This is the perfect time of year to head out on a family walk and gather up some pine cones. They look so pretty displayed in bowls and baskets, or you can use them to make these Pine Cone Craft Projects.
Pine cones are also cheap and plentiful at your local dollar store or craft store. You can buy big bags of them and craft away with your family. We’ve rounded up some really fun craft projects for you that you are going to love. Nature craft projects are a beautiful addition to pretty much any decor!
Pine Cone Craft Projects
PINE CONE SCARECROW From Manda Panda Projects
How cute is this idea? You can make pine cones into so many different adorable things!
PAINTED PINE CONE FLOWERS From Emma Owl
This would be a fantastic centerpiece for your fall table. Add some leaves or dried flowers to it if you want to round it out a bit
DIY SNOW COVERED PINECONES From Ella Claire & Co.
Turn your pine cones into a winter accent with this snow-covered technique
DIY PINECONE WREATH From A Little Craft In Your Day
Create this fun pinecone swag to hang on your front door this fall and winter season.
AUTUMN LEAF AND PINE CONE ANGEL From Creative Cynchronicity
The kids will really love this one! Grab some supplies from the dollar store and let them decide just how to make their very own angels.
OMBRE PINE CONE From Whimzeecal
Ombre colored pine cones make for a fun, but unusual accent piece.
PINE CONE FIREFLIES From Fireflies and Mud Pies
We can’t get over the cuteness of these little fireflies!
DIY CANDY CORN PINE CONES From Who Needs A Cape
Even if you don’t like to eat candy corn, you have to admit that the colors are cheery. These will add a great fall/Halloween touch to your decorating.
PINE CONE SNOWY OWLS From Frugal Fun For Boys
Turn some pinecones into these adorable snowy owls in a craft project the kids are going to love.
PINE CONE CHRISTMAS TREE From Kara Layne
These cute little Christmas trees would be adorable on a mantel or down the middle of your holiday table.
PINE CONE BIRD FEEDER From Freebie Finding Mom
A classic! Let the kids make these bird feeders and help the birds get ready for fall and winter!
PINE CONE ANGELS From Art Of Crafts
Another adorable take on the pine cone angel, we think she’s positively precious.
PINE CONE ROSES From Sustain My Craft Habit
Here’s another take on the pine cone flowers idea, but this one makes them look like a bouquet of long-stemmed roses.
PINE CONE SUCCULENTS From Running With Sisters
Succulents are hotter than ever! Make your own faux succulents using pine cones.
PINE CONE FIRE STARTERS From My Heavenly Recipes
These fire starters are not only pretty – they’re practical too! They make great gifts.
PINE CONE REINDEER ORNAMENT From Feels Like Home Blog
SO cute! The kids will love filling your Christmas tree with these reindeer and making some to give away as gifts. Perfect for grandparents and teachers!
DIY SCENTED PINE CONES From Mom Spark
Fill a bowl or basket with these pine cones for a lovely natural decor touch – the scent helps them serve as an air freshener too!
PINE CONE AND POM POM GARLAND From Treasures And Travel Blog
Swag this along your mantel, shelves, or around the room. It’s a beautiful touch for fall and can stay up right through winter too!
PINE CONE ELVES From One Little Project
Seriously!!! How sweet are these? We want to create a parade of pine cone elves to march across our mantel.
CUTE PINECONE HEDGEHOG From Kids Craft Room
Another super cute animal made from a pinecone. We think it would be fun to show the kids how to make one animal and then put out supplies and ask them to see how many other animals they can create!
These pine cone craft projects are so much fun. Gather your supplies and let’s get crafting!