Yes. I did. Everyone else in the world has one, so I should make one, too! I found a bunch of coffee filters at the thrift store for 25¢, so I had those just sitting in my craft supplies for years. The wreath I made from fabric circles based off of Domestifluf’s tutorial did NOT travel well over the last 3 years, so I stripped the foam wreath of the gnarly fabric and attached between 75-100 coffee filters. With pins.
Mine turned out really fluffy, but more directional than other coffee filter wreaths I’ve seen. I like that.
I didn’t feel the need to take any process photos because this tutorial has been made a million and a half times, so here are a few coffee filter projects (and the like) below:
- white coffee filter wreath
- coffee filter garland
- ombre coffee filter christmas tree
- craft paper wreath
- coffee filter pendant
- natural coffee filter wreath
- and . . . a crazy long round up of all sorts of other kinds of DIY wreaths
What have you been up to lately? Have you found any holiday DIYs that have found inspiring you?