Mini Pinecone Garland

6:00:00 AM

The children in my class collected a whole bucket of mini pinecones on the playground for me.... 

They know what I like!

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I used a needle and waxed string to string a 

Red glass beads or cranberries would be pretty too!

The garland is about 4 feet long and perfect for decorating a wreath or giving a small space a little holiday bling.

An easy project to do while you're 
watching Christmas specials with the kids.

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  1. Your garland looks great, I like the green in-between each pine cone too - just beautiful!

  2. Susan that is lovely and even better that it's handmade, I might just have to borrow your idea! Thank you for sharing.

  3. I love it! The green with the brown of the pinecones is just perfect. And I love that your students collected them for you. =)


  4. Lovely, it's just so fun to see simple things look fantastic.

  5. Wow. This is gorgeous! What a great idea!

  6. Do I have this right??? You are teaching your class how to be DIY'ers?


  7. Well, isn't that the cutest garland!


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