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DIY Pine Cone Wreath

Strike a rustic note with a wreath of fallen pine cones presented as a one-of-a-kind snowflake.

  1. Do an online search for images of snowflakes. Sheknows.com has free printable snowflake templates under the Parenting Section in the activities, for example.
  2. Print out the template. (We blew our template up on our photocopier to make it a larger size.)
  3. Cut your paper template out.
  4. Tape the template onto a piece of regular cardboard from a box.
  5. Trace your template onto the cardboard using a sharpie and cut out using regular scissors.
  6. Glue pine cones onto the cardboard cutout using a glue gun, starting from the arms of the snowflake moving towards the center.
  7. Once you get to the center, fill in in a circular formation.
  8. To finish, brush craft glue on any open space and sprinkle some glitter for sparkle.

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