These DIY Pine Cone Ornaments are simple and very budget friendly. This ornament #4 from My Christmas Decorating on a Budget Series.
I like to change my Christmas decor around and I find myself getting tired of colors and like to switch things around. I do have a few sentimental items that are staples in my Christmas decorating, but for the most part, I don’t hold onto items over long periods of time. This can get costly to change-up colors every year, so I decided to share some ideas of decorating on a budget by repurposing what you have or making your own holiday decor. This post contains some affiliate links. Click here for my full disclosure policy.
I think I have a small pine cone obsession. I have bags and baskets full of pine cones. I love to use them in my everyday decorating and especially my Fall and Winter decorating. I love having natural elements in my decor and this is the cheapest one yet. I go out a collect them off the ground. Every time I see a good one lying on the ground, I pick it up and bring it home.
Step 1: Hot glue the pine cones to a round piece of cardboard.
Step 3: Hot glue on a small pine cone in the center of the star pine cones. If you don’t have a small one, you can cut off the top of a large one and use just the tip.
Step 4: Add ribbon. I bring you another simple and budget friendly Christmas Ornament.
I also made these single pine cone ornaments.
The cost of these pine cone ornaments is $0. I had all of the supplies on hand and, of course, I found the pine cone on the ground. I found these glitter pine cones from World Market for $13.98. So the cost of these would be 1.16 each and my DIY pine cones are $0. Mine are much prettier!
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