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Painting pine cones with fall scented paint

need~
pine cones
washable paint
fall spices (ex. pumpkin spice, cinnamon, nutmeg, and apple pie spice)

For this activity we played around a little with different ways to make the pine cones scented. We mixed the spices with some paint and even tried painting first then dipping the pine cones (still wet from the paint) into the spices. In the end we ended up doing both. Once they are dried you can make different things using them. We made a scented pine cone bouquet with ours. 

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