Pinecone Wreath Craft


Pinecone Wreath Craft

Pinecone Wreath Craft
Pinecone Wreath Craft

Pinecone wreaths are some of the best wreaths to make because they are so rustic chic. If you have an evergreen tree in your yard, grab the kids, collect some pinecones, and make the Pinecone Wreath Craft. This is one of those pinecone Christmas crafts that will last for years to come. Start with a more traditional wreath base, add some gorgeous lacy burlap ribbon, and fill the bottom of the wreath with pine cones. One of the best crafty combinations is burlap and pinecones, so get to work on this darling DIY wreath.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsNature Material

Primary TechniqueGreen Crafting


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Pinecones
  • Burlap and lace ribbon
  • Hot glue
  • Flat wreath base


  1. Glue and wrap ribbon around base, covering it entirely.

  2. Cut smaller strip of ribbon for decoration – adhere to the bottom center of the wreath.

  3. Begin gluing on pinecones, starting in the center of the décor ribbon and then work out from there – mimicking a laurel wreath look.

  4. Hang it up and decorate your space!

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I would love to have a wreath on my front door but they are usually time consuming or very expensive to make but not this one. You just wrap a wreath form with burlap ribbon and if you have a pine tree you can collect them for free or find someone or somewhere you can find some on ground. i like this tutorial but wish it gave you ideas of other things to add like some fake floral pumpkins or a ribbon bow but I guess you can make it your own. This with be a great project to do for a girl get together.


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