Hey all! I have a couple of fun crafts to share this week that are perfect for Christmas, but are neutral and wintry enough to decorate with long after the holiday has ended.
Here are the supplies you'll need: pinecones, small art brush, white craft paint, glue and glitter. Also, a disposable plate to catch any excess glitter.
This is so simple! First, start out by painting the tips of the pinecone with craft paint in the color of your choosing. (I used white to give the feel of fallen snow.)
When the paint dries, brush on some white glue and sprinkle liberally with glitter.
You can display your pine cones in a bowl or vase or string them with embroidery floss and make a garland, which is what I did in my dining room.
I just casually draped the garland on our antique chalkboard. Do you like my Charlie Brown tree drawing?
You know what? In my opinion, you can never use too much glitter! Love it!
And, be sure to stop back tomorrow morning for the start of our awesome Christmas home tour!
Seriously. I will be joining all these awesome bloggers!!!
Lindsay - The White Buffalo Styling Co.
Jenna - Rain on a Tin Roof
Jenna - SAS Interiors
Chris - Just a Girl
Kelly - Eclectically Vintage
Michelle - Iron and Twine
Amanda - Our Humble Abode
Julia - Cuckoo 4 Design
Bethany - Dwellings by Devore
Cassie - Primitive & Proper
Jennifer - Dimples & Tangles
Shauna - Perfectly Imperfect
Traci - Beneath My Heart
Jen - The Chronicles of Home
Kristin - Hunted Interior
Eileen - A Creative Day
Gabbi - Retro Ranch Reno
Shannon - Shannon Berry Design
Lakeitha - Lakeitha Duncan
Kristen - KFD Designs
Jessica - Dear Emmeline
Sarah - Royal Marigold
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