Last week I was so excited about the Gilded Pinecone Place Cards we were going to use for my mom’s Christmas table, but now I have something new to be excited about – Glitter Tipped Pinecone Place Card Holders! Yes that’s right a huge change of plans. I had already started spray painting lots of pine cones when my mother suddenly decided she didn’t like gold & she threw all of her gold pinecones away… So sad – I love the fresh new way gold has crept back into our decor lives! But I’m getting over my sadness quickly because it is her Christmas table & it just means I get another excuse to play with glitter again!
Every year Roger & I split our Thanksgiving & Christmas day between my parent’s & his parent’s. Since we both grew up in the same area this means that we get twice as much holiday cheer in a 24 hour period! Although I love getting to spend the holidays with both of our families, I can’t help but dream about the day we move back to Chattanooga… And hopefully in 10 years we will have built our own home – one large enough to fit both of our families for Christmas dinner!
But for now I will just dream while creating many more Glitter Tipped Pinecone Place Card Holders!
What you’ll need:
Card Stock Paper
Printer or Pens
Hot Glue Gun with Glue – optional
First, apply mod podge to the tips of an upside-down pinecone using a paint brush.
Then, over a bowl, sprinkle glitter on top of the pinecone.
Let dry & repeat with all of your pinecones.
To make the place cards I created a Table in a Microsoft Word Document, typed up the names, printed & cut them out, & then placed them on top of my Glitter Tipped Pinecone Place Card Holders.
I’d love to see your Glitter Tipped Pinecone Place Card Holders! Instagram your Domestically Blissful inspired Christmas crafts with the hashtag #DomesticallyBlissful and you might find your picture featured on DB’s Instagram!
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