Pinecone Door Arrangement

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Here’s a clever use for everyday items from nature with this pinecone door arrangement. Easy and unique way to decorate your door!

Pine cones grouped together with ribbon and a spray painted gold monogram 2, hung on front door

What do you have on your front door?  I have a few cutesy seasonal things but nothing to get excited about. I saw this cluster/wreath on Pinterest and decided I could make this pinecone door arrangement myself!

I bought the wooden initial W from a craft store (with my 50% coupon, of course, and and extra 15% off for teachers), and it cost less than $1. I also had the gold spray paint on hand.

Large wooden monogram W spray painted gold and hung on wood front door

The hardest part? Finding the pinecones. I searched all over the neighborhood and even sent my kids out looking for them. Could only find six that were relatively the same size. Who would believe the pinecone is NC’s state tree?

Single closeup shot of pinecone with brown ribbon attached to larger striped glitter ribbon

The striped glitter ribbon was from my stash (see my scrapbook room post for more of my obsession collection).

Group of pinecones photographed close up attached by small ribbon ribbon to striped glitter ribbon and hung on a wooden door

The brown ribbon was taken off the programs we had left over from my daughter’s wedding.

Pine cones grouped together with ribbon and a spray painted gold monogram 2, hung on front door

I used a mini glue gun to attach the pine cones to the ribbon and the ribbon to the monogram.

Pine cones grouped together with a striped glitter ribbon and attached to the large monograph spray painted gold W and hung on a door.

I love this simple project and it makes me happy when I come through the front door.

Are  you making any new projects to decorate your home this fall?

Want more inspiration? Click here for my Easy Fall Vignette

Easy Fall Vignette - Marty's Musings

and a collection of more easy DIY projects for fall.

Easy DIY Projects for Fall - Marty's Musings

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  2. This is great! I’m always looking for door-decor that won’t rip up the paint. This is so cute and simple! Thanks for linking up!

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    1. I believe I linked it up last week. I’ve already linked up this week, too, with Almost Candy Bar and 18 Must Read Blog Posts. Have a great weekend!