Snow Frost Pinecones {christmas}

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Festive holiday Snow Frosted Pinecones will make your house smell and look like Fall.

Snow Frosted Pinecones

I am a thrift store queen and found a bag of pine cones for $1.00 last week.  I sprayed them with pine scent and they made my house smell so good.

Snow Frosted Pine Cones

I wish we got more snow here in Texas, because it’s so pretty.  So I made these look like snowcones. ha!  And painted the tips white using Wilton candy then applied some glitter.

What you will need:
Wilton candy
Clear glitter glue
flower pot(s)

Directions: Paint your flower pots. Paint the pinecone tips using a paint brush.

Melt about 1/2 cup of Wilton white candy chips in the microwave.  Quickly using a paint brush, brush the melted candy onto the ends to create a snow look. Dab some clear glitter glue on the hardened candy for a  “frost” affect. Add ribbon.


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  4. Very beautiful project. Happy New Year!
  5. These came out great! I love pinecones! Thank you for linking up with Thursday Obessions!!
  6. I've seen painted pine cones and frosted ones, but both is perfection!! It's beautiful, I love it! Thanks for sharing at Wow Us Wednesdays!
    ~April @DimplesandDelights
  7. I tie them and add greenery for a garland. It can be used inside or out--There are many pine trees around me, so I can clean up the yard too.
  8. I love how these pine cones turned out! Found you on the Farmhouse Porch!

  9. Very creative idea - simple yet pretty for the holidays! Thanks for stopping by my blog and I'm now following you too through Facebook.

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