Torie Jayne
| November 2, 2012

I love crafting with pinecones because there are so many things to do with them. From placeholders to wreaths to bird feeders, the list of possibilities goes on and on. 

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They work alone or in bunches and best of all, they can be found right in your backyard.

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Here are some of my favorite pinecone craft tutorials:
Pinecone Wreath

Plenty of pinecones in your yard? Fashion them into a wreath!  Visit to learn how.
Pinecone Trees

Just in time for the holidays! Turn plain old pinecones into miniature decorative Christmas trees with this tutorial from the Wool Acorn blog.
Pinecone Place Cards

We love these glittered pinecones by Bride magazine's Polly Atkins. Use them as place card holders, ornaments, easy decorating or just about anything you can think of. Follow the link for the full tutorial.

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Pretty Painted Pinecones

Torie Jayne's gorgeous painted pinecones could make for a lovely holiday centerpiece.
Scented Pinecones

Not only can you make pinecones look pretty, you can make them smell pretty, too. We love Erin's tutorial for making your own scented pinecone centerpiece.
Pinecone Bird Feeder

Heidi Kundin shows us how to create clever bird feeders from pinecones. It's a fun project for kids and also makes a great gift.