Last year I shared some pine cone mason jars that I found on Pinterest with my Facebook page. I made the comment that I couldn’t make them because our pine cones are giant. I can’t even fit ONE of our pine cones into a mason jar. One of my lovely readers commented that her yard was covered with tiny pine cones and she would gladly send me a few. Less than a week later this big box appeared at my door… FILLED with the cutest little pine cones I’ve ever seen!
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Pine Cone Mason Jars
I had a couple of helpers for this project. Isn’t this CRAZY how different these pine cones are?
The simple Pinterest project I had seen was just a mason jar full of tiny pine cones. So I pulled out one of the vintage Crown canning jars that Lauren found in Canada for only 25 cents each! Then Leo filled it up for me. Watch this… I think he has a future making DIY videos!
And here’s the final product.
Here’s the pine cone mason jar in our fall vignette last year. We didn’t turn the gas on in the fireplace so I filled it with tiny led string lights and flameless candles. I also made a few ornaments for my Thanksgiving tree with these tiny pine cones.
Now take a look at all these pine cone craft and decor projects from my talented blogging friends.
Here are even MORE pine cone projects:
- Pine Cone Star
- How to Bleach Pine Cones
- Bleached & Glittered Pine Cone Ornaments
- Pinecone Garland Tutorial
- DIY Scented Pine Cones
- Pine Cone Fire Starters
Thanks for reading! Leave a comment and let me know what YOU do with pine cones.
‘Til the next project,