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Coffee Filter Wreath

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Wake up your creative spirit this holiday season with a wreath featuring artfully arranged coffee filters. It's easy to make and costs less than $10!

Coffee Filter Wreath

Project Overview

Skill Level

Beginner

Estimated Time

A few hours

Estimated Cost

$$$$$

Tools and Materials

Tools

  • Hot glue gun (#74402)

Materials

  • Bunn 100-pack coffee filters (#151322)
  • SuperVent 8"x1" locking band (#37633)

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Instructions

Step 1

Separate coffee filters and lay them out flat. Now fold each filter in half, then in half again (so they're folded in quarters).

Step 2

Hot-glue a layer of filters to the outside of the locking band, separating each filter by about half an inch and fluffing them out as necessary.

Step 3

Glue a second layer of filters along the top of the band.

Step 4

Glue a third layer along the inside of the band, leaving just a little space free of filters to make hanging easier. We used the entire box of 100 filters by the time we were finished.

Step 5

Completed coffee filter wreath

We adorned the wreath with a poinsettia made from wallpaper (#88936, model #SF084914) and cedar balls (#86864). First, cut out leaf shapes from the wallpaper (or scrap paper) and glue together in a poinsettia-like arrangement. Then spray-paint three cedar balls green (we used Rust-Oleum Gloss Fern) and glue them to the middle of the arrangement. Finally, glue the poinsettia to the wreath, hang with a ribbon, and enjoy!