Today I’m sharing a very easy Christmas pinecone wreath with you! It’s one of my favorites because of it’s natural beauty and it’s stunning when hung on the wall or above the fireplace.
You don’t have to be a master crafter to make this beauty. If you can work a glue gun then you can make this wreath.
Christmas Pinecone Wreath Supplies
Small to Medium sized Pinecones
Red Berry Picks or Stems
Lots of Hot Glue
The base of this wreath is a plain grapevine wreath. I preferred the medium sized pinecones over the small ones, but I used both because it is what I had on hand.
Start by hot gluing a clump of pinecones down. Make sure the pinecones are nice and tight without gaps. After you glue down a small section of pinecones, glue down a section of berries.
Work your way around the wreath alternating pinecone groups and berry groups. Don’t forget to cover the inside and outside of the wreath with your berries and pinecones. This will help your wreath look fuller.
I started with berries on the stems, but I found the berries that came as picks were a little easier to work with. With the stems I had to cut the berries off however with the berry picks I could just glue the whole pick down. Plus the small berry picks has little leaves on them and the tiny leaves added a nice detail. But either picks or stems will work.
When I was all done I picked off the glue webs left over from all the gluing. It takes a lot of hot glue, but it’s totally worth it!
I hope you give it a try, I think you will be super happy with the result.
If you are looking for outdoor window wreaths, you can find my instructions for my Pottery Barn inspired lighted window wreaths here