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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!


fall wreath tutorial using coffee filter flowers. Uses a grapevine wreath, craft paints mixed with water to tint the filters, then cut and pleat across a piece of masking tape and roll to flower shape. Great tutorial on the flowers, seems easy!

My Romantic Home: How To Make a Seashell Wreath

Make a seashell wreath with your seashells for beach theme decorating. Great DIY - Add shells to a wreath for flowers! (LOTS OF GLUE!

flower wreath tips and trick

Fall Burlap and Flower Wreath

Trick for putting flowers on a wreath with pins instead of hot glue and burlap attachmemt. Straw wreath still in plastic and greenery pins.

Burlap Wreath Fall Wreath Fall Hydrangea by theembellishedhome

Love this Fall WReath! Burlap Wreath Fall Wreath Fall Hydrangea by theembellishedhome' Nabywaniec. Finally found the inspiration for a fall wreath that has nothing to do with holidays.

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One of our favorite DIY projects of the week: Learn how to make a coffee filter wreath from Childress Childress {The Frugal Homemaker}. She has a lot of wreaths with tutorials.

The Coffee Filter Wreath Original Tutorial here: http://jonesdesigncompany.com/create/a-pretty-autumn-wreath/

a pretty autumn wreath

The Coffee Filter Wreath use various paints and teas to dye coffee filters, then air dry. Create gradients by painting filter edges etc.

Coffee Filter Wreath

coffee filter wreath-been meaning to give this one a try. (why can't you use used filters to have that pretty color.

Just rolled up paper. Wow!

Paper Dahlia Wreath - such a great effect from a simple project. Talitha, the craft artist - great work, Talitha! - wrote that it is time-consuming but we could spread it out into 2 craft sessions.