Friday Favorites: Fall Decorating with Pinecones

by katie

One of the more popular way to decorate for Fall is with pine cones. I personally love to because they can be placed pretty much anywhere and you can do basically anything with them. This week’s Friday Favorites is all about decorating with pine cones. These features are great because they can be transitioned from Fall to Christmas/Winter super easily.


This pine cone wreath can be easy to make with a simple wreath form and floral wire. To transition to Christmas or Winter, simply add a pretty bow.

Celebrate nature's beauty with a wreath of pinecones on an 18-inch twig base. Wrap a 9-inch length of 22- or 24-gauge florist's wire around the top of the base to create a hanger; loop a 3-inch length of wire through the 9-inch length; twist ends together. With a glue gun, attach the pinecones (we used about 120), starting with the inside. Repeat on the outside of the base, then the front. (Photo: Photo: ; Stylist: ; Designer:):


A pine cone tree is a great idea to decorate a front porch or mantel area. They can also be made in a few different sizes to fit almost any space.

Lovely pinecone crafts for Holiday decorating!:


Pine cone garland is so pretty and would really look great anywhere. A great thought would be to decorate for Fall around the house and then use it to decorate a Christmas tree! So inspired!



Simply adding pine cones to a bowl is an easy way to add some Fall flair. I love the look of this with the antlers. Add a few Christmas ornaments and you’re done for the holidays!

Savvy Southern Style: Winter vignette with greenery, pinecones, antlers and a little bird.:


Like the tree topiary, this round beauty would look great almost anywhere as well. I like this one a little bit more though.

Christmas / winter decor - pinecone Topiary. Love:

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Maria Parenti-Baldey October 14, 2016 - 10:34 pm

Those pine cones look beautiful. Very creative.

Jennifer Dunham October 14, 2016 - 11:51 pm

I love pinecones as decorations! That tree is so neat…I am wondering if I can figure out how to make one myself!

Kate Auclair October 15, 2016 - 8:54 pm

My guess would either be styrofoam cones for smaller ones or upside-down tomato cages and floral wire.

Whitney Keever October 15, 2016 - 10:05 pm

Pine cones are one of my favorite decorative pieces! So classic and versatile, and they really do work for just about every season. I think I may have 3 different containers full of them just in my living room right now. 🙂

Theresa October 20, 2016 - 7:49 pm

Love all the ideas. Perfect for fall decorating. Thanks for sharing at the InspirationSpotlight party @DearCreatives. Shared.

Sarah Bell October 20, 2016 - 11:54 pm

Your decorations are beautiful! I love decorating for fall – I have a similar post at, if you wanted to check it out. But I'm loving all of your ideas with pinecones – so clever! (found your blog from the Thursday Favorite Things Link Party – your thumbnail caught my eye!).

Sarah Bell


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