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Painted Pine Cones

By: Zina Z from efzincreations.com
Painted Pine Cones
Painted Pine Cones

"I am in love with nature and every time I have the chance to collect a small "souvenir" from our walks on the forests, I do it... so my home is full of pine cones and small woods. The perfect woodland decor, especially around my fireplace. Everything in brown and green and beige...but this period I desperatelly need color! And I did it... Painted Pine Cones for grey days!I love this kind of super easy diy and actually this one we did it with the kids. Pink , yellow and orange on the table, foam pouncer and the game starts!"

Materials List

  • Pine Cones
  • Acrylic paint
  • foam pouncer
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I love pine cones! Ever since I made a Christmas candle holder in the first grade using pine cones, I want to use them in some project! They are fun to collect - especially with kids! Painting them is such fun and you can use them on so many projects, like gluing them on a picture frame, or on the outside of a decorative bowl! Add some glitter to the edges dipped in glue for some sparkle and more fun! And even more fun painting these in unexpected colors! Thanks for sharing!

I love this idea for painting pine cones! It's so simple, but the effect is really fun and whimsical

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