How to make a coffee filter wreath for a beautiful look with very little money!
I love having a wreath on my front door and I especially love changing them for the different holidays and seasons. I created this wreath out of coffee filters! It’s so big and fluffy I just love it.
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Step 1 – Gather Your Supplies
Here is what you need:
coffee filters – You can pick these up at the grocery store or order them here on Amazon.
foam wreath – You want a larger wreath, this one is 17 inches in diameter.
hot glue and hot glue gun – Everyone should have a glue gun. I use mine all the time, so do my kids.
Step 2 – Assemble the Coffee Filter Wreath
Take a filter, stick a pencil in the center of it and wrap the filter around the pencil.
Put hot glue on the tip of the pencil and put it on the foam wreath. Use the eraser end of the pencil not the pointy part….that way it doesn’t break the filter.
Remove the pencil from the wreath and repeat.
Make sure you put each filter right next to the others, no space in between. This will get harder and harder as you fill the foam but it will make the coffee filter wreath fuller.
It’s almost done here….I ran out of filters! I think I used between 200-250.
Warning! Please be careful that you don’t burn yourself with hot glue. I burnt my finger when the glue dripped. Not gonna lie, it hurt!!!!!
And here is the finished product!
Can you see the snow falling in this pic? I am so ready for Spring!
I love the way the wreath pops on the front of my house. All of the homes in my area were built to blend in with the natural surroundings so having the pop of white really makes my house stand out.
This is my go-to wreath for Winter. I love decorating with whites in Winter. Why not, mother nature does! Check out my post on 9 ways to incorporate winter white in your home decor.
Other DIY wreath options: