Are you looking for a centerpiece idea for your holiday table or just a little something to hang on an inside window? I have a great ideas to share with you today that will take care of both of those problems for you!
I looked all around my house for something that would work for a mini wreath. These three mason jar rings were perfect!
I started this project by giving the rings a light coat of brown spray paint to give them a woodsy look. In hindsight I think the silver would have actually looked just fine. I guess it depends on the look you are going for.
I then started hot gluing the smallest pinecones from my collection onto the ring.
This is what they will look like once all the pinecones are added.
I then decided that I wanted to add a snowy look to the wreaths. I sprayed them with this Santa Snow that I found at my local box store.
This is what they looked like after one coat. Spray very lightly or it will just look like a white glob. I also snipped off some fake red berries and hot glued them on as well.
And that is it! I wrapped some ric-rac around the wreaths and nailed the trim to the window. Now, as I said, the plan was to hang them on my kitchen window. However, I forgot to purchase something to attach them to the window. So, I decided to showcase them on this repurposed window I have hanging in my eating nook. This picture looked a little boring to me, so I decided to spray some snow all over the back to fancy it up a bit. :)
Here it is. I still think this picture is needing something. You could hand a bigger pinecone from the other window panes???? That would look cute. You get the idea.
I also thought these little guys would make cute little candle holders! I would recommend using taller candles for this to decrease the chance of the pinecones catching on fire. (unless your looking for a little excitement at your Christmas party this year!)
Thanksgiving is this week!! Can you believe it??? I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your loved ones!
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