October 28 ~ Handmade Holiday Inspiration

on October 28 | in Handmade Holidays, Sewing Inspiration | by | with 60 Comments

Pine Cone Ball Ornaments from Knitty Gritty Thoughts

Oh, how we love these pine cone balls! We love the thought of folding and pinning and creating the afternoon away, making a big bowl of pine cone ball ornaments…

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60 Responses to October 28 ~ Handmade Holiday Inspiration

  1. Rona says:

    So cute!!

  2. Linda S says:

    These pine cones are absolutely adorable. I’m thinking that they would be lovely in my wooden bowl!!

  3. Chris says:

    These are the cutest!

  4. Awesome information. Thanks.

  5. Rachel says:

    Love these pine cones!

  6. Wow, those are incredible!

  7. Bree says:

    I love these and I love the idea of a bunch of them in a bowl, maybe on the back of the piano. I wonder if they would work with heavier fabric, maybe use a bigger base.

  8. Celeste says:

    Bookmarking these!

  9. jennifer says:

    Time to dig thru my stash for holiday’ee’ stuff to get folding with…

  10. Erika says:

    oohhh, i would love to make these

  11. Whitney says:

    I wonder if you could make these with pretty paper as well, or even junk mail! could be fun to try

  12. Sheila says:

    these are so simple, yet elegant. Love it!

  13. Jessica says:

    How cute!

  14. Susie says:

    wow,gives me an excuse to go to the local fabric store. like I need an excuse.

  15. Christine says:

    These are at the top of my list of things to make.

  16. Seanna Lea says:

    These are gorgeous. I might have to give it a try when I have a free afternoon.

  17. Georgia says:

    These look so fun!

  18. MarciaW says:

    very pretty and unique and look difficult

  19. Marilee says:

    i really like these. Should use up some fabric, too.

  20. nalani says:

    I am not usually swayed to make more ornaments but these look so modern and appealing!

  21. Kerry says:

    I have always admired these ornaments – I love the idea of having a bowlful!

  22. Kathryn says:

    These would look so festive in the fireplace (without the fire being on, of course).

  23. Ramona says:

    I love these ornaments! I’ll have to give these a try.

  24. Glenys says:

    Tats so rad!

  25. Janice Svercek says:

    These are so neat!

  26. Gina says:

    Those are neat :) I think my children would enjoy making them.

  27. Ginger says:

    these remind me of some ornaments that always hung on my parent’s tree.

  28. Debbie says:

    I like the texture of these ornaments…very nice.

  29. Jamie says:

    Love this elegant holiday project. Thanks for the idea and tutorial!

  30. Jessica E says:

    wow, so cool!! I’ll have to give these a try…

  31. kathyh says:

    Will someone make some for me?

  32. Judi says:

    Love the texture of these!

  33. Sue D says:

    These are so cool looking!

  34. Dell says:

    Great holiday craft. Thanks.

  35. Amber says:

    I plan to start making these RIGHT NOW.

  36. Tabitha says:

    Going to make for sure :)

  37. Nancy D. says:

    Great idea!

  38. Cricket says:

    This is one project I’m going to have to try. I love that you can make them in different colors and they will be seasonally applicable for Halloween right through Christmas. The hydrangeas that we have had in a vase for a month are getting a little tired. Time to whip up some pine cones!

  39. Cat says:

    it’s lovely and the fabric is so nice too !

  40. Alli says:

    Goodness, this is adorable! If I can figure out how to make it without the pins (there’s no way my two-year-old isn’t going to try to pick it up and throw it around), I want to make a bunch. :)

  41. I’d love to make those, but truthfully I’m a bit scared. They are so beautiful, I can’t imagine mine would look near as good! Thanks for the link.

  42. Meagan says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS! So pretty and festive and easy!

  43. Lori says:

    Super cute! My friend learned how to make these when she was little and taught me last year. She used oval-shaped styrofoam (so it’s more pinecone shaped) and ribbon (still a lot of folding and pinning, but saves time for cutting!). :)

  44. Jacque says:

    I went and checked out the tutorial, and now have bookmarked it! Thanks for a super idea for holiday decorating!

  45. Cindy says:

    Lovely! I need to make some to decorate for Thanksgiving.

  46. Fenna says:

    nice ornaments–very creative!

  47. Tiara says:

    Love it

  48. Alethea says:

    Wow, those are pretty and intricate!

  49. My grandma made a lot of these but they disintegrated over time (kids, curiosity, bad storage…). I’m so glad I have a pattern to make them myself!

  50. Diana says:

    Love them! I think this may be a project in the coming weeks!

  51. ambjer says:

    those are gorgeous! definitely want to make a bowl-full of these for my holiday decorations!

  52. Hillary S. says:

    Those pine cone balls are adorable!

  53. Retha says:

    these are lovely!! so many ideas, so little time.

  54. Melissa says:

    I absolutely love these! The texture, the color! YUM!

  55. Erin says:

    Very cool – thanks for the give away chance.

  56. kimberly says:

    I always wondered how those were made! How simple and how pretty! Going to try that this weekend!

  57. Doris says:

    Any Holiday inspiration is welcome at this point in the calendar!

  58. Jan May says:

    Wow! That’s an awful lot of folding and pinning, but the finished result is quite lovely.

  59. Gina says:

    I have these pine cone ball ornaments pinned on one of my Pinterest boards. I MUST give it a try. So festive!

  60. Taryn says:

    I love the textures of these ornaments. Great baby toys, too, maybe?

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