Remodelaholic | How to Make a Pinecone Wreath

Come learn how to make a pinecone wreath. It’s perfect for fall and the holidays and you’ll be done in one hour!

We have lots of tutorials for Christmas decorations, such as How to Make a Fresh Evergreen Swag, Easy Christmas Decorations made from Paper , and it doesn’t get much easier than using our delightful Christmas Printables.

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How to Make a Pinecone Wreath

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How to make a Pinecone Wreath: Materials and tools

How to make a pinecone wreath, Step 1: Glue medium pinecones to inner wires

Start with the inner ring. Take cones from the medium size group, add a dab of hot glue on each of the two inner rings, and quickly place the first pine cone onto the hot glue.

Repeat the step until you have glued an entire circle of pine cones like shown below.

How to make a pinecone wreath, Step 2: Glue large pine cones to the outer wires

Using pinecones from the biggest size group, glue a whole circle of pine cones onto the two outer wires of the frame.

The process is the same as in Step 1.

How to make a pinecone wreath, Step 3: Glue small pine cones to the middle

Using pine cones from the smallest size group, glue them to cover all the middle gaps.

These cones are a little trickier to glue than the first two groups, but just find a spot where it rests securely on the cones below. Use a lot of hot glue on the bottom of the small cones to stick them securely.

Vary the direction of the cones a bit to make it look more natural.

Now you have a basic pinecone wreath!

There are many ways to decorate this wreath, such as ribbons, green foliage, colorful berries, small ornaments… Just have fun!

How to make a pinecone wreath, Step 4: Add greenery

I took some evergreen cuttings and sprigs of berries, and tucked them in between the pine cones.

How easy is that?

Of course we can get more festive and add some LED fairy lights!

These lights operate on small battery packs that are easy to hide.

I can also see these wreaths being used as centerpieces on a table. Considering how easy one is to make, why not make a few and use them on the door and on the table?

Ours is hanging on a wall in the hallway and we love it!

We’d love to see your pinecone wreath — drop us a photo here or tag #imaremodelaholic on Instagram — and be sure to check out all our other Creative Christmas series projects, and holiday printables. Be sure to follow along over on Facebook, Instagram , and YouTube with #CreativeChristmas so you won’t miss any of our Christmas tutorials, recipes, and printables!

If you love wreaths made from nature findings, you would enjoy this dollar store hack: how to make wreaths super fast.

If you love festive lighting, try these simple mason jar oil lanterns, or these dreamy paper lanterns!

Wishing you a beautiful holiday season! Happy creating!

About Ananda

Ananda is an artist and garden designer. Her work in landscape architecture and art led to many creative diy ideas and projects that she shares here at Remodelaholics and at her popular blog, A Piece Of Rainbow.


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