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  • Dee Miller

    I need to make this Coffee Filter Wreath for the front door.

  • Dana Dyck

    Coffe filter wreath

  • Jane Blair

    My favorite #Coffee #Filter #Wreath #DIY

  • Deshalamar New York

    Coffee filter wreath, could work for any season depening on the paint colors used...this is rather ambitious, but I have a ton of extra filters laying around

  • Chelsea Russell

    Coffee Filter wreath - perhaps this weekend's project?

  • Nancy Padron

    The Coffee Filter Wreath- For my fall wreath this year!!

  • Susan Roell

    Dyed Coffee Filter Wreath~ I've been looking for craft ideas for coffee filters for ages!

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since the pods came around I don't know what to do with my stash of coffee filters .. was told they're good to use when cleaning windows & mirrors too!

The flowers on this wreath are coffee filters! I have a big ol' whopping stack of those in the studio which are totally useless for coffee making because I use a French press. Wouldn't it be fun to dye them with the kids and make a new wreath? Our naked door would appreciate it, too!

Coffee Filter Wreath with Jute Wrapped Letter - great inspiration to make one of your own!

❥ coffee filters and dye. This can be easily created with regular coffee filters and Tattered Angels mist or other dyes of your choice.

Pinterest Party Craft? Coffee Filter Wreath - so easy to make and costs under $2.00 to make!

DIY Rose of Coffee Filter: Also use markers and spray bottle of water for kids to make. Have kids lightly color 3 coffee filters the round ones, and spray lightly with H2O, let dry. use pipe cleaners to secure a stem or use clothes line clip for butterflies.