Pine-cones sentence example

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  • Tell tale signs of their presence include scratches on the bark of trees and chewed pine cones.
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  • Grapevines and pine cones can also turn a drab window into a rustically beautiful focal point.
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  • Potpourri, acorns, pine cones and pine branches make for an aromatic table.
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  • Adding other fall plants, such as ripe grasses (wheat, rye, etc.), twigs, or pine cones to arrangements.
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  • Tables adorned with a single low bowl filled with gilded pine cones and greenery makes an elegant statement.
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  • Lightly scented pine cones will also work.
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  • Bring the outside in by using long branches for curtain rods, and placing a bowl of pine cones on the bathroom vanity.
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  • Browse the aisles and you'll find pine cones of various sizes, both fake and fresh evergreen boughs, fake snow, plastic berries, and Styrofoam and wire wreath forms.
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  • Working over newspaper covered with plastic drop cloth or non-stick foil, drizzle white glue on the edges of the pine cones and sprinkle glitter over the glue.
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  • Twist wire into the pine cones to use as hangers.
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  • Collect pine cones from outside and wrap each cone from the middle with thin green craft wire, leaving long ends for attaching to the frame.
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  • Twist wire ends around wreath frame until pine cones are tight against each other.
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  • Begin by collecting pine cones from outside, then drill a hole in the top of each pine cone and thread a wire through for a hanger.
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  • Allow your kids to roll the pine cones in creamy peanut butter and then dip in bird seed.
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  • Design a colorful fall centerpiece with leaves (real or fake), acorns, mini pumpkins and pine cones.
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  • Acorns, pine cones are also common in the autumn.
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