Some craft projects that use pine cones are making holiday picture frames, wreaths and place cards. Decorating hurricane glasses with pine cones or making pine-cone turkeys, pine cone centerpieces and garland are some ot... More »

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In the United States, pine cones range from the small, egg-shaped cones found on lodgepole pines that never exceed 2 inches in length to longer wooden cones of the knobcone and western white pines. The scales of some pin... More »

Pine cones drop from pine trees when they reach full maturation, which is when they reach approximately 2 years of age. These 2-year-old cones are female. More »

Some good pine cone decorations for your home include snowy pine cone candle jars, a pine cone topiary and picture frames made of pine cones. Elegant candlesticks embellished with pine cones and a snow globe style orname... More »

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Some crafts that use large pine cones are pine cone wreaths, decorative pine cone trees and pine cone ornaments. To make a pine cone wreath, hot glue pine cones in clusters to a grapevine wreath base so that there is no ... More »

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Make holiday ornaments by spraying the pine cones white or gold and attaching ribbon to the top. Another easy option is to purchase a clear plastic snap sphere from a craft store. Place a pine cone and other natural elem... More »

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You can use broken Christmas tree ornaments for a number of interesting holiday craft projects, from wreaths to centerpieces. Using your accidentally dinged and dented decorations is a great way to recycle unusable decor... More »