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  1. What a unique idea using simple supplies, Lora. The pinecone ornaments have both a rustic and a bling look to them. Great project. Merry Christmas.

  2. These are so cute and for once I actually have everything, love this idea. Have a Happy Thanksgiving with your family.

  3. Lora, pinecones are my jam (as the kids say nowadays)!! I brought a big basket full of jeffrey pinecones, some roundish ones from Colorado and spruce cones from North Carolina. There is a big Italian stone pine around the corner from our house and I gather from the front yards there when they come down (replenish my supply!). Anyway, all that is to say that I love your pinecone hanger and I’ll have to look for some tart tins to create a similar one. <3

    Enjoy yours and Happy Thanksgiving!
    Big holiday hugs,
    Barb 🙂

  4. Adorable! As Maine’s state flower is the White Pine Cone, I loved these. Great as a hanging or individual ornaments. Whenever I go anywhere, I am always on the lookout for Scotch pine cones (my fave) to pick up, and I harass my son to collect the tiny ones (hemlock?) that decorate his lawn for me! This year I collected and dry brushed white a bunch of alder cones for tiny wreathe ornaments and dollhouse wreathes. I bet you can make 20 in no time! Happy Thanksgiving!

  5. Just like pumpkins, I’m a sucker for pine cones in the winter! Love the twist you put on these… they are lovely! Pinned!

  6. I cannot even with how cute these are! Are the tart tins thinner than the vintage molds? Would you recommend sticking with the tins? I already have the molds but not sure what they’ll look like yet. I totally want to make these… Like yesterday! I might have a party with friends and make several. Thanks for joining us and the fantastic idea. pinned X4!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      I say use what you’ve got already! I need to make like 20 more now;)

  7. What an adorable project Lora! The different size pinecones just add so much personality. Love the tart tin tops and the gingham ribbon is perfect!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks, Michelle! Now I want to make about 20 more!

  8. How cute, Lora!! I LOVE the tart pans…how adorable for that old-fashioned Christmas feel!!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Yes, definitely how my kitchen is going to look this year for Christmas:)

  9. These are really cute Lora! I love the vintage and natural charm of these pinecone ornaments and the ribbon ties them together beautifully. Happy Thanksgiving and a wonderful holiday season to you and your family.

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks so much, Marie! Hope you’re enjoying all things Christmas!

  10. Lora,
    I love this idea. The tart tins really was a clever idea. Happy Thanksgiving

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      They’re like little hats for the pinecones! Thanks, Rachel.

  11. These ornaments are adorable! The ribbon is perfect. Happiest of holidays to you.

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks, Renae. Happy Thanksgiving!

  12. I love these, how fun and the tiny tart pans are such a great topper. I love the pretty ribbon addition too. Thanks for the tutorial.

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Glad you enjoyed it, Marty; thanks!

  13. HI Lora,

    This is so pretty! Pinned! Happy Thanksgiving! laura in Colorado

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks, Laura!

  14. Love this Lora! The little tart tin caps is my favorite part! I finally live somewhere where pinecones are plentiful (yay!), and I made some ornaments this year! There’s so much beauty in nature!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      So glad you’ve got access to pinecones, now, Cindy! Almost like being back in Canada:)