Coffee Filter Wreath

4 Materials
1 Hour
A beautiful and easy wreath made from coffee filters for less than $5! Using a hot glue gun and coffee filters you can transform your space in less than an hour!
I love easy DIY projects that can be completed in a short amount of time, like my  book page wreath and super popular   rag (scrap fabric) wreath! The shorter the time it takes to make something awesome, the better!
Group together 2 coffee filters and scrunch up. Place a large dab of glue on the closed end of the coffee filters
Attach to the wreath working around the wreath in rows.Just keep going around and around filling in every spot. You don’t want to see green through any gaps.
Fluff the coffee filters if needed to help fill out areas throughout the wreath.
When you’re done, if the shape is a little off on one side, etc you can always trim the filters with scissors. I didn’t trim mine because I really liked the look of the “layered” filters. You can always add a colored ribbon to hang it with, or accent it with flowers or heck, even tea dye or Cool-Aid dye the filters beforehand if you want to add some color!
I love this wreath! It's so gorgeous!

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  • Yvette Scheiman Yvette Scheiman on Feb 05, 2020

    Can this be spray painted or is that too heavy for the thin paper?


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