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Crafty Coffee Filter Wreath

By: Lisa from recapturedcharm.com
Updated July 31, 2018
Crafty Coffee Filter Wreath
Crafty Coffee Filter Wreath
This image courtesy of recapturedcharm.com

With a few inexpensive materials, you can make a simple decoration to spread the cheer of the fall season. This Crafty Coffee Filter Wreath is just what you need to put the spirit of fall right on your front door. Follow along with this tutorial to learn how to make a paper wreath using some coffee filters. This project is so easy to create, you might even want to make a few extra to hang inside your home as well. Coffee filter crafts are fabulous to make because they are low-budget and offer plenty of room for trying new things.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueGeneral Paper Crafting

Easy

SeasonFall

Project TypeMake a Project

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Lovely! Lovely! Lovely! Autumn is one of my favorite times of year and I have quite a bit of seasonal household decor for it, but I feel an urge to add this one into the mix. I really like the natural feel to it but I might go a little brighter by adding in some brighter orange pumpkins. I also love the artisan doing it in white with silver and red embellishments for Christmas. Don't forget to put the hanger on before you get started!

Another stunning project. I have everything on hand to make this, but as with other paper crafts, I sometimes wonder if there is something you can spray on it to make the paper harder? A spray varnish? I am going to attempt this project tonight...it is truly is the most beautiful paper wreathes I have ever seen!

This is so pretty and delicate looking. I'd never think of using coffee filters to make a wreath. It looks like they're using natural-colored filters instead of white, which is what I'd use for that faded, outdoorsy look. Perfect for a fall wreath.

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