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how to hang pine cones -- never thought of this!

how to hang pine cones -- never thought of this! Use bleached pine cones, alternate with vintage ornaments.

Make This: DIY Acorn and Pinecone Wreath | HGTV >> http://www.hgtv.com/design-blog/how-to/15-fall-diys-using-things-from-your-backyard?soc=pinterest

14 Fall DIYs Using Finds From Your Backyard

cool acorn fall wreath

Fall And Winter Wreaths You Can Make With Acorns

I love natural decorations ! Such as this unique wreath, it made with pine cones, nut shells and acorns. This natural pine cone wreath will look great han

How to Bleach Pine Cones - kinda weird, but kinda interesting. I guess brown doesn't always have to go with a project! Sometimes you need something lighter colored.

How to Bleach Pine Cones

How To Bleach Pine Cones, 3 DIY Bleached Pine-cone Projects: These pine cones are absolutely gorgeous and perfect for decoration.

Pinus nigra, Pinus strobus, Pinus cembra (Swiss pine), Taxus baccata (European Yew)  From Flore forestière illustrée du centre de l’Europe (Illustrated forest flora of central Europe), by C. de Kirwan, Paris, 1872.  (Source: archive.org)

Pine tree needles can be eaten year-round. The young shoots can be eaten as candy when stripped of the needles, peeled, boiled until tender, and then simmered for minutes in a sugary syrup. Pine nuts can be eaten raw or baked into a casserole.