These are little Christmas trees made of pine cones. I recommend this craft for kids 8 and over. These take about 2 to 2 1/2 hours to make.
These are S-O-O-O cute. Thanks for sharing.
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I wanted to share my little xmas tree with the woman who posted hers
this week. I did the same thing but added a small tin bucket (Ikea
3/$1.50) And covered it in gold foil that I saved from a box of
chocolates. I then just added a little red paper string to the top
and bottom of the bucket to add some color. I think it turned out
nicely. These are so easy to make and I have the chance every morning while walking my dog to collect the pinecones so this is a very inexpensive little gift.
Lisa from Greece
These surprised me, they look really great! and would last for years. nice!
These are so very cute! I like to collect and save pinecones, but I resist because I don't have anything special in mind for them. Now I do! Thanks for sharing your idea.
I saw the picture before reading the instructions and I thought the beads were the trinkley lights and I was wondering how you got them on. Then I read the instructions and saw that they were beads. What a neat project.
Yes they are cute! Thanks! This will be my 1st Christmas as a married woman, and I'm trying to get different ideas,so that this Christmas will be an unforgettable one! Thanks again!
These are so cute! And easy too! I do crafts at a Christmas Party for kids and there are all ages. We can do these easily...I'll paint them ahead of time. Can't wait to get started! Thanks for the great idea!
I can't wait to make these with my son. I think I will use some cinnamon scented pinecones I bought at Joann's. Thanks for the idea!
They are sooo cute. I'm always looking for things to make with my kids. My daughter wants to make them for her teachers and favorite classmates. Thanks for the wonderful idea.
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