Here's a video:
Hope this helps you out
Take a bucket of warm water (warm makes for better adhesion and covering) and spray oil based paint on the surface of it, mixing colors. Latex paint will dissolve into the water, defeating the purpose. Next take your pinecone and tie the part that was attached to a tree to a string. Dip and swirl the pinecone into the paint on the surface until you get the color effect you like. Hang them up and let them drip dry. Fun project.
This may help!
Hope this helps you with hydro dipping pinecones.
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Here is a great post on hydro dipping. I would bake the pinecone first to kill any bacteria.
Hi Amie: This sites tells you how to hydro dip
Here is a tutorial you could try with pinecones https://www.wikihow.com/Hydro-Dip?amp=1
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