Gorgeous 10 Minute Pine Cone Holiday Centerpiece
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Decorate for Christmas with this quick and easy homemade decor. In just 10 minutes, you can make a gorgeous pine cone holiday centerpiece.
The holiday season is here, and it is time to start pulling out your decorations. Choose the ones you want to display again this year and pick a few new ideas to make for Christmas like this beautiful pine cone holiday centerpiece.
Why, hello again. I am Rachel from 2 Legit Media and HyperHypoMama. Are you are as excited for this gorgeous pine cone centerpiece as I am? I love decorating for the holidays, especially with quick and easy homemade décor.
Every year I admire the beautiful winter pine cone centerpieces, and then cringe when I see the price tag. Well, not this year. This year I decided to make my own. This centerpiece has an added bonus because it also makes your house smell fantastic!
How to make a pine cone holiday centerpiece
Follow my step-by-step directions and you’ll have your own pine cone holiday centerpiece in no time at all.
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- Pines Cones
- Silver Spray Paint
- Foam Berries
- School Glue
- Epsom Salt
- Large Cylinder Vase
- Flat Wooden Salad Bowl (optional)
Here’s how to make your own pine cone centerpiece. It’s so easy.
1. Spread Pine cones out
Spread pine cones out on a surface you can toss. I used a large box to prevent the spray paint from spreading.
2. Spray the pine cones
Spray one side, and then rotate the pine cones. Keep painting the pine cones until they are completely covered. Let dry, about 5 minutes. I used a darker silver, but a bright silver would look great as well.
3. Paint berries with a glue mixture
Mix 1 part school glue, with one part water. Use a paintbrush to paint berries with glue mixture. While wet, gently press berries in Epsom salt. I used a plastic bag to hold the Epsom salt because I found it easier to get in space between berries. Let dry, about 10 minutes.
4. Pour Epsom salt around the vase
Place the cylinder vase in the center of the salad bowl. Pour Epsom salt around the vase to prevent it from sliding.
5. Arrange pine cones and berries in the vase
Arrange pine cones and berries in the vase.
Stand back and admire how pretty it looks, especially when the light hits it.
Just look at how pretty those pine cones are. With care, they can be stored after the holidays to be used year after year. They won’t smell the same, but they will still look pretty.
How to personalize it for a diy gift
This centerpiece is so beautiful you could donate it to a fundraising auction or even give it as a DIY gift.
If you want to personalize it, here are some easy ideas:
- Hand-paint the glass vase
- Use a Cricut machine to attach a vinyl monogram
- Wrap a ribbon around the vase with a hand-lettered tag
While you’re here be sure to check out a few other Christmas ideas on Ideas for the Home by Kenarry® –
- Festive Frosted Candles
- How to Make Easy Christmas Napkin Rings with Leather
- Most Wonderful Time of the Year: Christmas Printables
Updated November 2019.
Me too, Laura! Didn’t Rachel do a fantastic job with this? She makes it look SO easy!