Hi friends! If there was ever a season to try a few DIY crafts, it’s the holidays. I’m fairly certain I could spend weeks crafting for Christmas, but since we all know time is lacking during this hectic season, hi, friend and I have put together an easy and fairly mess-free pinecone ribbon wreath. Like most of the DIY’s we dream up, this one can easily be personalized, as any color of ribbon + pinecones (glitter, maybe?) will work.
2.) Pinecones (we picked up scented ones!)
4.) Natural Burlap Ribbon (found here)
5.) Decorative Ribbon (found here)
6.) Glue Gun
1.) Gather supplies, warm up glue gun, and cut ribbon to desired wreath length. When cutting ribbon, remember to cut different lengths, and that one piece of ribbon will give you two pinecone ends. So if you want your cluster to be full of 10 pinecones, you only need to cut 5 pieces of ribbon.
3.) Next, place glue in the center of the pinecone, and secure ribbon. Press the ribbon firmly on the glue with a pencil (no burnt fingers needed!).
4.) Continue securing the ribbon ends to the pinecones until the cluster appears full and even.
5.) Once you have your desired amount of pinecones and ribbon lengths, tie all the ribbons together in the center with a piece of twine.
6.) Then, to finish off the wreath, tie a large bow at the top of the cluster. We chose red chevron ribbon, as it added a fun pop of color + pattern.
And there you have it! The easiest cluster wreath ever invented:).
Cheers to the holidays and all the lovely crafts that accompany this magical season:).