Pinecone Bouquet




This image is a seating area with a wall painted in Equilibrium. There is a chair with a pillow and to the right is a wooden table with the DIY painted pinecones in a bouquet.

Instead of setting out a flower bouquet this holiday season opt for an exquisite pinecone bouquet full of glorious greenery. Create a perfect balance of bold colored pinecones and decorative faux pine needles! This stylish statement will be the life of the holiday festivities.

To complete this project you will need the following:
Stem wire
Glitter floral tape
Faux pine needles
Paint we used: Nocturne Shade T18-04
Step 1: Dip Pinecones
Put on some gloves and begin dipping as many pinecones you want in your bouquet.

Step One is dipping the cones in the paint color fo your choice. We dipped them in Nocturne Shade.

Step 2: Drip
Allow excess paint to drip down and let pinecones dry for a day.

Step Two is allowing the excess paint to drip off in a cardboard box. Place pinecone on a rack with holes so it drips down.

Step 3: Drill a hole
After paint is dry drill a hole on the bottom of the pinecones.

After pinecones are dry then drill a hole on the bottom to insert stem wires.

Step 4: Stem Wires
Insert two stem wires into hole.

Next is we inserted the stem wires.

Step 5: Wrap!
Wrap both wires with glitter tape.

Wrap the stem wires in glitter tape.

This will be your final look of wires wrapped with glitter tape, you can choose any color of glitter tape depending on the look you are going for.

All are not wrapped with glitter tape.

Find the perfect vase and place the pine needs, pinecones and any other decorative elements you would like to create the perfect pinecone bouquet for your holiday festivities.

The finished project is pinecones with branches of pine needles decorated in a beautiful bouquet.

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


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Comments (2)

  • Krystyna Miller-Ahles says...

    Gorgeous! What color is the green wall in the background?

    • Deanna Torrez says...

      Hello Krystyna! Thank you for visiting our blog! The background color is Equilibrium T18-20 which is from our Trends 2018 colors.
      This color can still be tinted though.
      Colorfully Yours,

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