Pine cone Flowers and Burlap

Pine cone Flowers and Burlap

Pine Cone Flowers and Burlap

Hi everyone!  Hope you all had a great weekend! This weekend Mr. OMT and I decided to take a break and go to the cabin to get away and celebrate our anniversary. While Mr. OMT was out fishing, I enjoyed a few do it yourself magazines and fell in love with a article on making pine cone flowers, since we were surrounded by pine cones, I quickly grabbed a bag and went out front and collected several pine cones.
Although,  I loved the idea in the magazine called "find your place",  I was anxious to try my hand at this.  It said to cut though the pine cone, I wasn't having much luck with that,  I ended up taking it apart, painting the petals and then hot gluing them together and shaping them into a flower.  I  decided to decorate a paper mache' box I had laying around and covered it in?….yes, my favorite burlap.  I also used the burlap to make the leaves.




I used white acrylic paint to paint the petals and a little around the burlap leaves 

added some twine

and covered the edges with some embroidery lace
 This was a very easy and fun project and it cost me nothing to make.   I can't wait to do the idea in the magazine.  Maybe for my next event?  

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  1. this is really nice. i love burlap in fact. thank you for linking it up with us at<br /><br />please be so kind so as to link back to the party url, this way we can all share in the fun of the party. thank you so much in advance of adhering to our party &#39;rules&#39;. <br /><br />have a wonderful, creative day


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