Pine Cone Wreath
Whenever I walk into a grocery store in the fall or winter season there is always a wonderful pumpkin spice, cinnamon smell! It is so wonderful, they always set up the scented pine cones at the entrance and there marketing technique worked on me I bought 2 bags! I used some in my Thanksgiving Day centerpiece and the rest I decided to try my hand at making a pine cone wreath! I figured I could hang it on the door so maybe my house will smell welcoming when you approach. This was a fun little project, but did not go quite as I planned. Originally I wanted to make a very full wreath and planned to hot glue the pine corns to a foam wreath form I had handy. However it did not look quite right to busy and it was a nightmare hot gluing on foam (at least for me). So I decided to go with a simpler cleaner look and ended up gluing the pine corns to each other and then to a cardboard circle foam I made. I think it turned out cute. Hope you like it and yours turns out GREAT!
►Bag of Pine Cones (scented ones preferred)
►Cardboard Circle Cut Out (size you want the wreath)
►Hot Glue Gun
TIP: Be very generous with the glue