Autumn Coffee Filter Wreath

This year I made another coffee filter wreath but with artichokes and sunflowers. Gearing up for Fall. I love it! Please use the link provided in this post for full instructions on how to make the wreath.
Autumn Coffee Filter Wreath
Hot glue the filters to the styrofoam wreath. A 12" - 14" wreath is good.
Artichokes and Sunflowers will be the focal point items. Remove all stems.
Choose smaller items for fillers around the focal pieces. All decorative items are hot glued to the filters.
Insert a small eye screw to the top and hot glue it for stability and hang on the wall with some twine.

Recaptured Charm
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  • Dona Dona on Oct 23, 2018

    How do you get the coffee filters to ruffle like they are for the wreath

  • Missy Missy on Oct 18, 2019

    I Love it. Did you use the unbleached coffee filters ? Does the hot glue melt the foam ?


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  • Lisa Sasala Lisa Sasala on Sep 27, 2015
    Sorry I went to the full tutorial and found my answer.

  • Cheryl Cheryl on Sep 27, 2015
    I LOVE my wreath....I kept it in a plastic box in the attic and it is in great shape! On the front door as we speak! Thank you for such a great idea and sharing it!