A great tip for making wreath: go to the plumbing department at Home Depot and grab a six foot long piece of foam tubing for cheap! Snip the length you want with scissors and duct tape the ends together.You have a really inexpensive wreath form.
Slice the foam in half, wreath will lay better against the door and bonus! - now you can make 2 wreaths. (I have got to remember this.I have the hardest time getting my wreaths to lay properly against my front door!
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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!
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Unique and Creative Cross -Talk about an inexpensive project.all you need is an old magazine that's laying around and Elmer's glue. I feel this belongs on this board. She created a special and meaningful cross.