How To Make DIY Snow Covered Pinecones

I’m back for our 10 minute decorating series and sharing how to make DIY snow covered pinecones!  This was most likely one of the easiest projects I have ever done and it took me just a few minutes.


Snow SprayPine Cones  (If you can’t find them out in nature you can buy them online)

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You ready for the difficult instructions?  Spray the snow on the pinecones or greenery and let dry.  That’s it, so simple to make!

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I scattered the branches and pinecones on a tablescape and I also added them to the garland on the stairs.  You could also just add the pinecones to a glass bowl for a beautiful display!




Such a simple way to add some sparkle and shine!such-a-simple-trick-to-make-snow-covered-greenery-and-pinecones

Make sure to check out all the links below from my talented friends for more easy Christmas decorating tips.

10 minute decorating ideas for fall

Love of Home

Clean & Scentsible

Refresh Restyle


Making it in the Mountains


My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia


Setting For Four


Stone Gable


My Soulful Home

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