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Colorful Spring Coffee Filter Wreath

If you want to add a pop of pastel color to your Spring decor, this easy coffee filter wreath is the perfect craft! Make this wreath with just a few supplies that you probably already have on hand.
Keyword diy craft, diy home decor, spring decor
Active Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour
Makes 1 wreath
Author Angie Holden

What You Will Need

  • Coffee filters I used an entire package of 100 on my wreath
  • Food coloring
  • Wreath form
  • Hot glue and a glue gun
  • Water
  • Bowl
  • Metal baking sheet
  • Pencil

Instructions

  • First, you will want to dye your coffee filters with food coloring. Add some water in a bowl and add the desired food coloring . Add a few drops and stir. I started with just red. Dip the end of your coffee filter into your bowl.
  • The water sort of wicks up and colors the entire filter. I then set mine on a baking sheet to dry. You can make as many of each of the colors as you would like. I chose pink, green, purple, and yellow.
  • I did a mix of red and blue to make colors like the purple above. I will note that when you mix two different food colorings you can kind of see each color on the coffee filter.
  • Allow your coffee filters to dry completely on the baking sheet.
  • Then, you will want to attach them to your wreath form. You can use any wreath form you desire but I do like to cover mine with strips of white cotton material. This makes it extra easy to just rip everything off when you are ready for a change and re-use the form. Then just put the eraser end of a pencil into each of the coffee filters.
  • Use a hot glue gun to attach them randomly into place in rows around your wreath form.
  • You will want to keep filling the coffee filter wreath until it is nice and full. Don't forget to also add coffee filters to the inside surface.
  • Once you have all of your coffee filters in place, you can hang your spring wreath right on your front door. You can add a loop of ribbon on the back for easier hanging as well.