The Famous Coffee Filter Wreath

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Okay, Okay, I know I am the very last person to jump on the bandwagon and make a coffee filter wreath but truthfully I made this one over a year ago when I was only a blog lurker wannabe!

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Salvaged Whimsy posted a fabulous tutorial on how to make a coffee filter wreath so I will spare you the details here. 
I did take step by step pictures during the process, and since I was a blogger wannabe I thought they may come in handy some day to post.  Well a year later now that I see that everyone has “been there done that” then like I said, I will spare you the exaggerated details.
Step 1 – Glue

The Famous white Coffee Filter Wreath Tutorial via Curb Alert!
Step 2 – Glue More
The Famous white Coffee Filter Wreath Tutorial via Curb Alert!
Step 3 – Glue till your fingers burn
The Famous White Coffee Filter Wreath Tutorial via Curb Alert!
Step 4 – Glue till the wreath burns and changes color
The Famous Tan Coffee Filter Wreath Tutorial via Curb Alert!
Just kidding.
It took FOREVER but I had so much fun that I decided to make two. 
So fancy, don’t you think?
I like them and who can go wrong with a project totaling less than $2 for some coffee filters!
The Famous Tan Coffee Filter Wreath Tutorial via Curb Alert!
The Famous White Coffee Filter Wreath Tutorial via Curb Alert!
The Famous White Coffee Filter Wreath Tutorial via Curb Alert!
The Famous White Coffee Filter Wreath Tutorial via Curb Alert!
The Famous White Coffee Filter Wreath Tutorial via Curb Alert!
Well I admit I am late to the game but I can still play, right?
~Tami





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6 Comments

  1. Jamie

    It looks beautiful. I'm ALWAYS late to the game. Lol. Thanks for the idea. I love your blog. I'm your newest follower.
    Would love to see you DIY Home Sweet home.
    Jamie
    http://diyhshp.blogspot.com/

    P.S. I have a linky every Monday. Would love for you to stop by and link up.

  2. DeAnna

    I made one about a month ago. The family was quite impressed. I used a straw wreath with the plastic left on to eliminate the mess. I also used a highligher to wrap the coffee filter and put hot glue on the end to keep my fingers from burning. I am sure that makes NO sense, but I had fun making it.

  3. Katie Franck

    I have to laugh because I also made one about a year ago…it's hanging in my living room 🙂

  4. Terrie

    I stumbled into your blog via Debbie's. Found your creative blog. You're wonderful.

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