Natural Handmade Christmas DesignPine cone Christmas Decorations
The humble pine cone is among your buddies when it concerns homemade natural
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● Gather a huge basketful of pine cones, and display the basket of natural brown
pine cones in your entryway, together with a joyful red ribbon. ● You could in addition show pine cones in a tall glass vase with a couple of glossy Christmas accessories included for great procedure, for a joyful and lively table focal point.
● Buy a can of metal gold spray paint at your regional hardware store. Using a mask and a drop-cloth to secure yourself and your home, spray paint a dozen approximately pine cones. Connect loops of ribbon to these golden pine cones and use them as homemade Christmas tree accessories, as part of a vacation wreath, or display them as they are. You can do the same thing with other natural materials such as acorns or dried leaves. Simply spray paint them gold, bunch them together, and hang them with a pretty ribbon. A huge vase of golden leaves may be just the important things for your holiday table.
Homemade Christmas Wreaths
Why pay 10s of dollars for an ornamental Christmas wreath when you can so easily make one yourself? Using a hot glue gun, decorate the wreath with golden pine cones, acorns, your preferred Christmas baubles, and more.
If your branches are too brief to form a wreath by themselves, buy a foam circle from a craft shop, into which you can stick much shorter evergreen branches up until they cover the circle completely.
Homemade Christmas Tree Ornaments
All sorts of natural products can be made into Christmas tree ornaments. Although these natural accessories may not be as glitzy as those you purchase at the shop, they evoke an earlier, more traditional time.
● Bunches of cinnamon sticks can be connected with brilliant ribbon and hung on the holiday tree. They are not just gorgeous, but will perfume the whole house with their holiday scent.
● Buy a large container of whole cloves, and stick them all over an orange or apple. Loop a colorful ribbon around the clove apple or orange, and hang it on the tree.
Maintain Colorful Leaves as Decorations
Yes, you can use dried leaves, however they tend not to be as lively in color as freshly picked autumn leaves. You can protect the reds and golds of fall leaves by dipping them in wax, enabling them to remain colorful for weeks. Use these waxed leaves in garlands and wreaths.