Diann Sapien
Diann Sapien
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  • Somersworth, NH

Coffee Filter Wreath!


Grab some cheap coffee filters from the Dollar Tree and a foam board or cardboard, which ever you have on hand. Some misc deco. I got mine from thrift stores and misc items. Hot glue gun and sticks and get ready to make people wonder where you got such a beautiful wreath!
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I cut a circle out onto my foam board. I used a big mixing bowl I had to draw my outline for it. Used a smaller bowl for the middle to cut out and started folding my filters as shown in the picture. I then placed 2 side by side all the way around the foam board with hot glue.
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After it was all done I hot glued my misc deco onto it. You can't see it but after I sprayed the whole wreath lightly with spray glitter I saved from Halloween time :) Super cheap project and fun for us all to do :) As you can see I even made one for Fall :)

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2 questions
  • Mary Halberg
    on Oct 23, 2016

    Okay how did you get it to look like it was wrapped around

    • Diann Sapien
      on Nov 3, 2016

      What do you mean by wrapped around? Its a foam board I cut into a circle and I hot glued the filters side by side all around it. Hope that helps :)

    • Dolores
      on Oct 24, 2017

      Do you start putting the filters center around
    • Diann Sapien
      on Oct 28, 2017

      I did mine side by side so 2 to each "Row" hope this helps :)
  • Bonnie
    on Oct 28, 2017

    How many filters does it take for this?
    • Diann Sapien
      on Oct 28, 2017

      It's been awhile since I did this so I don't recall. Id just grab 2 packages from the dollar tree. :)

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