How To Make Scented Pinecones

$5
30 Minutes
Easy

Hello my crafty DIY friends!!


Welcome to Day 9!

Welcome back to my 12 Days of DIY Fall Crafts series! I hope you’ve been able to tune in daily at 8pm central to catch each days crafting projects! If you need to catch up, you can click HERE to see the other Fall crafts!


Today, I am using items from my yard…PINECONES! I thought that it would be super fun to make scented pinecones to go inside my house for this big chili cook-off I am hosting! So, in the process of cleaning up our yard (guys, it was still a construction zone from the demo/rebuild of our house…and I have legit put in over 40 hours trying to clean it up) I grabbed a few handfuls of pinecones and repurposed them!


Supplies:
  • Pinecones
  • Essential oils – I used doTerra Harvest Spice and Wild Orange

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If you would rather not watch the video, here are the steps in photos


1. Find and gather pinecones!

2. Place pinecones on a baking sheet. Bake at 200° F for 20 minutes

3. Place cooled pinecones in ziplock bag and dd 20 drops of each essential oil. Let dry before using to decorate.

They smell amazing!!! You have definitely got to try making these on your own! Use whatever essential oils you have!

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  • Sindy Sindy on Oct 27, 2021

    I’m excited about this! Just curious…How long does the scent last/or do they need to be “re-scented”?

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  • Lorraine Lorraine on Oct 27, 2021

    yes

  • Dee Dee 6 days ago

    I have 3 pine trees in my front yard. Therefore I have bags of pine cones. I have spray painted them but never used essential oils on them. I have Lemon grass, Lavender and clove oil. Will try this immediately.

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