This gorgeous frame is made using pine cones by Dianne Toman Hayes, who let me share with you guys! This is a gorgeous and easy craft you can make for the home. Materials Needed: All sizes of pinecones Frame Hot glue gun Spray paint/paint Scissors/knife Just cut the pinecones in half (you can usually get …
Foraging for Pine Needles (and other conifer needles)
This beautiful scene has been burnt into a unique piece of cedar wood that has been stained a warm golden shade to enhance the wonderful grain of the woood. The pine trees have been burnt into the wood by hand making this a one of a kind piece. A wonderful warm addition to your home! Measures almost 7 inches high by 5 1/2 inches across by 3/4 inches deep. Carefully wrapped and ready to ship.
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)