The perfect present topper and centerpiece is under the trees. Take a walk with the kids to collect pine cones to make naturally beautiful holiday trimmings.
With adult assistance, collect several fallen pine cones. Wash your hands.
Spread newspaper on your work area and keep paper towels handy. Paint pine cones with Crayola® Washable Kid's Paint and So Big Brushes. (Crayola Premier Tempera comes in metallic gold and silver.) Dry overnight.
Add Crayola Glitter Glue for holiday sparkles. Dry overnight.
Tie cones together with ribbon. Use them as bows for special gifts, add to a wreath, or arrange as a centerpiece.
The perfect present topper and centerpiece is under the trees. Take a walk with the kids to collect pine cones to make n
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