DIY: Coffee Filter Wreath


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 25ยข, 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:

What have you been up to lately? Have you found any holiday DIYs that have found inspiring you?

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    1. Parnuuna Kristiane Thornwood says:

      I’m starting to get inspired and get new ideas. But I haven’t started on anything just yet. In the weekend perhaps. :)

      I’m new to your blog, and I just want to say that it is wonderful!! :)
      Happy Thursday.

    2. Lindsay says:

      That is so pretty! I love the texture. As for holiday diys, I’m really wanting to make a glittery winter scene in a canning jar with little miniature skiing figures. I’ve been seeing the tutorial everywhere. It’s time.

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    5. Deloris Benjamin says:

      Please send me your Idears for coffee filters I am looking for things that Piople at a nursing home can make. I vole tier there and we need to keep them busy.Thanks for your help.Ms B.

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