-I'll copy the raffia-and-moss-tied pots. I'll fill mine with a hyacinth rather than a pine cone.
Love the large pine cones and the last picture is really lovely.Lee
Great images!! I did an outdoor Christmas post today, you might enjoy seeing other uses of pinecones there.Merry Christmas,Kathysue
I am so enjoying your posts for the holidays, Artie. And please know that I am keeping you and your family in my prayers. May God bless you all.
Pretty pretty! There are 5 huge pine trees lining the property at my mother's house. In addition to having 2 tons of pine cones available for winter decor, you can also crunch over them whilst coming up the driveway. Crunch crunch crunch!Lovely pics. T.
I love this post because I adore pine cones...I have bags and bags of them that I keep from year to year, and to which I keep adding more! I freely admit that I have an obsession...thanks for fueling it further! (Now, to dig out those bags...) Happy Holidays!
And the best thing is they are free!!! And...they add so much texture. And you can paint them and add glitter :)
Beautiful images. I love the mantel treatment. Great inspirations.Best...Victoria
Beautiful images and lots of inspiration!!! Thanks! XO, Pinky
Oh Artie.. been loving your daily posts.. they are filled with so much inspiration! I love pinecones too and actually pick them up from various places.. I have them from many different states.. and use them year 'round! Hoping this finds you well.. xo marlis
Those huge pine cones on the bench and over the doors are amazing! Happy Holidays,Claudia
I do love the mercury glass accents too! I also have a few almost bowling ball sized ornaments and that picture of the bench is an awesome idea for them! Now too bad I don't have a bench! I love those giant pine cones too!