These frilly white coffee filter wreaths are scattered all over the blogosphere along with a ton of different tutorials, so I won’t bore you with a lengthy one of my own. This project is literally fool-proof. Seriously. You can’t go wrong here.
So here’s the fast and loose version:
- a wreath form (I used an 18″ straw wreath found at Michaels for $4.99)
- 400 large white coffee filters
- glue gun & a package of glue sticks
- a pretty ribbon, for hanging (optional)
Step 1: Put a dot of glue in the center of coffee filter and attach it to the wreath.
Step 2: Repeat 400 more times.
Rocket surgery, I know, right? The project took me a little over an hour, from start to finish. As you can see, I completed it during nap time. Be sure not to burn yourself. Unfortunately, there were 2 burn incidents on my watch. Hopefully you’ll be more fortunate. Or careful. Whatever.
After I filled up one side, I flipped it over to complete the other. And voila! Frilly, fluffy fabulousness!
Nevermind my messy, unstyled bookshelves. Nothing to see here, folks.
Easy peasy lemon squeezy, right? Right. What about y’all? How are you decorating for the holidays?