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Frosted Pine Cones

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If you're out on a country walk with your kids, why not add some fun by looking for pine cones. Once you get home, you can turn them into a decoration for your Christmas tree.



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Time: 5 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Pine cones
White acrylic paint
Glitter
Thin wire



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Method
Squirt out some white paint into a tub or paper plate.
Dab paint thickly on the outer edges of the pine cone.
Sprinkle glitter over the pine cones while the paint is still wet.



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Leave to dry and shake off any excess glitter that hasn't stuck to the paint.
Twist a small piece of wire around the end of the pine cone and use it to hang to your Christmas Tree.



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Categories
#Any Age
#5 to 10s
#Over 10s
#Christmas
#Decoration
#Nature
#Under 5s
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