Place dry pine cones on a foil-covered baking sheet in a single layer. Bake in a pre-heated oven at 200 degrees for about minutes. Spray them with a little acrylic sealer to give them a little sheen and to give strength since pine cones are fragile.
A Christmas front porch how elegant and beautiful great design and I love the dog with the hat isn't this what we all want when we greet our guests at our front door! Wonderful Classic Christmas Decorations for your front door and porch!
Use natural scents to fill your home with the warmth of the holidays by making this natural pinecone aromatherapy diffuser.Materials Pinecones Essential oils Whole spices: nutmeg, star niece, cloves, cinnamon.
The lighting is what makes this porch look like the holidays. String lights throughout your porch decor and step back to admire the glow! It’s gorgeous! Pin It Related Reads: Farmhouse Christmas Porch Decor
Cute idea for a faux fireplace: Old crate filled with logs, greens, pinecones, and lights.This would look great on the porch by the front door! Or place it by a painted wall square surrounded by molding for a faux fireplace in any room!