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To make sure that the pine cones used in decorating are critter free...bake at 200 for 45 minutes...good to know.

Friendly reminder: as you collect those pinecones and acorns this season, remember to bake the bugs out! Pre-heat your oven to 200 degrees and then put your pine cones in for 45 minutes.

Get rid of insects in your pinecones before you decorate with them! ,,, probably works with acorns too - I hate those icky little things that hatch out of them!

Get rid of insects in your pinecones before you decorate with them!

Bake pinecones to get rid of insects and sap. Preheat oven to Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil. Place a single layer of pinecones on a lined baking sheet. Bake for minutes.

Christmas stocking, red cotton ticking  stocking, vintage linen cuff, personalized by NanLouise on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/242495787/christmas-stocking-red-cotton-ticking

Christmas stocking, red cotton ticking stocking, vintage linen cuff, personalized by NanLouise on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/242495787/christmas-stocking-red-cotton-ticking

Classic Cuffed Christmas Stocking Pattern | Positively Splendid {Crafts, Sewing, Recipes and Home Decor}

Classic Cuffed Christmas Stocking Pattern

Luscious Strawberries Vintage Tablecloth and Chenille Christmas Stocking

Luscious Strawberries Vintage Tablecloth and Chenille Christmas Stocking re - pinned by Vintage Travel NZ

Stocking made from vintage linen

alice brans posted Lamp shade made from vintage crochet doilies to their -crochet ideas and tips- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet.

Tutorial: French Ticking Stocking Trimmed with Vintage Linens - and I love the glittered letter monogram <3

Tutorial: French Ticking Stocking Trimmed with Vintage Linens - and I love the glittered letter monogram

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