Christmas Star Decorations Using Pine Cones

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I crafted a couple of adorable Christmas Star decorations using pine cones. I’ll show you just how easy this pine cone craft comes together by a simple hot glue gun.
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I used longleaf pine cones. They make beautiful crafts due to how odd and long they are. The average length of these, are 7 inches, but can grow much longer.
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Put five of equal size together. Then add your hot glue to a couple of stems at a time, arranging them in a star pattern.
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You can attach a poinsettia as I have, or add a small painted pine cone in its place.
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They make a big statement for something so insignificant. You can see more pine cone crafts on my blog; ViralUpcycle.com
Heather Christian Iglesias

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  • Lorettaheim
    on Dec 4, 2015

    Are these pine cones only native to s specific state? Where are they available Add to this post...

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  • Tillie Liukkonen
    on Dec 10, 2015

    We just got back yesterday from Williamsburg, VA and the Grande Illumination! Wish I had spent more time looking down on the ground for these long pine cones! Love the simplicity of these. PS- Love the "new" Williamsburg Pottery Factory!

  • Hi Elinore, Isn't Williamsburg the best!?! Grand Illumination is fun, especially when people break out into carrolling. However, the End of the world protests always throws me off a bit! ;-). The new pottery is nice too, but no more steal deals unfortunately. Enjoy the Christmas season!

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