Frosted Pinecones #Holidayhome


Pinecones are one of the easiest things to use for the Holiday season and if you are lucky enough to be able to collect them…they are free! I added small pinecones to a tray on my coffee table but first I added sparkle to them with some white paint and Epsom salt.
1.Brush pinecones with white paint and let dry. 2.Brush tips with white glue and dip in Epsom salt

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  • Camille
    on Dec 30, 2016

    thank you this is beautiful. Please tell me why the cones are dipped in epson salt.(reply to camille07@comcast.net.

  • Pamela Martin
    on Aug 13, 2019

    I did a similar project years ago with my kids. We made pinecone ornaments. I use Emers glue and find white glitter. Also if you put the glue on a little thicker it looked exactly like clumps of snow.

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