Those look so interesting... what kind of pine? I don't think those grow in the forests up here. I collect cones as well, and then I come across boxes of dusty ones and try to remember what the plan had been...lol.
These are from the pine tree in our front yard. These may be the start of the larger cones. They normally are found in the fall when the squirrels start eating the green cones. They usually come attached to some of the greenery. I will take a picture next time I see a little cone attached to the needles.My Mother collected pine cones also. My Dad took a picture of her once with a grocery bag full of pine cones that she had collected on a trip.At one point I was going to cover a picture frame with these.
I look forward to the picture... oh the pine cone crafts one could do if they had the time... I think some Victorian women gained some craft time by being cinched into corsets and unable to do anything else... not sure I'd trade but some of those crafts are astounding...
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