Our little felt and pinecone elves are still our all-time top holiday crafts for kids! And if you enjoy these, you can check out our whole pine cone craft roundup. If you are anything like us, once you start one pine cone craft, you will want to try all of them.
When making these pinecone elves with smaller kids, you can precut all of the felt pieces and have them join you to assemble with white craft glue. You can download the PDF below and cut these felt pieces by hand. Or you can always use a cutting machine with a rotary blade if you download our SVG file.
To make this craft even easier, we have a full video class as well as a step-by-step photo tutorial. So just, follow along for elvish enchantment made easy!
Skill level: Beginner
Crafting tip: We recommend you attach the beads onto the pine cones and allow them to dry if you are using the craft glue. Or use your hot glue gun for a quick assembly before adding the felt pieces.
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- Cricut Maker or Silhouette Cameo 4 (optional)
- Detail Scissors
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun or Art Glitter Glue
- Posca Paint Pen – 1MR Ultra Fine Pen – Black
- Posca Paint Marker – 3M Fine Reversible Bullet – Red
- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt — Ruby, Paprika, Fern, Moss, and Blue Spruce.
- Pine Cones
- Lia Griffith Natural Wood Macrame Beads — 1″
- Mini Jingle Bells
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.
Love these pine cone elves! Going to make some this evening!
They are classic cuties!
Lia What is the size of the pinecones used for this project?
Thank you Patricia
I will have to guess, but I would say between 3-4 inches.
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Of all the pine cone ideas that ever appear on craft project sites, the Lia Griffith ones are ALWAYS the best! Bravo!
Janet Dunn (an old and practiced hand of 83!)
Thank you Janet, that means so much to us!!
I don’t see the quantity, size or quality the supplies/ materials. Other than the picture, is there a supply/material list? Pine Cone Elves.
You will find the tools and materials needed in this post https://liagriffith.com/felt-and-pine-cone-elves/
Sorry for the confusion, we will be adding the materials to this post as well!
I’ve just paid $10 & the site keeps asking me to become a member. Can’t download pattern. Huh?
So sorry you are having this problem! Please email email@example.com so we can help you get this sorted out 🙂