A supersize cone from a sugar pine brings star power to this container display. Set the pinecone upright amid a bed of moss and spruce sprigs dotted with small pinecones. Top the pinecone with a faux-cardinal for eye-catching impact. A potted evergreen in a complementary green, such as this compact 'Blue Star' juniper, creates a striking combination of natural elements./
Pine cone and evergreen arrangement perfect for Christmas or winter decor. It literally costs me $1. Pines cones I got from my yard and I cut extra branches off the Christmas tree. Got the copper pot for $1 at my local thrift store. Easy!!
Christmas Decorating Hacks - Use tomato cages to make trees: since these metal frames are intended to be outside, they're ideal for creating outdoor decorations. Just snip 3 cages into different sizes, wrap with garland, and add a bow. Suddenly your yard will be full of festive evergreens.