I have an interesting Easter craft for you today! Perhaps you remember the Miniature Pine…
Fireworks Pine Cone Tree
It’s time for another version of my pine cone tree! This is an easy and simple idea using red, silver, and blue fireworks party picks. I ordered mine years ago and hadn’t used them up yet. I don’t see my exact toothpicks online so I linked some similar party picks.
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I taped together red, blue, and silver cocktail picks until I had used up all of my silver ones. Then I taped red and blue ones together, pictured below.
After taping them together, I used scissors to cut the toothpick ends off a lot shorter, as pictured.
Then I poked them into my Pine Cone Tree, between the pine cones!
I like the bursts of color sticking out, just like fireworks when they explode in the sky. Happy Fourth of July!
You can see all of the other Pine Cone Tree versions in the collage below.
- Mini Pom Pom Tree
- Chocolate Valentine Pine Cone Tree
- Valentine Pine Cone Tree
- Easter Egg Pine Cone Tree
- Patriotic Pine Cone Tree
- Fall Confetti Pine Cone Tree
- Jingle Bell Pine Cone Tree
- Miniature Winter Pine Cone Tree
- Rose Petal Garland
- Mini Christmas Pine Cone Tree
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