Christmas Pinecone HoldersPosted on Dec 5, 2018 3:55:54 PM by Donna Budzynski
Get your home ready for the up-coming holiday by creating some decor that matches your style. In our household we use a lot of country chic and these pinecone holders create the perfect accent.
Made by: Donna Budzynski
Time: 45 Minutes
Level: Quick and Easy
- Advanced Strength Double-Sided Sheets
- Permanent Dots™
- 3 candle holders with flat tops
- Twine/jute or ribbon
- Glitter glass or glitter
- Plastic sandwich or quart size bag bit enough for the pinecones
- Sharp scissors
Trace the top of the candle sticks onto one side of the Advanced Strength Double-Sided Sheet.
Cut out the shape, peel off one of the liners and press the exposed adhesive onto the top of the candle sticks. Set aside.
Add Permanent Dots to as many scales (petals) of the pinecone as desired. It doesn’t matter if they are stretched out or folded, they will be fine.
Pour glitter into a plastic bag and dip the dotted pinecones into the bag. Make sure all Permanent Dots get covered in glitter. Shake off excess glitter and remove from the bag.
If the pinecone are not flat on the bottom, remove some of the scales to make it as flat as possible. Take the liner off the Advanced Strength adhesive that you placed on the top of the candle sticks.
Press the pinecone onto the exposed adhesive.
Tie your choice of Jute or ribbon around the candlestick.
Repeat steps for other two bases.
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Hello! I am Donna and I am the lady behind Memes Art Place. My passion is Art! I love every media of art. I never lost my first love, crayons! I have been lucky enough to have been published in a variety of magazines and have even been a featured artist! Stampington and Company has published my art on more than one occasion. I paint, draw, mixed media, sculpt….let’s just say I do a bit of everything! I am currently on 3 design teams and I am in my third term for Glue Dots. I am very lucky to have nature’s beauty surround me every day, as I live in the Rocky Mountains in a small valley. I live between Aspen and Vail. I live here with my husband and my tiny Yorkie Tina. I have two grown daughters and 3 grandchildren.