DIY Pinecone Wreath
DIY Pinecone Wreath…a beautiful and unique holiday decoration!
I love decorating. Once the leaves start changing, I get busy filling my home with fun holiday decorations! Being able to create my own homemade decor is one of my favorite parts of the holidays. From DIY signs to festive arrangements, I keep myself pretty busy. When my home is decorated to celebrate the holidays, I just feel happier!
Homemade wreaths are great decorations for the front door. Not only are they fun to make, but they get everyone on the street in the holiday spirit. Below I have included instructions on how to make a beautiful DIY Pinecone Wreath. This wreath is inexpensive, easy to put together, and perfect for the holidays!
- wire hanger
- floral wire
Step one: Bend the bottom of your hanger into a circle shape. This will now be your wreath form. You can use a pair of pliers to help you curve the wire.
Step two: Cut a piece of floral wire about 8″ long. Wrap the wire around a pinecone, tucking it inside the cavities. Twist both ends of the wire together, securing it tightly around the pinecone.
Step three: Hold the pinecone against the hanger and wrap the remaining wire around the hanger, securing the pinecone onto the wreath.
Step four: Continue adding pinecones until the entire wreath is full. Keep the pinecones close together so you won’t see the hanger in the back.
You’re all finished! Use the top of the hanger as a hook or, if you’d like, you can remove it with wire cutters. Enjoy your beautiful wreath!
This post was originally contributed by Liz Fourez from Love Grows Wild
LOVE this wreath! It is so beautiful!
All great and exciting, we love your diy, thank you so much!
This wreath is so cute, I can see it up all through Winter. I just adore these pictures. I think you could add a little pink and use it for Valentines as well.
I’d love to add a photo of this beautiful wreath along with a link back to your post, to my round up post for winter deco. Please let me know what you think!
Yes! Please feel free to, Katrin! 🙂
I use to make pine cone wreaths. I put them on a wire frame. I found if you soaked them in cold water, and wired them to the frame wet, they would crowd together as they dried. That made the wreath thicker. Just for you.
Beautiful Simplicity I absolutely love it.Im making the kids get pine cones tomorrow