Coffee Filter Snowflake Ornaments ~ Super Inexpensive Christmas Decor

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Searching for an AWESOME way to add WOW to your Christmas Tree Decorations? Make these Coffee Filter Snowflakes Ornaments! For just pennies you can fill your tree with these bright and fluffy ornaments that can be customized for any color scheme!
I adore the traditional Christmas colors of red and green. Unfortunately, those colors can sometimes blend in with the greenery. So I'm solving that problem by adding pops of white snowflake ornaments to my tree.

All you need for this DIY ornament are coffee filters and plastic snowflake ornaments. The color of the snowflakes can totally be changed to match the color scheme of your Christmas decor. {See the original post for a complete list of supplies needed.}
WOW! Just look at what an impact these white ornaments make on my Christmas tree!

Make sure to click on the link at the bottom of this post to go straight to the tutorial.

DIY Coffee Filter Ornaments are an AWESOME way to add WOW to your Christmas Tree Decorations. Make these Coffee Filter Snowflakes ~ Inexpensive Holiday Ornaments for your Holiday Decor!

Make sure to visit the blog for all my frugal Christmas projects {especially how I turned my FAKE Christmas tree into FABulous ~ you'll never guess what I used for my trick!}.
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Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
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  • Kristi Kristi on Dec 10, 2015
    Great idea! But my comment was about the dessert glass you used for the weight. I have some glasses just like those!!! They're my mum's from 'way long ago. There were two sizes (the short stout one and a taller version) and I believe they were a peanut butter container campaign back in the late 60s or early 70s? My mum handed them off to me long ago and I still make pudding in them, just as we did in my youth. Okay. Sorry for the left-field comment. :)

  • Marion Hamilton Marion Hamilton on Dec 10, 2015
    Does anyone have the instructions for a Christmas Tree picture made with old jewellry pieces on Velvet and framed?

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