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Bleached Pine Cones

By: Lucy from Craftberry Bush

Add a touch of nature to your winter wonderland wedding with these easy-to-make Bleached Pine Cones. A perfect combination of elegance and nature, they can be used to accent your wedding table decorations. Whether you choose to use them as place settings or incorporate them into the wedding hall decorations, these pine cones are sure to remind your guests of the beauty of winter. That's not all they can do. These Bleached Pine Cones are the DIY wedding decoration that keeps on giving. You'll find that you are able to use them even after your big day. Incorporate them into your home decorations, and you'll always have a subtle reminder of one of the greatest nights of your life.

Bleached Pine Cones
Bleached Pine Cones
This image courtesy of craftberry.com

Time to complete: In an evening

Easy

Estimated Cost: Under $10

Occasion/Theme: Winter

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I really like the look of these bleached pinecones. I could see myself filling a tall clear vase with these around the holidays. My only question is, do they retain any of that gross strong bleach smell? I have my bleached crafts in the past and not had terribly good luck getting the smell out. Any tips or tricks? Or should I just make them well ahead of time and let them sit in the basement or shed until the smell dissipates.

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