This is the time of year when I do a lot more crafting than usual.
Once I smell the cinnamon scent of the holiday season my mind starts thinking up projects.
Such was the case with my scented pine cone wreath:
Yep, the little bags of scented pine cones were at the front of the craft store when I was there and I’m a total sucker for them.
I originally thought I would glue them to a flat, round wreath form.
Then I realized that I would need another bag of pine cones to help fill in some little gaps, so I searched the house for things I already had.
I decided to use an old black picture frame. It wouldn’t need so many pine cones and I wouldn’t have to paint it to help hide the gaps.
Then it was as easy as gluing the pine cones to the frame with hot glue. Easy peasy.
I glued pine cones to the front and to the sides of the little frame. In no time, my frame was all filled up and I added a green silk bow.
I figure I can use this little wreath for both fall and Christmas. Love that!
I hung it in my dining room so the cinnamon smell is near my front door.
I love simple crafts, don’t you?
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