|just imagine them in a glass bowl
I can't believe anyone has the rights to pink painted glittery pine cones. The photo was nice, but just in a crafty photo--look what I did kinda way, not in a professional photographer can sell this way.
The point here is the the pink painted glittery pine cones were about to disappear from my life. I could not let this happen. I liked those freakin' pine cones! I wanted to keep them on my Crafty-Things-I-Want-To-Do-Someday board because my memory isn't worth the powder to blow it to hell. I would definitely forget them if they were not pinned.
This project was supposed to be done when I could find the perfect pine cones that would be painted outside on an eighty degree summer day with no wind. Instead, I picked up some leftover pine cones while out walking on Sunday. Then today, I was out in 30 degree weather with high winds spray painting in order to have something to pin on my board.
So that is the story of the pink painted glittery pine cones that had to be made and blogged about so that they could be pinned.