Coffee Filter Flowers


Collection of some of the coffee filter flowers that I have made for various weddings and home decor.
Black Trim. Originally made for a "Zombie Themed Wedding" These flowers will line the aisle that the bride walks down.
Classic White. This flower was originally made for a traditional wedding. Used here as decoration on my Christmas Tree.
Cobalt. Originally made for a "Day of the Dead Themed Wedding". These flowers were used on both the tables and the "Ofrienda"
Dusted Red Trim. These flowers were originally made for a "Zombie Themed Wedding" These flowers will be used in hurricane vases on the guest tables.
Marigold. These flowers were originally made for a "Day of the Dead Themed Wedding" These flowers were used on both the tables and the "Ofrienda"
Pink. These flowers were orignally made for a little girls birthday party, a baby shower, a "Day of the Dead" Themed Wedding.
Red Trim. Originally made for a "Zombie Themed Wedding" They will adorn the guest tables.
Red Trim.
Tuxedo. These flowers were originally used in a traditional wedding.

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  • Sandi
    on Oct 30, 2015

    The picture instructions are nice, but more details are needed with them.

    • Teri Uliasz Boyungs
      on Oct 30, 2015

      There are step by step directions in the comments. Directions on assembling them and different methods I've used for coloring them. Scroll through the comments. Hope that helps 😀

  • Elizabeth
    on Apr 24, 2020

    This share is a little unfinished. I've never seen instructions on a diy project left out! Maybe she doesn't want us to know. This is ridiculous ! Having to go to a blog or shuffle through comment's . One comment just says sharpie, not how to do it????? No one wants to steal your business......!!!!!!!!!!!!

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