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Pine Cone Christmas Trees for Kids

By: Lisa Neri from
Pine Cone Christmas Trees for Kids
Pine Cone Christmas Trees for Kids
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From the blogger: "This holiday craft is fun and easy even for little hands! Kids love painting and decorating these pine cone Christmas trees and seeing them come alive. It’s also a great way for them to have something to give to loved ones without having to spend money. Just stick a pine cone in some plaster of Paris, then once it’s dry, you paint it and sprinkle glitter on it. Once the paint’s dry, the real fun begins as you decorate the Christmas tree with beads, bells, pompoms, ribbons, buttons or fake snow! So much fun!"

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteWeekend project



Materials List

  • Pine cone
  • Bottom of a plastic milk bottle or other plastic container
  • Plaster of paris
  • Green paint
  • Glitter
  • Glue
  • Beads, bells, pompoms, ribbons, buttons, kosher salt, cotton balls, etc to decorate
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These little pine cone trees are adorable. Somehow, I remember doing something similar as a kid, but with glitter and glue. These look much nicer and I can see where it would be a blast to create these and use your imagination to decorate each one! Old buttons and beads would make cute embellishments and mini ornaments on this ornament! Great to hang on the tree, use in a table centerpiece or on the mantle!


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