This week, I have been “crafting” with several projects. Today Im sharing my attempt at a coffee filter wreath. I have seen these on several blogs & they looked simple to make (my kind of craft). I love how this one turned out. It totally fancies up the vintage window.
Who knew you could make a wreath out of coffee filters! How neat.
It took me about 45 minutes to make. All I purchased for the project was a Styrofoam circular wreath, brown ribbon, glue sticks, and coffee filters (one pack of 100). The project cost less than $10.
Brown ribbon looks great with the brown coffee filters.
Hang the ribbon first.
Fold the filter in half.
Then fold it in half again.
Then glue the bottom half of the filter and attach it to the back of the filter.
Keep going until you are happy with the fullness. You will need to make multiple layers. I didn’t use the whole pack of filters (maybe 2/3 of them).
Thats it! So simple.
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