How to Make Cinnamon-Scented Pinecones


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How to Make Cinnamon-Scented Pinecones

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“Cinnamon-scented pine cones can be purchased at craft stores for around $10, but you can make them at home for just a fraction of the cost. Go pine cone gathering in your neighborhood and bring home as many as you want. Start this project well in advance of when you need them because it takes between four and six weeks for the pine cones to properly infuse the cinnamon scent.”

 

Here’s a fun craft that’s appropriate to do for both fall and winter, and if you start now, your pinecones will be ready just at the official start of fall! Once they’re ready, try placing them in a decorative bowl anywhere you want to fragrance the air.

 

How to Make Cinnamon-Scented Pinecones

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