Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Coffee Filter Wreath

This is one of those projects that took minutes, really just minutes. I’ve been wanting to make a book page wreath, like I’ve been seeing everywhere these days, I got started and realized that this project might just outlast my patience. So I improvised.
I had a white Styrofoam wreath that I found on a clearance table for a quarter. And I had a bunch of coffee filters that we keep on hand for kid projects. I gathered up some pins from the craft drawer. Then I used the pins to put the scrunched up filters on the wreath. I hung a ribbon with another pin and it was done.
My kind of craft is really easy and quick these days-my days are just filled with other things that occupy a lot of time. I literally did this in about five minutes.
Come back later and see how it’s hanging out on my wall.
I’m sharing with Kimba and Kim today.


  1. I have seen these with cupcake liners but the large coffee filters are pretty cute too...come say hi!

  2. Love this!!! I think my kids would get into this! Thanks for the great idea.

  3. love the fluffy white texture from the coffee liners. great idea!

    ~ Emily N. from "too Blessed to Stress"

  4. That is really beautiful...i can't believe it's made with coffee filters...nice job!!

  5. Very cute! What a fun idea!

  6. You could dip the edges in watercolor to make the edges a different color and to give it a different look.....Awesome idea though.

  7. Very Cute!!!! I think even I could do that!! xxoo

  8. I would have never thought of this! Or the cupcake liners Sandra mentioned. I also am more drawn to simple things these days. Today I made note cards utilizing my scanner and printer instead of doing hand stamped, collage type cards. I posted about them at my blog. Sometimes simplicity is more beautiful to me than something elaborate.

  9. This looks so neat and airy- I like it! We have a package of those filters too- we don't drink coffee, so I have a LOT of craft projects left in that package :) I think the kids and I will give this a try!


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