Pinterest Christmas: Glittered Pinecones

3 Dec

This week, I am going easy on you. This craft is so simple, easy, but yet I love how the finished product looks! Here is the inspiration:

I figured this could be a great craft my almost 3 year old could help with.

First, the supplies! Pinecones, spray glue, glitter and paper bags!

Spray your pinecone all over with spray glue (side note…. if you could pick up a cheap pair of tongs so the glue doesn’t stick to your hand, I would highly recommend it). Throw the pinecone in the paper bag and sprinkle your glitter of choice on it. Try to get it somewhat even. Then, close the bag and shake, shake, shake!

Isn’t she the cutest little helper?

That is it folks.

I picked up this apothecary jar at Home Goods for $12. Seriously, that place is my jam.

Christmas Pinecones by This Grey House

After putting my pinecones in the jar, I was bored with it. I grabbed some old small ornaments I had from Target a few years back, my twine and a snowflake and spruced it up. Much better!

Christmas Pinecones by This Grey House

Glittered Christmas Pinecones by This Grey House

Make sure you head over to the other hostess’ pages this week and see what they crafted up! Also, comment below and show me what you are working on this year or use the hashtag #pinterestchristmas2014 on Instagram!

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One Response to “Pinterest Christmas: Glittered Pinecones”

  1. Jessica December 3, 2014 at 1:13 pm #

    So cute! I’ve gone crazy with glitter making ornaments!!

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