C had collected lots of pinecones in the fall which inspired this craft. It’s super easy and the end result is so pretty.
C painted them white and then sprinkled them with sequins while the paint was still wet. To help secure the sequins I would suggest painting Modge Podge on them after the paint has dried.
They are pretty on their own as a decoration but you could thread a loop to the top of the pinecone to make an ornament of them.
These are just like our Hanukkah ones.
We put a sticker on a baby food jar and then painted the jar. Once it was dry, we pealed off the sticker. To finish, we added jewel stickers and tied a ribbon around the top. Pop in a tea light and you are done!
To make these fun trees, I cut out tree shapes (Dr. Seuss style or otherwise) and clipped a clothes peg on the bottom. Then C painted them with glue and added buttons or sequins (though stickers would also work). After they dried, C painted them again with Modge Podge (can’t have little things falling off with a baby in the house!)
That’s the last of our Christmas crafts for this year. Happy Crafting to all!