This DIY springtime wreath will help you save the world as you upcycle your coffee filters
If you’re looking for a creative and budget-friendly craft to spice up your decor, this coffee filter wreath might be a perfect project for you. In a few easy steps, you can upcycle a simple pack of coffee filters to be a beautiful springtime wreath for your home.
This craft is nearly all upcycling—with those filters most likely already in your cabinet, grab a cardboard box from your last big online order and get to cutting. Once you scrunch the filters and glue them down, the fun really begins. Pick out your favorite colors and rainbow your wreath however you’d like. Watch the video below to get started.
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Coffee Filter Wreath
3-4 small spray bottles
Spray paint (white)
Hot glue gun
1. Scrunch together the center of the coffee filter to make a flower. Add another filter around the edge and secure the base of the flower by twisting a short pipe cleaner around it.
2. Fill the small spray bottles halfway with water and about 25 drops of food coloring.
3. Cut out a heart wreath base from the cardboard and spray paint it white. Allow to dry.
4. Hot glue the coffee filter flowers to the wreath base.
5. Add pops of color to the coffee filters by spraying them with the food coloring spray bottles.