In addition to Christmas garlands, you can still make conesMake almost all the Christmas decor for the tree and the interior of the apartment. Such decorations have many advantages: the use of natural material that gives a pleasant aroma, the opportunity to enjoy the work done with their own hands with children, saving money on expensive Christmas tree toys. To make any New Year's work of their cones, you will need, in the first place, the cones and glue themselves. Other materials - on request, availability and need: multi-colored plasticine, paints, sequins, ribbons, beads, colored paper, fabric and so on. A fantasy and inspiration can be found just below. From large pine or cedar cones makeMiniature Christmas tree. As a stand, use plastic or iron lids from cans, and multi-colored balls of cloth stuffed with cotton wool, insert into each flake. You can also use beads on a string or individual large beads. Turn every bump into a miniatureChristmas tree is possible and so. "Plant" a bump in the pots or even covers from cans of deodorant or other spray. Primer decorate with moss or cotton wool, a pot - with a ribbon, and cover the cone with "snow" - a special spray, sparkles or paint. Each lump even without additional decor itself is a pretty Christmas decoration. Just tie ribbon-ropes to them and hang them on a Christmas tree or around the room. 2012 is the year of the Dragon, so make it your ownHands of a cone of some kind and nice dinosaur. The lump itself will act as a scaly body, and all the additional elements can be douched from plasticine. In this way, many figures can be madeAnimals, people and fairy-tale characters: from miniature men to large bears. Good glue and various additional details will help make the toy truly original and unique. Yes, and the Christmas tree itself - the beauty can also be completely assembled from cones! Such a New Year's beauty does not even need to be decorated with balls and garlands. To create a New Year's mood still on the doorstep of the house - hang on the door a Christmas wreath made with own hands of cones.