Wreath – Coffee Filter Flowers

This simple coffee filter flower wreath is perfect for most occasions. Simply change the colors for a theme. Red & Green for Christmas. Pink or blue for baby shower. Red, blue and white for the Fourth of July. Brown and orange for ThanksGiving and fall. Red for Valentine's Day ...


Wreath – Coffee Filter Flowers

What you need

Coffee Filters (about 30 filters)
Colored Markers
Water
Q-tips
Scissors
Tape
Foam ring/Wreath base




Instructions

For each flower take 3 coffee filters in your hand, fold in half, then in fourth, again in eighths.

Color the tip or half of all filters one color or several.

Dip slightly in water.  The water will seep through the filter and create beautiful  effects.

Lay out each filter till dry.

When dry, put the 3 filters again and punch a tiny hole on the middle of all 3 flowers. Push a q-tip through the hole, that will be the stem of the flower and the cotton part is the bud of the flower.

You can color the bud black if you choose.

Gather the bottom of each flower tightly near the q-tip and put tape around cupping the flower so that it will look like a flower.

Insert each flower in a Styrofoam wreath form. To make the q-tips easier to go into the Styrofoam  cut each q-tip at an angle 3/4 of each.

This project was submitted by Michelle Moons.

 

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Comments

  1. Fun, Fun, fun, we used our coffee filters for making a wall banner for my daughter’s birthday oarty, we also lined our stairs with them and added balloons, really cute.

    Dee

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