All You Need Are a Few Materials to Make This Earthy Branch and Pine Cone Holiday Decor

simple branch and pinecone hanging DIY
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This simple and sweet birch branch and pine cone hanging is the perfect minimalist touch for the winter holiday season. Hang it as an addition to a gallery wall, over the mantel, or on your front door.

Things You'll Need

Materials required
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Step 1

Cut two pieces of ribbon to your desired hanging length. For this tutorial, we measured out two feet of ribbon for each piece. Take one end of the ribbon and wrap it around the branch.

Ribbon around branch
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Step 2

Using hot glue, glue the ribbon together to form a loop.

Hot glue loop
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Loop around branch
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Step 3

Repeat on the other side of the branch.

Loops at either sides
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Step 4

Next, use the hot glue to attach the faux or fresh greenery to the center of the branch, with the stems facing towards the middle and the leaves flaring out.

Glueing greenery with hot glue
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Step 5

Now attach the pine cones on top of the stems using the hot glue. Try to place them so that the stems are hidden. Use varying sizes of pine cones for a more balanced and interesting look.

TIP: You can also wrap pipe cleaners around pine cones and secure to the branch.

Glued pine cones
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Step 6

Tie the top of the two ribbons together and hang. So simple, so lovely!

Simple branch and pine cone hanging
credit: Lucy Akins

Lucy Akins

Lucy Akins

Lucy Akins is an artist, photographer, blogger, and speaker living in Toronto, Ontario. Her work has been published in several magazines, including: C... more