This pinecone wreath is a perfect Pottery Barn dupe.
Pottery Barn sells a white and wintery-looking pinecone wreath for $150. You can make your own for $30 – less than a third the cost. This handsome pinecone wreath is one you’ll have for years. It is large and full. It is lighted too!
Michelle Bauer shares how to make it.
Find more ideas from Michelle on Instagram, @_thepinklemon.
How to Make a Pinecone Wreath
- Foam wreath form
- Burlap ribbon
- Hot glue
- Hot glue gun
- Battery operated lights (optional)
- burlap string
- Spray flocking
- Ribbon for hanging
- Wrap foam wreath with burlap ribbon. Adhere the ends of the ribbon with hot glue.
- Wrap ribbon covered wreath with the battery-operated lights. Adhere the ends of the lights with burlap string/twine.
TIP- be sure to start wrapping lights so the battery pack is flat against the wreath. Otherwise, it will get in the way of the pinecones.
- Begin to hot glue the pinecones around the outside and inside of the wreath. Once these are dry, begin stacking and hot gluing additional pinecones to the wreath.
- Apply spray flocking to wreath.
TIP- apply flocking in really thin coats and allow to dry for 24 hours between coats.
- Attach ribbon and hang.
Michelle Bauer – The Pink Lemon
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