I posted pictures of this wreath in my eat-in kitchen redo and left you in suspense of what it was made of other than supplies from the dollar store and the grocery store.
Some of you commented and said that you thought it was made of coffee filters and…… you are RIGHT! :)
I saw the idea on The Little Brown House and loved it!
I bought a foam wreath from Dollar Tree and a pack of 200 brown coffee filters from Publix for $0.79.
Most of the tutorials that I read said to use floral pins but they were about $4 for less than 100 and I needed something cheaper! Hmmm…how about hot glue? It worked perfectly!
There isn’t really any wrong or right away to go about this – just dab a dot of glue on the wreath and then crinkle the middle of the coffee filter a little and attach to the glue. Add more glue if you need and keep adding coffee filters to fill in all the spaces. I left the back of the wreath plain so it would lay flat against the wall.
For less than $2 bucks you have an adorable wreath (and a conversation starter too! :) You could also make one with white coffee filters or dye/paint white coffee filters to whatever color you want.
I think it adds the perfect touch to my eat-in kitchen!
I have 1/2 of the package of coffee filters left, so I think another wreath is in store to hang in front of a mirror in my dining room. :)
Come back tomorrow when I will share the tutorial on how I made my pumpkin topiary that you see on the table. And I will also be having a link up party for everyone to link up their fall décor!
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