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Pine Cone Roses

By: Rhonda Greene from
Pine Cone Roses
Pine Cone Roses
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Finally, here are some roses for your home that will never die. Try making these intriguing Pine Cone Roses to keep your home colorful all year long. You can paint the cones different rose colors, then add "stems" and "leaves" and place them in a vase. Voila! You have a gorgeous bouquet that will last for years.
Your kids will love helping you make these pine cone crafts. They can even make some to give to their teachers at the beginning of the school year or for Teacher Appreciation Day. Everyone who sees these unique DIY roses will love the idea!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteWeekend project

MaterialsNature Material, Paint, Paper

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft



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These are absolutely beautiful. I live in an area known as Bentley Pines. Does that tell you something? I have hundreds of different sized pine cones in my yard. I can't wait to make these. I think I can make some that look like hyacinth too.thanks for sharing and inspiring me.

I love crafts using pine cones. It makes such a neat centerpiece when you use something from nature to create a new design. I love that you livened it up with a variety of different paint colors for the pine cones. Great idea for something inexpensive and easy to make.

great idea. I have small pine cones from our trees that I have always thought looked like roses. Now I can put them in a vase!Thank-you!


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