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  1. darla
    September 21, 2012

    Your entire arrangement looks wonderful and an easy change for Christmas.

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  2. Marta
    September 25, 2012

    I love it….it’s so beautiful ^_^
    Thanks for sharing

    Hugs
    Marta

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  3. Valerie@Occasionally Crafty
    December 6, 2012

    I love spray painted pinecones, and I think the white makes them looks so elegant! Thanks for sharing at The CSI Project challenge this week!

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  4. Ruth
    December 19, 2014

    What size ring did you use & what size were the pinecones?

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    • dnr
      December 23, 2014

      Hi Ruth, I don’t remember what size wreath ring this was…maybe 12″, whatever fits your own door would be a good choice. The pinecones are just regular pinecones…maybe a couple inches in diameter, but anything would do, you’d just have to add more or less to fill in your form.
      Best of luck,
      Dannyelle

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  5. Lisa
    January 3, 2015

    Where can I find the ring?

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    • dnr
      January 4, 2015

      Hi Lisa,
      I found the ring at Michaels craft store, best of luck.
      Dannyelle

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  6. Barbara
    December 30, 2015

    The wreath is great but I love those wonderful white pumpkins: are they spray-painted too?!?
    Thanks a lot
    Barbara

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    • dnr
      December 30, 2015

      Hi Barbara, They’re mostly faux pumpkins from the craft store, they come in white.
      Best of luck,
      Dannyelle

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  7. Samantha
    May 29, 2017

    Did the pinecones hold with the hot glue outside? I did a project with hot glue and the rocks started to fall off (maybe because of the smooth surface).

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  8. Jean Craig
    June 21, 2017

    I have read that you have to bake and bleach the pinecones before you use them. Really put a damper on my plans! Did you do that?? Does the glue hold up outdoors??

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    • dnr
      June 21, 2017

      Hi Jean, I didn’t bake or bleach my pinecones. If they’re very wet they’ll be closed but a little time indoors and they should open up. You can bake them a little to make them open more if they’re not open, but it’s not a necessary step. I didn’t have any trouble with the hot glue holding up. Maybe after a couple years I had to reapply some glue for some loose ones.
      Hope this helps,
      Dannyelle

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