Pinecone Photo Holder

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Pinecone Photo Holder Thanksgiving Craft
Total Time 1 hour Ages school-age

Using pinecones collected on a Thanksgiving nature walk (or bought at a craft store), let the kids make a simple photo holder for a family snapshot taken during the gathering -- and send everyone home with a craft that will preserve their memories of a wonderful holiday.

What you'll need

  • Large pinecone
  • Photo or printout (or, if you don't have one yet, an index card)
  • Corrugated cardboard base
  • Twigs, acorns, and other natural treasures
  • Glue (we used Aleene's Original Tacky Glue)

How to make it

  1. Pinecone Photo Holder - Step 1

    Start by inserting the photo, printout or index card into the pinecone so that it stands up straight.

  2. Pinecone Photo Holder - Step 2

    Set it on a corrugated cardboard base, arrange twigs, acorns, and other natural treasures around it, and fix everything in place with glue. Trim the base as desired.

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