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A New Years Centerpiece Craft using Pine Cones

New Years Eve will be here before you know it, and with a new year comes a lot of celebration! Whether you are at a party with friends or staying in with your family, we want to help you be as festive as possible as you ring in the new year!

One of our favorite ways to make a centerpiece is by using pinecones, so if you are looking for a new years centerpiece this is the one we recommend!

New years centerpiece with pine cones, ribbon, embellishments and a 2022 sign placed on a table next to candles.

Need a great New Years centerpiece? Try this classic!

For us here in Ontario, it’s always a toss up if we are going to have a beautiful blanket of snow for New Years. By January or Februry it’s almost always guaranteed, but in the end of December it is hit or miss. There is something about fresh white snow that makes ringing in a new year wonderfully. No matter the weather though, we can bring in nice touches of nature indoors when we make a pinecone centerpiece.

This is why one of the reasons we recommend making this New Years centerpiece. Other reasons to make a pinecone centerpiece are:

  1. It’s affordable
  2. They are neutral enough to go with any other type of decorations
  3. It’s great as a gift
  4. It is easy to add any type of sign you would like to it!
Over heard view of a new years centerpiece with pine cones, ribbon, embellishments and a 2022 sign

You can be as clever and creative as you wish with these centerpieces. You could even keep it out year round and add other signs to it throughout the year! Whatever works best for your household works best for this craft.

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New years centerpiece with pine cones, ribbon, embellishments and a 2022 sign.

How to Make a New Years Centerpiece Craft using Pine Cones

I shared the tutorial for making this New Years centerpiece craft on a Facebook Live which you can catch here.

Using a drill with a bit the size of the dowel/skewer, drill a hole in the end of the pine cone where the stem is.

Next, paint the pine cones and let them dry completely on a piece of wax paper or parchment paper to keep it from sticking.

Once dry, apply a generous amount of glue to the dowel/skewer and place the dowel/skewer into the hole in the pine cone.

Take some ribbon or paper and curl it before placing them in the vase.

Rolled ribbon placed at the bottom of a glass vase.

Add the pine cones on the dowels/skewers in the vase.

Add some greenery to the vase and lastly, add a “Happy New Year” sign.

Close up of a 2022 sign and painted pine cones.

How did your New Years centerpiece turn out? Make sure to show it off to us! Tag us on Facebook or Instagram– we can’t wait to see it!

More New Years Crafts

If you’re looking for crafts to ring in the new year, then you’ll love these free sparkling Happy New Year printables, these chalky painted jars, this metallic painted star garland and this upcycled frosted wine bottle centerpiece idea.

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New years centerpiece with pine cones, ribbon, embellishments and a 2022 sign placed on a table with text overlay.

Enjoyable New Years Centerpiece Craft using Pine Cones

Jane and Sonja
Thisis such a lovely way to make a pinecone centerpiece festive!
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  • Using a drill with a bit the size of the dowel/skewer, drill a hole in the end of the pine cone where the stem is.
  • Next, paint the pine cones and let them dry completely.
  • Apply a generous amount of glue to the dowel/skewer and place the dowel/skewer into the hole in the pine cone.
  • Take some ribbon and curl it and place it in the vase.
  • Add the pine cones on the dowels/skewers in the vase.
  • Add some greenery to the vase and add a “Happy New Year” sign.
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