Glitter Pine Cone Place Cards


Tis the Season! Follow this Glitter Pine Cone Place Card Tutorial for a beautiful holiday place setting. If you like to entertain, this simple added touch to your table will leave a lasting impression.
It's in the details
What you need: Martha Stewart glitter, pinecones
Glue and a brush
Gently apply the glittering glue to the ends of each pine cone. Then sprinkle glitter!
Fit the place card on top of the pine cone, voila! Happy #Thanksgiving

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Have a question about this project?

3 questions
  • Stacy
    on Nov 15, 2016

    Doesn't the glitter come off on the dinner plate

  • Lho20882304
    on Aug 29, 2018

    What makes it stand up? Did you cut a slice in the top to hold the place card?

  • Sherry
    on Aug 29, 2018

    why not jut put a pretty cocktail napkin under the pine cone to catch any falling glitter, etc,?

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  • ElnyrPolchow
    on Oct 31, 2014

    Why isn't the pine cone a "health hazard" ON the table....bacteria? Critters? It IS a beautiful creation of nature but it IS an outdoor product! Thoughts?

  • Jackie Johnson
    on Apr 19, 2015

    I confess when I saw it on the plate I had a little cringe but it wasn't actually the pinecone that did it, it was the glitter all over the plate. Now that I've thought about it, you can bake all the critters out of the pinecone, but the critter "junk" is there for eternity. UNLESS you bleach them first and then prime with KILZ before you paint. Or use them as a centerpiece under a glass globe on top of a mirror? Just thoughts...

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