Fall Coffee Filter Wreath


This is the second coffee filter wreath I've made. I made one last year for Christmas and I knew I wanted one for Fall. So easy and takes only a couple of hours. See the full tutorial here http://www.recapturedcharm.com/2012/09/fall-coffee-filter-wreath.html
A couple of hours will get you a pretty spiffy and inexpensive new fall wreath.  Unbleached coffee filters, a foam wreath and the decorations of your choice.  Pretty great results from a whole lotta nothin.  http://www.recapturedcharm.com/2012/09/fall-coffee-filter-wreath.html
A couple of hours will get you a pretty spiffy and inexpensive new fall wreath. Unbleached coffee filters, a foam wreath and the decorations of your choice. Pretty great results from a whole lotta nothin. http://www.recapturedcharm.com/2012/09/fall-coffee-filter-wreath.html
A couple of hours will get you a pretty spiffy and inexpensive new fall wreath.  Unbleached coffee filters, a foam wreath and the decorations of your choice.  Pretty great results from a whole lotta nothin.  http://www.recapturedcharm.com/2012/09/fall-coffee-filter-wreath.html
A couple of hours will get you a pretty spiffy and inexpensive new fall wreath. Unbleached coffee filters, a foam wreath and the decorations of your choice. Pretty great results from a whole lotta nothin. http://www.recapturedcharm.com/2012/09/fall-coffee-filter-wreath.html
A couple of hours will get you a pretty spiffy and inexpensive new fall wreath.  Unbleached coffee filters, a foam wreath and the decorations of your choice.  Pretty great results from a whole lotta nothin.  http://www.recapturedcharm.com/2012/09/fall-coffee-filter-wreath.html
A couple of hours will get you a pretty spiffy and inexpensive new fall wreath. Unbleached coffee filters, a foam wreath and the decorations of your choice. Pretty great results from a whole lotta nothin. http://www.recapturedcharm.com/2012/09/fall-coffee-filter-wreath.html
A couple of hours will get you a pretty spiffy and inexpensive new fall wreath.  Unbleached coffee filters, a foam wreath and the decorations of your choice.  Pretty great results from a whole lotta nothin.  http://www.recapturedcharm.com/2012/09/fall-coffee-filter-wreath.html
A couple of hours will get you a pretty spiffy and inexpensive new fall wreath. Unbleached coffee filters, a foam wreath and the decorations of your choice. Pretty great results from a whole lotta nothin. http://www.recapturedcharm.com/2012/09/fall-coffee-filter-wreath.html

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  • Itsmemic
    on Feb 21, 2018

    now THAT is frugal !! And SOOO COOOLLLLL !!!! Been saving my filters for something but had no idea what!! Now I know !! Perfect !!
  • Joy Teel Cleckley
    on Aug 25, 2018

    I have made a Christmas wreath from these coffee filters and it takes wayyyyy more than 2 hours to hot glue the filters to the wreath. I then purchased the rusty mini elements from hobby lobby to coordinate with the natural color, placed burlap poinsttias, topped of with a burlap bow. I used about 2 packages of filters.

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