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It is so easy to make these pinecones beautiful and sparkly! You'll never belive what I used to get these pinecones to looks like they have snow on their tips.

DIY Flocked Pinecones | #CreativeChristmas

I am so excited for Christmas I could explode! At my recent expo there was a nice couple selling huge pinecones and when I bought seven, my husband thought I had lost my mind. But 7 pinecones for $10 is an amazing deal! 

This tutorial is so simple it hurts. I put together a video for you so you can see exactly what steps I used to get this beautiful, fresh snow fallen, look!

It is so easy to make these pinecones beautiful and sparkly! You'll never belive what I used to get these pinecones to looks like they have snow on their tips.

What I used for my Diy flocked Pinecones
  • Pinecones
  • Epsom salt
  • Modpodge
  • Paint brush

All you do is paint the modpodge on the tips of the pine cone, and dip the tips in your epsom salt!

I bought my epsom salt in bulk from Costco while making bath salts and i love the way it looks like snow!

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11 comments

  1. lynn spencer says:

    I am so going to give this a try! I love that I can use the epsom salts that I already have in my home…and I have modge podge!!! And I have pinecones in my yard@! Guess I know what I”m doing today.

    Thanks for the idea.

    Hugs, Lynn

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