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You will never look at a Pine Cone the same way again! We’re over the moon with these Pine Cone Fairy Craft ideas and to say they are enchanting is an understatement.
They are the perfect touch to any fairy garden or add a nice touch to a tree or fallen branch indoors. You will love the inspiration and be sure to make a Pine Cone Fairy House too.
Pine Cone Fairy House Video
If you love the idea of Pine Cone Fairies, make them their own sweet home! In the video above, you’ll learn how to use polymer clay with your pine cone to make an adorable abode! It’s very simple and looks lovely indoors or out. To watch, click play above ^
Pine Cone Fairy Ornaments
The first Pine Cone Fairy craft we’re featuring is from the blog Willodel. They use a simple pine cone, along with a few other items you can find either outdoors or at the dollar store. You can use leaves, acorns, beads and you can attach with some craft glue.
Pine Cone Fairy House
This beautiful Fairy House has used a Gourd for its base and the pine cones form a shingle roof. You could even use a plastic bottle for this craft. There are so many options. We have another post on our site that includes Fairy Gourds and you can view here
Pine Cone Fairy
Here is another cute pine cone fairy from The Magic Onions blog. It uses the same general supplies as mentioned previously however they used a felt ball for the head instead of a bead.
The blogger found most of the items included in her fairy around her neighborhood which makes it extra special. The above version is a Love Fairy from Twig and Toadstool.
Nature-Inspired Pine Cone Fairy Ornaments
These pine cone fairies were made completely out of natural materials. Made by Our Fair Field Home & Garden, there are lots of different fairy ideas on their site. The creator has only used items that she found outside.
Rainbow Pine Cone Fairies
We love these Rainbow Fairies made with pine cones from Twig And Toadstool. The colors are bright and cheerful and a hot glue gun is used to piece it together. They also used silk leaves instead of leaves which is a great idea if the weather is not up to snuff.
The fairies are perched on bases too so you can sit them on shelves and tables. They did this by cutting up some extra pieces of wood they had lying around. You could also use corks, wooden blocks or some stands from the dollar store.
Winter Pine Cone Fairies
If it’s winter where you are, or you’d just like to make your fairies with a little more sparkle, then you’ll love these Winter Pine Cone Fairies from Life With Moore Babies. It’s made in the same way as many of the other pine cone fairy ornaments with a pompom on their acorn hats. There is also a generous sprinkling of glitter on the pipe cleaner wings. They are perfect holiday ornaments too.
Crochet Pine Cone Fairy Ornaments
We could barely contain the squeals when we discovered these adorable Pine Cone Fairies with their sweet little accessories. The hat and scarf really is too cute. You can find the full free pattern details on Annaboo’s House.