Check out my blog post! I spray mine outside the bag first but you can do it in the bag. You can either buy plain, unscented ones from a craft store or online, or you can pick some up in your neighborhood.
Normally I enlist the help of my nephews and we visit a cemetery that is rife with them. Remove any debris caught inside the pinecones.
Personal Care Products Household. Use 4 parts paint or varnish to 1 part water. Before beginning take your pine cones and clear away any bits and pieces that want to fall off and toss them. As for scenting that is a personal choice. Allow the pinecones to cool for at least 10 minutes. Amy has a personal blog at My 40 Life.
Pinecones open as they dry up, and baking is a quick and easy way to dry them out. Fill a sink, tub, or bucket with two parts water and one part white vinegar.DIY -Cinnamon Scented PineCones
Yes No. A small bottle should last you quite a few times of refreshing depending on how much you use.
More posts you might like! What really takes pine cones to the next level is if you get scented versions.
Don't worry -- they'll open up again when they dry. June 14, 2009 1 found this helpful.
Scented pine cones are basically gigantic potpourri.