Spring Flower Pot Decor Using Coffee Filters and a Box!


Need pretty, spring decor that costs almost nothing? Grab your coffee filters, a box and a yardstick and get started.
Spring flower decor using coffee filters!
Cut out circles from your box
Cut out the shape of a flower pot from your box.
Take coffee filters and smoosh them together in the center.
Staple the smooshed part.
Dip into a plate of paint
You will have color-tipped petals.
Bend the filter at the staple and Hot glue it down to your cardboard. Continue this sort of stacking them alongside each other.
More details on this at https://maggiemaysgifts.wordpress.com/2015/03/12/spring-floral-craft-using-coffee-filters/
Once they are all glued down, you will have a pretty flower.
Glue them (and your painted pot) to your painted yardstick for a potted flower!
This is explained in more detail at https://maggiemaysgifts.wordpress.com/2015/03/12/spring-floral-craft-using-coffee-filters/

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To see more: https://maggiemaysgifts.wordpress.com/2015/03/12/spring-floral-craft-using-coffee-filters/

Have a question about this project?

1 question
  • Carrie
    on May 9, 2019

    Will the rain mess them up

    • Maggie May's Gifts
      on May 10, 2019

      Most likely. Depending on the paint you use, it could bleed. And the coffee filters would lose their fluff if they got wet.

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