Listen up folks, you may not be a straggler when it comes to decorating your house in time for Christmas. But there may be some who did not find time to do so for a myriad of reasons. For those laid-back or last-minute decorators, we are bringing a beautiful and easy DIY tabletop Christmas tree idea. The best part, you will be making it with pinecones and it can be ready within five minutes. Pinecones are pretty much all around this time of the year. So why not turn them into cute, little Christmas trees?

Also Read: DIY Felt Christmas Tree Idea for Laid-Back Decorators

Materials Used:

  • Chrome spray paint
  • Pinecone
  • Red bead string
  • Treetop star
  • Coaster
  • Hot glue gun
  • Red ribbon

How to Make a DIY Pinecone Christmas Tree

Step 1: Grab a pinecone and spray paint it. Or you can leave the cone its natural color for a rustic charm.

Step 2: Then, glue the pinecone onto an MDF coaster and wrap a contrasting bead string around the pinecone.

Step 3: Add a treetopper star and wrap a twisted ribbon at the base of the pinecone.

That is it. You can also go in another direction by gluing pearls of cherries onto your pinecone to mimic the ornaments on a tree. Follow the video tutorial below for our DIY pinecone Christmas tree and let us know what you think in the comments below. Have fun. Merry Christmas!

Image: Homecrux/Rishik Sharma
Image: Homecrux/Rishik Sharma
Image: Homecrux/Rishik Sharma
Image: Homecrux/Rishik Sharma
Image: Homecrux/Rishik Sharma
Image: Homecrux/Rishik Sharma

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Listening to her grandmother weaving nighttime tales to penning down her own thoughts, Priya developed a penchant for stories and their origin early in her childhood. After her master's in literature, she started writing copiously on diverse topics including architecture, interior design trends, and home improvement while learning the ropes of copyediting. For the past couple of years, she has been crafting DIYs for Homecrux. Reading novels, painting, and baking are her favorites on her long list of hobbies. She also loves to eat, travel, meet new people, learn about different cultures, and listen to stories.

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