two complementary pieces of ribbon about 30 inches long. I then looped my ribbon going back and forth three times between my fingers. Pinching the middle of the ribbon I tied the four inch piece of ribbon around the middle and knotted it tight. Separate the loops and fluff them out. Glue the ribbon to the top of the pinecone.

pinecones and ribbon

That’s it and it’s so easy and inexpensive just like I love it.

Christmas Tree with Pinecone Ornaments

Here’s a few more Christmas decor ideas:

Christmas Decor

Using Everyday Items For Christmas Decor

Outside Christmas Decor

Outside Christmas Decor Ideas

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how to make pinecone ornaments

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Dru About Dru

There are so many things I could say but I will just start with the basics. Mother to 4. Grandmother to 11 (Yes, 11. All under the age of 9.) I am a former Army wife and we spent 15 years traveling around the world. It was such a thrill to have seen so many places and meeting lifetime friends. I spent many years working in the craft industry and love getting together with friends and creating. I have a lifelong love of thrift shops, antiques, and yard sales.

Comments

  1. These are really pretty and nicely done. Of course, I’m loving the pop of red on the top, being my favorite color!

  2. These would be great to add to a staircase garland!

  3. Your pine cone ornaments look so festive all dressed up. Lovely addition to your tree.

  4. This fits my style perfectly! I love pinecones with ribbon for Christmas. Beautiful!

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