Pine Cone Snowy Wreath

I love this time of the year…the hustle and bustle…the lights…the decorations.It all brings memories of childhood back and I become a little girl again. I love the outdoors and I have lots of different types of Christmas decorations { I got married in December } but my favorites are the ones that look like the outdoors. They are just warm and cozy and this Pine Cone Snowy Wreath is one of those special Christmas decorations…

Pine Cone Wreath

 I first saw this wreath over at W0man’s Day and fell in serious love with it! I love the simplicity of this wreath and it is so easy to create. Let’s get started…

Pine Cone Snowy Wreath

Pine cone snowy wreath

Supplies Needed…

1 Oval Grapevine Wreath

3 Bags of Snow Tipped Pine Cones

Brown Burlap Ribbon

Glue gun and glue sticks

pine cone snowy wreath

This is just about the easiest wreath ever. Simply glue the pine cones onto the grapevine wreath. There is no right or wrong way. Simply step back every now and then and see where you need to fill in!

pine cone snowy wreath

I even love the way it looks lying flat on a table..hmmm perhaps some candles in the middle and I could also use it as a centerpiece!

Pine Cone Snowy Wreath

Once I had all the pine cones glue on, I attached a brown burlap ribbon bow. It is offset a little to the side.

Pine Cone Snowy Wreath

This sweet wreath really warms up the back of my front door and foyer area. Wreaths are so versatile and can be used throughout your holiday decor, not just the front door!

Have you started decorating for Christmas yet? Check out our Tabletop Trees and  Hope Yarn Letters, they might help you get inspired!




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Trish Flake

Hey y'all! I am Trish and the creative voice behind Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!

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  1. Marty Larson says

    Pinecones are my VERY MOST favorite thing ever. I love this wreath and will add that to my pinecone decor which actually stays out all year long, because pinecones aren’t just for Christmas!

  2. says

    This is my favorite wreath I’ve seen this season! I think I have to make one! So so pretty!
    Pinned! All I need to do is find some snow tipped pine cones and ribbon! Thank you so much for sharing!

  3. says

    Wow! What a beautiful wreath. It would love great on my front door {wink}. Where did you find the oval wreath? I’ve never seen one. Can’t wait to make one of these for my door. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Shirley says

    I love pine cone wreaths. I put wire tightly around each pine cones and then place them in warm water so the pine cones close up. I shake out the water and wire them on to a 3 ring wire wreath. As the pinecones dry they wll intertwine with each other and causes the wreath to make them really tight and won’t move and show holes. After it is dry I put a bow and/or other items such as bells, etc. I hope this helps others. Thanks for sharing.

  5. says

    Love this wreath, ladies! It is so classic and elegant! Beautiful job! Thanks so much for linking up to the Keep Calm and Link Up! Hope to see you back next week!

    PS – Where did you get those pine cones? I’ve been looking for smaller ones everywhere!

  6. says

    This is beautiful! I love pinecone wreaths! I have a square one – we always seem to be on the same decorating mind wave! lol! Thanks so much for coming out to the party at Clean and Scentsible. I will be featuring this tomorrow.
    Jenn :)


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