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Coffee filters are more durable than most people think and can be used in a mind-boggling number of ways!

Coffee Filter Garland

DIY // Coffee Filter Garland – 31 Bits

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Little bags made of coffee filters

Pure and Noble: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Coffee Filters

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Poppy Art // Make

poppies Archives - Art Bar

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Giant paper garland

i'm crushing on coffee filters - pamgarrison

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Coffee Filter Valentine's Wreath

Mandi Being Crafty: Valentine's Wreath {Tutorial}

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Gorgeous coffee filter flower tutorial

Coffee Filter Flower

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Coffee filter stars. (Tutorial)

Sea Gypsy Studio: Coffee Filter Stars Tutorial

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Using a coffee filter to make a snowflake... what a great idea! Already in a circle, gives the 3D effect when unfolded, and cheaper than using up all my paper budget!

Winter Craft: Coffee Filter Snowflakes : Homeschool Blog

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Matthew Parker Events - events - coffee filter sculpture with Sam Trout

Can not wait to try this! Chihuly bowls without special products - just coffee filters and liquid starch.

Art in the Middle...school

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Abstract art with coffee filters and rubber cement resist

Dilly-Dali Art: Abstract Art

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The paper garland is made from recycled paper, coffee filters, tulle and organza.

Peonies from coffee filters! need to learn...

Brown Paper Packages: Pretty Paper Peonies!

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Coffee filter wall art

  • Paola Bear

    How do you do this?

  • Tracey van Lent

    @Paola Bear They are clean, unused coffee filters, each attached to the wall with thumb-tacks (you could use gold or any colour). Some are smoothed down flat and others are scrunched away from the wall to create more of a 3-D flower. There are also some little rows of thumbtacks making a few stems in between the flowers. The trick is to have a nice sweeping design that is thicker and thinner in places. Hope that helps.

  • Tracey van Lent

    @Paola Bear Several websites with this image say it is coffee filters but now I am inclined to believe it is paper doilies and cupcake liners with large orange thumbtacks. See www.curbly.com/users/capree...

More filter flowers- DIY

Aunt Peaches: Recycle Crafts

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