Monochromatic Pinecone Wreaths

by Deanna Torrez

The continuous projects that can be done with gathering pinecones! Be merry and monochromatic with a trio of pinecone wreaths! It will create a subtle holiday look to a bold accent wall and cozy setting.

To complete this project you will need the following:

Glue gun or glue

Wreaths

Gloves

Rack/Box

Paint we used: Wabi-Sabi T18-10, In the Moment T18-15, Equilibrium T18-20, Tsunami S450-7 and Soft Focus T18-09.

Step 1: Dip Pinecones

Before dipping be sure the pinecones are free from dirt then use a glove to dip right into paint.

Step 2: Drip Pinecones

Make sure excess paint drips off of pinecones and allow them to completely dry for a day.

Step 3: Hot glue

Glue back and side of pinecones onto wreath.

Add any extra embellishments and behold a harmonious trio of pinecone wreaths!

Visit our holiday collection for more fun and easy seasonal projects.

Colorfully Yours,

Deanna

 

4 responses to “Monochromatic Pinecone Wreaths”

  1. Vicki Pasterik says:

    What is the name of the wall color, please?

    • Deanna Torrez says:

      Hello Vicki,
      Thank you for visiting our blog!

      The wall color is Equilibrium T18-20

      Due to differences in monitors and technical factors, the colors here cannot be represented with
      their true qualities. These color samples should only be considered a guide. Please refer to actual swatches for true color. We strongly recommend beginning with an 8 oz. sample container of the color you choose and apply it to a small area on your wall to ensure your satisfaction with the color choice. It is always a good idea to see how the light and ambient conditions affect the color at different points in the day.

      Colorfully Yours,
      Deanna

  2. Patti Monahan says:

    what color are the walls?

    • Deanna Torrez says:

      Hello Patti,
      Thank you for visiting our blog!

      The wall color is Equilibrium T18-20

      Due to differences in monitors and technical factors, the colors here cannot be represented with
      their true qualities. These color samples should only be considered a guide. Please refer to actual swatches for true color. We strongly recommend beginning with an 8 oz. sample container of the color you choose and apply it to a small area on your wall to ensure your satisfaction with the color choice. It is always a good idea to see how the light and ambient conditions affect the color at different points in the day.

      Colorfully Yours,
      Deanna

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