by Libbie Summers
Assisted by David Dempsey
Feature photo by Teresea Earnest
The most beautiful pine trees grown in Georgia. On my walks with a certain bird dog and wonderful husband, I’m known to spend more time picking pinecones off the forrest floor than I am watching for pheasants. Once you have amassed a lot of these things, you have to figure out something to do with them…I did! I love these showy pinecones…a little bit country and a little bit rock and roll.
Glitter and Paint Dipped Pine Cone Ornaments
Pinecones (from nature of course)
Mod Podge matte finish
1 can flame orange paint
What to do:
Dip the bottom or top of your pinecone into the can of paint and pull out slowly. Hang and let dry overnight.
Once dry, apply a bit of Mod Podge to the bottom or top of the pine, sprinkle over with glitter and let dry
Tie yarn, ribbon, or attach a hook and adorn your tree