PomPom Pine Cones {DIY Decor}

The following post is from Myra of My Blessed Life:

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The holidays are quickly approaching and many of us are beginning to think about decorating for Christmas.  Creating my own unique home decor is a passion of mine and I especially enjoy integrating crafting time with my son into our daily routine.

We recently made pompom pine cones that turned out just darling and I’m excited to share them with you.  They can be hung in a window with ribbon or fishing line, lined up on a shelf or simply placed in a bowl. Whether you decorate traditionally with reds and greens or blue and silver or the more modern combination of pink and lime, the pine cones can be modified for your personal style. It would also be fun to spray paint the pine cones white before adding the pompoms.

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Christmas PomPom Pine Cones Craft

Supplies Needed:

  • Pine cones {as many as you want!}
  • 1/4″ pompoms {we used red, green and white}
  • Hot glue gun and glue sticks {optional}
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The mini pompoms are so cute! We were initially going to hot glue the pompoms in place. I do recommend using hot glue, but if you are crafting with a young child, it totally works to firmly push the pompoms into the pine cone crevices.  A few pompoms might fall out here or there, but that is definitely better than getting a hot glue burn.

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The simplicity of this stunning craft is just amazing. In under ten minutes and for less than five dollars, we created pompom pine cones to jump start our Christmas decorating.

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You could also use a pompom pine cone as a gift topper tied into a bow. Wouldn’t that be super cute?

Do you use pine cones in your holiday decorating?

Myra has a B.A. in Interior Design and is currently self-employed. When she’s not spending time with her little man, thrifting, creating, shopping or working on a project, Myra enjoys date nights with her husband and blogging at My Blessed Life.
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