Bleaching Pinecones is one of my favorite Christmas DIY’S! They are gorgeous and blonde and ethereal looking! And they are really easy, albeit a bit messy, to create. With just three ingredients you can have pinecones that add a magical beauty to your Christmas decor. Make them NOW and use them to decorate this holiday season! I’ll show you how…

Even if you are not crafty you can do this beautiful bleached pinecones diy! 

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  1. Jillian @ says:

    These are beautiful and so simple! Thank you for sharing. These will be added to my decor this year! #wineddown

  2. Barbara Chapman says:

    Hi Yvonne, love your soft bleached pinecones!
    Thank you for sharing them at Share Your Style ~ I followed your link to the actual post and I hope you’ll be alright with it, I borrowed a photo for next week’s features. <3 Pinned, too.

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and I love reading Home Style Saturdays ~ get to play catch-up,
    Hugs and blessings,
    Barb 🙂

  3. Bea Eichmann says:

    Beautiful pine cones idea!!

  4. Lopez Maria says:

    Hola como se hacen los pinecones blanqueados, gracias

  5. Great idea. Just received my YL starter kit. Would you recommend scenting bleached pinecones? I currently have a batch soaking in bleach. Bleaching cones is one of my all time favorite ideas of yours. They turn out beautiful. Greatly appreciate that timeless tip.

    1. I don’t think that would hurt. However, make sure there is no bleach aroma still left in the bleached pinecones. I love bleached pinecones too!

  6. I was unable to find the instructions on bleaching pinecones.