Snow-Covered Pinecones

About: I am 17 and live in a small town in Ohio. My name is Kenn. I have a wonderful cat named Timmy and a little mouse named Squeakers (Yes, they are best friends lol). I am a very fun loving person, who is go wit...

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Tacky Glue

Modge Podge

White Glitter

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Step 1: Cover in Modge Podge

Cover the pinecone in modge podge (I did this with a paint brush), then pour white glitter on top of the modge podge and let dry.

Step 2: Final Step

Then Add tacky glue to the ends of the pinecone to create a build up of snow effect. Then add white glitter before the tacky glue dries. Then your creation is complete.

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