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Simple Coffee Filter Wreath

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I created this wreath to hang on our new cathedral mirror that is above our console table. I wanted something neutral and clean... I decided a coffee filter wreath would be perfect!
These wreaths have been done many times, but this is the first one I've made and I'll be sharing the instructions below.
I love the texture this wreath adds and you'd never think it is just hundreds of coffee filters glued to a wreath form!

How to Create a Simple Coffee Filter Wreath:
The supplies for this craft are basic, you just need a 12" flat wreath form, ribbon and coffee filters. I used 400 coffee filters for this wreath!
Tie your ribbon around the wreath form, make it long enough to be a hanger.
The next two photos show you how to fold each coffee filter.
Basically, you fold it in half three times.
Fold the tip to make a point. This point is what you'll hot glue to the wreath form.
Then, hot glue each individual coffee filter down one by one in the same direction.
I think it took me 4-5 hours to make this entire wreath. I broke it up and worked on it an hour a day. It isn't hard, just time consuming.
Here is the wreath in the room, you'll see I have my console table decorated for the Spring!
Just a gorgeous detail shot of the wreath. This wreath is really easy to make, just a little time consuming... but, worth it!

Materials I used for this project:

  • Coffee filter   (wreath form)
  • Ribbon

To see more: http://www.curlycraftymom.com/2017/02/simple-coffee-filter-wreath-diy-12.html

  • Charlee Hunter
    Charlee Hunter Troy, MI
    on Mar 21, 2017

    Simply stunning.

  • Irina
    Irina Russian Federation
    on Mar 21, 2017

    Looks great and really worth trying for me. Thank for sharing!

  • Carrie @ Curly Crafty Mom
    Carrie @ Curly Crafty Mom Lake Saint Louis, MO
    on Mar 21, 2017

    Hope you have fun making it! :) It is def. a beautiful wreath that will go anywhere in the home.

  • Brenda  S.
    Brenda S. North Brunswick, NJ
    on Mar 21, 2017

    Soooo pretty! :)

  • Jeanne Martin
    Jeanne Martin Catawba, NC
    on Mar 25, 2017

    Absolutely stunning! I thought my book page wreath turned out great (sorry for bragging!) until I saw your wreath! I gotta make it now.

    • Jeanette S
      Jeanette S Atlanta, GA
      on Mar 26, 2017

      BEAUTIFUL! I have never seen a wreath I did not like! Even a bare wreath with a few pine cones and a bow is pretty. I may try this one! BTW, I have a neighbor whose son has a muscadine trellis and I am going to ask if I can have his clippngs when he trims it back! They make FANTASTIC wreaths...just start by twisting a few long vines in a circle and keep plugging in shorter ones and twisting them together...lay them out to dry!

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