What you will need:
-Jars (I used my pasta jars, but you could use mason jars, jelly jars, etc)
-Small Christmas trees in varying heights (I found mine at Walmart ranging from .75-$2!)
-Epson Salt for snow
-Pine Cones (mine are painted & sparkled to look like glittering snow!!)
-Hot glue gun
-Paper & Scissors
Cut a circle out of the paper a little bigger than the inside of your lid.
When put down in the lid it shouldn't move.
(If you are using a jar that you don't mind if the lid is ruined-glue it right to the lid!)
Glue your tree to the paper, and the pine cone to your tree, about a half inch up on the tree.
(if you glue it on the paper it will get covered by the "snow")
Add your salt to the jar & screw the lid on.
For the jar that only has pine cones in I just shook them around
until they were placed how I wanted them)
Want to make these gorgeous sparkly snow covered pine cones?!!!
You will need:
Boring, regular pine cone.
Paint all of the tips on the pine cone using the brush in the Wite Out.
I originally started using white Puffy Paint but that was taking forever, I also like the look of the Wite Out better.
(sorry this is a bad picture)
Once all of the tips on the pine cone is painted, spray the entire pine cone with the Spray Adhesive.
Sprinkle a generous amount of glitter on while still wet.
I made about 50+ of these in varying sizes for a Christmas party I am helping decorate for.
I believe after the party I may add them onto my Christmas tree, or garlands I have around the house!
As always, feel free to PIN it!