Pinecone Black Crows

By | September 24, 2013

Pinecone Black Crows
We actually made these cute Black Crows last year, but since they are so cute and look so great on our Fall Mantel I wanted to share them with you.

These are very easy to make and the kids can do most of it.  I did help my daughter by spraying them with the spray paint.  She tried to do it her self but found holding the button down on the can was too hard.  I also cut out the beaks for her.

We used this as decorations last year and then I just stored them in a box with all my Halloween decorations.  They held up really great (as you can see) all I had to do was glue the feathers back on since they fell off in my over stuffed box.  But I thought these would look great on our Fall Mantel we did a few weeks ago so I pulled them out and added them.  These are a great decoration for Fall, Halloween, or even Thanksgiving.

Get more fun ideas by checking out our FALL board on Pintrest!

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Pinecones
Black Spray Paint
Small Straw Hat
Googly Eyes
Orange Felt
Black Feathers
Glue Gun

Directions

 Start by spray painting your pinecones black.  It is best to do this outside.
Then cut a triangle out of your orange felt (this will be the beak).
 Glue your googly eyes, beak, hat, and feathers onto your pinecone

 Now you have a cute Black Crow

They look really cute on our mantel with our other fall decorations!

Check out how to make the Fall Sign and Salt Dough Garland!
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15 thoughts on “Pinecone Black Crows

  1. Antonella

    Too cute! Love these, and looks like there was much fun making them which makes it even better!
    I linked over from the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party where I am participating with my
    Ghost Card and Free Cut File
    I would love it if you’d stop by.
    Hugs, antonella :-)

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    1. Ice

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      I feel like you could probably teach a class on how to make a great blog. This is fantastic! I have to say, what really got me was your design. You certainly know how to make your blog more than just a rant about an issue. Youve made it possible for people to connect. Good for you, because not that many people know what theyre doing.

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  2. Julie redheadcandecorate.com

    I absolutely love these Tracey. Thanks so much for sharing at our Inspiration Monday Party! We will be featuring these cuties at our party this weekend that opens on Sunday @ 2pm EST. :) – Julie Redheadcandecorate.com

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  3. Rhonda Gales

    These are adorable, and would be easy enough to make with my 2 and 6 year old grandchildren. Thanks for sharing, you have a new follower.

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