The draw for me about wreath-style crafts: they're fast as can be, and are relatively high visibility for lots of opportunity to see them and congratulate yourself on a job well done.
Here, I simply took my gold pinecones from a previous life as a Christmas garland, and was like, you're going to love this new assignment I've got for you. They were like, we're in, so I attached them to ribbon, which I then knotted and hung on the door. The most time consuming (and sticky) part was tying ribbon to the pinecone stems.
This satisfies the space of wintertime between wreath-appropriate holidays. This adornment says, hey, it's unspecifically winter, which is pretty much what I was going for.
Hey, Jen, maybe we could spatter paint pinecones.
Today was about a zillion degrees below zero, so apart from an ill-conceived walk to the library, Edie and I were homebound today. This is a pretty accurate portrayal of our daily interactions.