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11 Inexpensive Quality Home Decor DIY Projects

11 Inexpensive Quality Home Decor DIY Projects

Coffee Filter Wreath There is really no specific way to crinkle or glue the coffee filters onto your wreath. I have seen some people fold the bottoms of each one and pin to the wreath, I go the easy and cheap way – scrunch, glue, hold for a second, DONE!

Craft a beautiful winter monogram wreath for your front door this season. First, paint a wood monogram and then add dimensional snow with Snow Writer®. Once it's dry, wire the monogram to a premade berry and pinecone wreath. All of the supplies you need for this project can be found at your local Michaels store.

Craft a beautiful winter monogram wreath for your front door this season. First, paint a wood monogram and then add dimensional snow with Snow Writer®. Once it's dry, wire the monogram to a premade berry and pinecone wreath. All of the supplies you need for this project can be found at your local Michaels store.

Use coffee filters & food coloring to create this pretty #wreath for spring!

Dip and Dye Coffee Filter Wreath

Step 1. Buy 4 small hearts from craft store.   Step 2: place hot glue on end of ribbon. Step 3: Glue ribbon to the heart. Wait for glue to cool before wrapping. Step 4: wrap ribbon    Step 5: Repeat 3...

Step 1. Buy 4 small hearts from craft store. Step 2: place hot glue on end of ribbon. Step 3: Glue ribbon to the heart. Wait for glue to cool before wrapping. Step 4: wrap ribbon Step 5: Repeat 3...

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