This easy DIY tutorial will show you how to make a beautiful pinecone wreath using a grapevine wreath form, pinecones, moss and velvet ribbon.
This easy DIY project will add natural beauty to your home this fall and winter. Follow these simple instructions to make your own pinecone wreath.
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With Fall and the holidays coming, and with it all the traditions associated with the holiday.
One of our favorites is making a pinecone wreath.
Not only is it beautiful, but it’s also really easy to make! In this post, we’ll show you how to make one yourself.
Keep reading to learn more!
Today, I am sharing How to Make a Beautiful Pinecone Wreath
Come on, I’ll show you.
Do you want to add a festive touch to your home this holiday season, but don’t want to break the bank?
Why not try making your own pinecone wreath? I
t’s easy and affordable, and you can make it as simple or embellished as you like.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to make a basic pinecone wreath using just a few supplies.
So get ready to start crafting!
What do I need to Make a Beautiful Pinecone Wreath?
Aren’t these pinecones amazing?
When they are on the tree, they are a tight velvety green pinecone that is just stunning.
When they drop and dry out, the bottom of the pinecome looks like a rose.
I literally don’t do anything to them.
This easy pinecone wreath tutorial will show you how to make a beautiful, natural-looking wreath for your home in no time!
Making your own pinecone wreath is a fun, festive way to get into the holiday spirit!
This guide will show you how to make a beautiful, natural wreath using only a few simple steps.
So gather your materials and let’s get started!
How to Make a Beautiful Pinecone Wreath?
This wreath is so easy to make.
You will have it finished in no time.
Gather all of your supplies.
Heat your hot glue gun.
Whether you’re a seasoned crafter or this is your first time trying your hand at wreath-making, I hope you’ll give this tutorial a try.
It’s really easy and the results are stunning.
And if you get stuck or have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask in the comments below. I’m happy to help!
Thanks for reading, and happy crafting!
Glue the moss around the outside and inside edges.
I used four different kinds of moss for more interest.
Glue on the pinecone.
I added my pinecones in a random pattern.
I didn’t want them in a straight line.
Doesn’t it look amazing?
Now that you know how to make your own pinecone wreath, what are you waiting for?
This is a great project to do with the kids, or even as a solo crafting session.
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We can’t wait to see what you create!
I adore velvet ribbon.
It has such a classic and luxurious feel and look to it.
I chose this gorgeous velvet ribbon to hang my wreath from.
And, of course, I needed a bow.
I hang my wreaths from a clear plastic wreath hanger that hooks on over the door. You can get one here.
This is my favorite wreath ever!
I love the rustic elegance of it.
Have you ever made your own pinecone wreath?
It’s a really easy and affordable project, and you can make it as simple or embellished as you like.
So get ready to start crafting!
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