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Tutorial Week: Framed Pine Cones

Tutorial Week: One of my fabulous readers, Jodi, sent me a link to a project inspired by Country Living’s Pine Cone Door Hanging. And needless to say, I fell in love with the concept. So here’s my twist on a CL classic. {This was a last minute addition to Tutorial Week.}

Ok, back to tutorial mode. Where was I? Oh, this would be a great project for the kiddos to help out with: they could round up the pine cones and help hot glue (with assistance!) the ribbon on. This should take you all of 5 minutes to do or so.

Supplies needed:

  •  7 Pine Cones, cleaned off (you can do more if you want)
  • Ribbon, cut into seven 18″ strips and one 6″ strip (I used 5/8″ ribbon)
  • Frame (mine is an 11″x14″)
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun
 Take each pine cone and put a dot of glue on the top.
 And press ribbon in place. Leave about 3″ over hang. You can trim it later if you don’t like the look or want a shorter over hang.
Then arrange and stagger your pine cones so that they hang at different lengths. Determine how far you want them to hang down (measuring with your frame) and pinch the ribbon at your chosen length.
 Now take your 6″ strip of ribbon and wrap it around the ribbon and tie a knot.Then trim your ribbon as necessary. 
To hang your pine cones, hammer a pin or tiny nail through the ribbon and into the wall right below the knot. Be sure to catch all the ribbon strands with the pin/nail.You’ll probably want to arrange your pine cones a little. Mine got jumbled in the hanging process. After you have your pine cones situated, hang your frame. I found it was easier that way, than trying to redo the pine cones if I hung the frame wrong.
I just love this simple wall hanging! So simple, so gorgeous!
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About Linda@CraftaholicsAnonymous

Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When not crafting, I can be found chasing my 2 small {but very energetic!} boys or playing with my new baby girl. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥

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  1. 1
    Christine says:

    super cute! I love it

  2. 2
    Embellished Bayou says:

    Beautiful project, thanks for linking up!

  3. 3
    Valerie says:

    This is so cute! I filed this away at thecraftersfilebox.com.

    Thanks so much for sharing! Can't wait to see what you do next! :)

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    Jane says:

    This is a great project! I just bought a huge bag of pinecones for 25 cents at the thrift store and I have tons of frames so I'm going to make this. Thanks for the inspiration.

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    Red Writing says:

    Cute cute Cute!! Gonna do it!


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    Sherri @ Design2Shine says:

    I LOVE this idea! It has the 3 elements for me; quick, easy, and inexpensive! Looks gorgeous too. I've used tons of pine cones this year (made my own tree from them, knock of of one I saw in Target – posted on my blog). I think I may have to find an empty frame today!

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    Amanda says:

    How creative, I love it!!

  8. 8
    Nadir @ Hodgepodge says:

    Beautiful & chic! Love it!

  9. 9
    Jessabells says:

    What a great project!! Cheap and fairly easy!!

  10. 10
    Lou Cinda says:

    I LOVE this!! And you could "glitter" it or put faux snow on it!!

    I'm a glitter freak!!

    Lou Cinda :)

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    michelle@somedaycrafts says:

    That is gorgeous! How do you do it all? All the time? I am featuring this one too! (at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com) People will love this one!

  12. 12
    Gina says:

    That's beautiful! We'll be trying this for sure.

  13. 13
    thegatheringplacedesign says:

    Wow…What a great idea! I love it!

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    steffany says:

    Fun idea, I am excited to try it.

  15. 15
    Kim says:

    This looks really rich. Wonderful idea.

  16. 16
    Michelle says:

    I love it too! I am totally doing this! My neighbor has a ton of pinecones on their lawn so I just have to go swipe some!

  17. 17
    Rita Kent at TesoroFino.Com says:

    I am so loving this one that I am going to click "follow" so that I can come by more often. Please visit, see my craft and don't forget to click "follow" & "subscribe" so that we can share our creativity often.

  18. 18
    Suzanne says:

    Really cute, fresh idea!

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    abnsigoslady says:

    This is my favorite project yet….love it. Laura @ the mansion

  20. 20
    Tiffany says:

    What a fun little project! I love it! Thanks for sharing! I'm so glad I found your project so that I could be a part of tutorial week. I love those 2-minute fabric flowers! Adorable. Thanks!

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  21. 21
    rebecca says:

    Linda I love this!! Thanks for linking !!! See ya next Wednesday!

    Becca @ Blue Cricket Design

  22. 22
    Its So Very Cheri says:

    I love this Thanks for posting to the party.

    Happy Thanksgiving,

  23. 23
    Mandy says:

    I love it!
    Creative wall art for the holiday is totally my thing – TFS!

  24. 24
    sweetpicklesandchocolate says:

    That is just too cute!
    Happy Thanksgiving!

  25. 25
    Katie says:

    I love your use of natural materials and how simple but elegant it turned out.

  26. 26
    Michelle@Sweet Something says:

    That turned out great!

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    SheilaC says:

    Thank you for sharing your project, it came out great!


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    The Painted Home says:

    oh good grief! how simple is that…I LOVE it!!!

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    Barbara Jean says:

    Love it!! Thanks for sharing
    barbara jean

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    Its So Very Cheri says:

    You've been featured.


  31. 31
    Funky Junk Interiors says:

    A total winner! It's sweet, price efficient, unique and easy! Love it.

    Thanks for linking up!

    FJ Donna

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    Anonymous says:

    No matter what others say, I think it is still interesting and useful maybe necessary to improve some minor things


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