Summer is coming to a close and with that comes the dreaded ‘f’ word.
Thanksgiving. Pumpkins. Pinecones. Pie and chunky sweaters - it is the season we love to love, but hate to see arrive.
I always try to do a simple craft each year to welcome fall and this year, I whipped one up that you can definitely do with the kids at home on a cozy afternoon.
Here’s a quick tutorial for how to make a fall themed pinecone wreath with a twist! The twist? It's not really a wreath at all ;)
Beef it up for an outdoor door hanging, or keep it simple like I have for an indoor flourish on a china cabinet or dining room wall.
Here's what you need:
First things first, paint your letter to your taste. Mine was from a bargain bin and was hot pink, so I just covered that up with a blue I like better.
Then measure out your ribbons to about 6-8" each (vary the lengths) and glue them onto your pinecones at one end.
Measure (or in my case eyeball it!) and then glue the opposite ends to the back of your letter.
That's it peeps! You could easily keep this up through the holidays and just add in more ribbons with jingle bells on them!