Repurpose inexpensive coffee filters into a pretty DIY wreath for your home.
I’m sure you’ve seen these DIY coffee filter wreaths all over blogland. So easy to make and inexpensive as well.
I had a bunch of coffee filters left over since switching to a Keurig, so this is a great way to use them up.
DIY Coffee Filter Wreath Supplies
- Coffee Filters
- Foam Wreath Form
- Burlap Banner (optional)
Separate a bunch of coffee filters and pinch an individual one at the bottom to form a cone shape.
With the bottom of a pencil push the coffee filter into the foam wreath until it is secure.
Continue to add coffee filters until the wreath is full. I’m not sure how many I used, but when you are just pushing the bottom into the wreath, it goes very quickly.
You can leave the wreath as is, or add a pretty banner like I show below:
I printed Gratitude directly on burlap and added it with twine for Thanksgiving.
But I may just leave it year round, as I think it’s so important to feel gratitude all year long. I hope you enjoyed this DIY wreath idea. Another option is to decorate it for a holiday.
You could add Christmas ornaments and poinsettias, or decorate it for fall with pretty fall leaves and florals.
I could even see this decorated for Valentine’s Day with hearts and red or pink flowers. Because the wreath is a blank canvas, the possibilities are endless.
Just have fun with it and enjoy!
Happy Crafting! You may also enjoy these DIY wreath ideas:
DIY Sunflower Wreath
Wood Bead Hoop Wreath
DIY Magnolia Leaf Wreath
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