Thursday, November 5th, 2009

Lake Tahoe Pine Cones

Lake Tahoe Pinecones - Santa's Favorite Pine Cone Company

Lake Tahoe Pinecones - Santa's Favorite Pine Cone Company

This is the time of year that we all go on the hunt for the perfect pine cones to decorate homes and offices with.  No one understand design as well as  Mother Nature so it makes perfect sense to bring natural beauty into our homes during the holiday season. One of our favorite places for pine cones is  Lake Tahoe Pine Cones.

These natural pine cones are  picked in and around Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada region. This company cares deeply about the environment and gather only pine cones that have fallen naturally.  They are then put through a natural drying process which creates a beautiful, high quality, great smelling and long lasting product.

How to Decorate With Pine Cones

One of our favorite Christmas decorations is simple and beautiful. We order our perfect pine cones from Lake Tahoe Pine Cones and then place them in a large basket on the hearth. By adding an arrangement of evergreen branches from the branches cut from the bottom of the Christmas tree and possibly a few glowing red Christmas ornaments we have a lovely and timeless focal piece that we absolutely hate to dismantle at the end of the season.

You can also create a quick and easy centerpiece for your dining room table using pine cones and pine needle branches. Simply add a few pine cones to the center of a clear or colored glass bowl.  Surround the pine cones with fragrant pine needle branches until you create a pleasing arrangement. You can also add nuts, cinnamon sticks, flowers or berries to achieve the look you want.

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3 Responses

November 6, 2009
Deborah Hart

I,too, love to decorate with pinecones! I especially love the ones that have been scented with cinnamon. Great article!

November 6, 2009
Deborah Hart

How can I put my picture where the little weeble is when I make a comment?

November 9, 2009
Santa Claus

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