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5 Christmas Ornaments You Can Make Yourself

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Pine Cone Ornaments

Pine cone ornaments are a great way to add a natural element to your tree, and they're so versatile that you can make a number of different ornaments out of this simple and abundant resource. Long, thin pine cones are great for angel ornaments, and stocky, fat pine cones are perfect Christmas trees. Paint with gold or silver spray paint for a more sophisticated ornament, or if you just like the look of the pine cone, spray with a clear lacquer and hang it au natural.

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