Wooden Glittered Pinecones

6:00:00 AM


I'm always pulling over and picking up 
furniture off the side of the road.

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This time however, it wasn't to re-do the chairs.

It was for these awesome finials on top of the chairs.

Can you see what I saw? 

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Yep...

Pinecones!

Snowy, glittery pinecones.

I started out by cutting the finials off the chairs then attached a screw eye to the top of each one.

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I gave the finials a coat of oil rubbed bronze paint.

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I could have left them like this, they were so cute!

But when the finials were dry I gave them a squirt of spray snow. 

When the snow dried I dabbed on Modge Podge then
added clear glitter.

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These little lovelies are going to look great on 
my Christmas tree.

And...
See what happened to the rest of the chair! {HERE}





                                    

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8 comments

  1. Your pinecones are so pretty, those chair toppers were perfect for them!

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  2. I saw your Facebook post and could not for the life of me figured out what you used. Now I know your secret. =) So sweet!

    Jeanine

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  3. The PERFECT repurpose if I ever saw one! Adorable!

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  4. These are adorable! On another topic - what did you spray on that cute red truck with the Christmas tree in the back to make it look like snow? Love that.

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  5. That's just so clever. Love what you did Susan

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