Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Pom Pom Coffee Filter Wreath

Hello my lovelies! I don't know about you but I am sure anxiously awaiting Spring to arrive! We had another mild winter here in KC and these warmer temps are fueling my excitement about the tulips and daffodils that will soon visit us.
In the mean time, I decided to get a jump start on a small Spring project that I have thought about doing for some time now. This one is an easy DIY project you can do while munching on snacks and watching The Bachelor. (wink, wink)
 A while back I posted that I was playing around with my scrap fabric making rosettes and coffee filter flowers....you can see how they turned out HERE.
....and I have seen several versions of these wreaths around blog land and Pinterest so I thought I would give it a try and share the tutorial with you.

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DIY Coffee Filter Flowers

Now here is how I made my wreath.

Start with a round wreath form. (I cut mine out of an old cereal box using a circle template from my scrapbooking supplies.) 

Cut it out like so.....
Then take your coffee filters one at a time and fold......

Fold the coffee filter into half, then again, then a third time, then cut slits to make your fringe......

After that it should look similar to this,
now fold the point over and glue with a dab of hot glue.....

Then fluff your flower and hot glue it to the wreath form. Repeat the steps for each flower and your wreath will begin to take shape, flower by flower......
Fluff as you go and finally, after about 20 coffee filter flowers, you will have this....

I decided to add some hot pink burlap ribbon to it and hang it up.

Voila! Here is my pom pom coffee filter wreath hanging on the door of our china hutch.

So there ya have it. Easy, cheap, and so fun to make! I think I will make a few more before Spring is here!
Have a wonderful week and happy Valentines Day!!!!

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  1. Very cute! Nicely done!! Pinned ;) Thanks for sharing!!


  2. Hello, I'm your newest follower. This is an awesome idea.I found you on Girlish Whims blog hop and came to visit your blog. I will visit often and hope you will visit my blog sometime.

  3. How cute! I am ready for spring as well. I am your newest GFC follower, and found you via 'Adorned From Above Hop'. Have a wonderful day.
    Angie G.

  4. It turned out great! I'm going to give it a try.

  5. Great looking wreath. Thank you for sharing it at my party this week.


  6. It's so sweet, especially with that ribbon!
    Liz @ Quirky Vistas

  7. Thanks for that tutorial, Jennifer! I have seen a lot of coffee filter wreaths but none done with that technique...so fluffy and fun! I saw your post over at 52 Mantles party.

  8. I don't drink coffee, but my husband does. So I used the coffee filters for a neat project. This morning he was not pleased to find the empty box! I will have to buy my own for this wreath!

  9. So cute! It's all pretty and fluffy. Love it! ~Angela~

  10. This is so cute! Great job! Will you link to my linky party?

  11. I love your coffee filter wreath :) Thanks for sharing and linking up to Monday Funday!

  12. Love your wreath! Stop by House on the Way today to see it featured. Feel free to grab a "featured" button too. Have a great week.
    House on the Way

  13. ADORABLE! I love how versatile coffee filters are - I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,

  14. How wonderful is this!!! When I do my coffee filter bests part 2...this will be in there for sure! Hugs...

  15. So cute! Thanks so much for linking up!

  16. Love it! Can't wait to make ours! Thanks for linkin up! I'll be featuring you this weekend so feel free to grab a featured button :) XOXOXO

    Kristine from The Foley Fam {unedited} Blog

  17. Pinning this! I've seen coffee filter wreaths, and this one looks so easy! Thanks for sharing at Pinworthy Projects.


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