I don't know about you but pinecones always put me in mind of long winter nights cosied up by a fire. Whether you use these tutorials to decorate your home for winter or possibly to put you in the mood for the upcoming festive season, I think you'll love these pinecone craft tutorials.
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Steph who blogs at the Silly Pearl shared a wonderful tutorial of her own design to make fabric pinecones. Don't those make the most wonderful wintery decorations?
Melanie who blogs at Bliss Bloom Blog shared a tutorial to cover a plastic egg with fabric to transform it into a pinecone. Click the link to see Melanie's tutorial.
Melanie at Bliss Bloom Blog also shared a tutorial to makeover an old Christmas bauble into this felt pinecone ornament.
These pinecone picture frame ornaments would be an easy to make gift for a friend or relative with this tutorial from Martha Stewart.
Learn how to make this pinecone table runner with a how-to on BHG.com.
Debbie from the blog, Frosted Designs shared a tutorial on how to create this ribbon pinecone ornament. Click the link to check it out on Frosted Designs.
Make a pinecone skier with a tutorial shared by Shanti on the blog Twigs and Toadstools.
Make a scene with little pinecone penguins with a tutorial on Martha Stewart.
Ariana who blogs at Crow Roosters Crow shared a tutorial to make a pinecone fairy. Click the link to check it out.
Make a pinecone gnome with a tutorial on Magic Onions as shared by Donni.
Of course if you want to see how using pinecones for dolls can be elevated to a fine art form, then look no further than the work of Akira Blount. Click the link to get inspired!