Make flocked pine cones with this easy tutorial using just Epsom salt and mod podge. This would be an easy craft to do as a group as well.
I have so many Christmas DIYs so you may want to peruse. This DIY Christmas advent is fun if you’ve got a Cricut you want to utilize.
Did you find some ugly small pine cones you don’t want to have flocked? Try tie dyeing with them. No really!
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 fallen snow look!
What I used for my Diy flocked Pine cones
- Epsom salt
All you do is paint the mod podge 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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DIY Flocked Pine Cones
- Epsom salt
- Paper plate
- Spread Epsom salt evenly on a plate or piece of parchment paper.
- Paint mod podge on the tips of the pine cone
- Roll the pine cone in Epsom salt
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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.
I know right!! It is super easy and most people have everything they need right near by. So glad you loved it! <3
Grace In My Space Sarah says
I love these. Such a pretty touch to add.
Super cute and easy! Love that! I need to invest in some Epson Salt. It does look like snow! Thanks for sharing!
So easy! A nice touch for a Christmas tree.
Louise L Nygaard says
Is this a video? Tried clicking, but didn’t load.
Sorry it’s all fixed now!! <3
These are especially beautiful! I will have to try flocking now, so inspired!
What a cute and simple project! They look great! Putting this on my crafting list!
These flocked pine cones are amazing!! I love that you used epsom salts!
Toni | Small Home Soul says
These are so cute, I was just spying pinecones under my mom’s neighbor’s tree yesterday. I should have picked them up for this cute project.