Floating Mini Pinecone Garland

2 Materials
15 Minutes

Hi there, Hometalk Friends! Early fall is a great time to get a jump start on crafting for the holidays. Today I'll show you how to use mini pinecones from the dollar store to create this simple garland that you can use from Thanksgiving through the winter months…

When I saw these tiny frosted pinecones at Dollar General, I was instantly drawn to them, but instead of creating individual ornaments, I decided to craft a floating garland using fishing line. 

All you need to make your own is clear fishing line and plenty of mini pinecones (I used two cards of pinecones for the garland pictured here.)

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Space, tie, and double knot fishing line.

This project is so easy--it's simply a matter of threading a pinecone onto the fishing line, double knotting it, and adding the next pinecone according to the desired spacing. If you prefer, you can space your pinecones closer together or farther apart. 

This simple floating garland makes the perfect accent for rustic and nearly naked trees. Although my garland is pictured displayed on a tree, you could also hang it on a mantel or tuck it into a natural Thanksgiving centerpiece. Or at this price, do all of the above!

Suggested materials:
  • Mini pinecones   (Dollar General)
  • Clear fishing line   (Amazon)
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