INSIDE : Learn how to make a Coffee Filter Wreath to hang in your home! You will be surprised how simple they are to make and they add such texture to any wall.
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This post has been updated since it’s original February 2014 publish date.
You’ve seen them before, coffee filters used in about every way possible. However, just because something has been done a million times on Pinterest, doesn’t mean a lady can’t still break out a simple white coffee filter wreath for her very own.
Today I am sharing my own take on a Coffee Filter Wreath.
What do I need to make a coffee filter wreath?
How do I make a wreath using coffee filters?
I’ve been wanting to try out this wire wreath form for a while. I’ve seen numerous people use them and they appear so simple. Mine wreath is about 8″ wide, but any size will do just perfectly.
You can use any color of coffee filter for this project, but I was excited for nice crisp white for mine.
Start by folding each of your coffee filters in quarters. I did batches of about 12 at a time.
Once the filters were folded, I very lightly dipped them in a mixture of gold acrylic paint. I wanted just the very tip of my filters to be edged in gold, but you could also add more paint for a fun look.
I fell in love with the simple beauty of these filters with tips of shimmery gold.
I probably took about 20 pictures of them while they dried, ha.
After the filters dried completely, I started sticking them into my wire wreath form.
Gold Dipped Coffee Filter Wreath
I am really pleased with the final product. I have the perfect spot for this little wreath to go in our home.
And once I’m ready to make a new wreath, it will be easy to pop these filters out and use my wire form again!
- Start by folding each of your coffee filters into quarters. You can do batches of about 12 at a time.
- Once the filters were folded, lightly dip the edge of them in gold acrylic paint.
- After the filters have dried completely, start adding them to your wire wreath form using hot glue to hold.
- Keep the coffee filters tight together to create a beautiful full look.
- Hang and enjoy!