DIY Pinecone Dahlia Wreath

Upcycle fallen pinecones to make a warm and welcoming door decoration for fall.

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Upcycle fallen pinecones to make a warm and welcoming door decoration.

Paint it all white for a modern, monochromatic look that'll last through the winter or make your front door pop with brightly colored pinecones.

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