Coffee Filter Wreath Tutorial

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A beautiful Coffee Filter Wreath to decorate your home. These wreaths can be made with white or brown coffee filters.  The edges are painted with acrylic paint to match the occasion or decor.   The heart shaped background is made using foam board then the coffee filters are hot glued onto the  board.


Your only expense is a package of coffee filters and a small bottle of paint.

 Both cost about $1 each.  Paint the edges then hot glue them to a foam board.

How To Make A Coffee Filter Wreath Tutorial

 Supplies you will need:

1 package of coffee filters (200 count)

1 Bottle of paint

1 Sponge paint brush

Hot glue gun

Heart shape cut out on a piece of cardboard

Click here to get the full TUTORIAL (PDF file)

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  9. This is really cool!
  10. LOVE IT! Way to go Marti!

    Thanks for linking up at The DIY Dreamer... From Dream To Reality! See you tomorrow evening! :)
  11. This is adorable!!! I always forget about doing this technique. Thank you for linking up in our Crafty Showcase last week.

    Thanks for sharing!

    xoxo Susie @Bowdabra

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  12. Great wreath! Very inventive, and lovely assistant you have--aren't the furries the best helpers? Happy Weekend!
  13. Very creative. This would be a cute way to do flowers too! Thanks for linking up to WWAW!

  14. Such a creative idea. Love it. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty
  15. I made one at Christmas time. I just saved my old ones and let them dry. I just sprayed red paint on them but I like your idea best. I think I posted mine over at Kathe's around Christmas time. I am your newest follower.
  16. How clever! Who knew coffee filters could look so attractive. :)
  17. Hi Marti...can you believe that I'm yet to make a coffee filter wreath?...oh yeah..what kind of blogger am I? lol..well you probably gave me the last push to attempt making one! Thanks for hosting the party and for posting this beauty! Lizy
  18. Love this!! Pinning!!

    See you at Let's Get Social Sunday tomorrow:)

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