Saturday, August 20, 2011

A little Twist on Coffee Filter Wreath...DIY

OK I know what your saying... Not the coffee filter wreath tutorial again. I know you see this on a ton of sites but I did mine a little different. I made this over the weekend- not because I had spare time but because I needed a little something fast and easy to hang on my mirror, so here it is..
 I used "natural" Coffee filters and wreath from the Dollar Tree.
 Covered the wreath with Brown ribbon. I kept my filters their original size, you can trim them down if you want a smaller wreath. I hot glued about three at a time on.
I hot glued a bird nest into the center, I used card stock and printed out, vintage bird postcard and collage sheet of eggs.( Thank you to the Graphics Fairy.)
 I put "NEST" using stickers on the eggs, I mod podged the eggs, Just because I think it makes the color pop a little better and hot glued "craft sticks" on the back of them. You could use what ever you have on hand such as tooth picks etc.
 Stuck them in the nest and added a little hot glue for extra support.
 Then I hot glued a little Spanish moss and waaaa laaa.

 This is the back, and I looped a ribbon through the wreath so I could hang it on my mirror.

This is so fast and easy and the possibilities are endless. I hope you enjoy making yours.
If you get creative please show me yours I would love to see!!!!!


  1. Hi Heather! Believe it or not, I've never seen a coffee filter wreath before. :D This is such a cute idea, and I love how yours came out. It's absolutely charming! Thanks for the great tutorial. Enjoy the rest of your day! :) Paulette

  2. That wreath turned out soooo upscale, you would pay big $$ for in a crafty boutique...

    Love it! Thank you!

  3. Your wreath is so cute- I never get tired of seeing them! I love how you changed it up a bit :)
    Thank you so much for your nice note on my post today. It made me a little teary too. I'm sorry for your loss, and I'm glad my post was inspirational to you. Thanks for letting me know.

  4. Hi Heather! I love the wreath, and believe it or not, this is the first time I have seen one out of coffee filters. ( I don't get out much, LOL...)
    This is a great project that I will have to try :)


  5. I don't know what log I've been hiding under, but I've never seen the coffee filter wreath!! Great all your natural touches. Tks for sharing.

  6. Oh what a wonderful idea. I would have never thought to use coffee filters in that way. Love the wreath by the way.

  7. OMG that is the best creation! I love it! So glad you left a comment on my blog. I want to thank you so much for that compliment. You have gone in my favorite blogs to visit I shall be back often to check out your creations. Good luck in the give away!

  8. Heather, This is the cutest coffee filter wreath I have seen! Just adorable. I see you are a follower of my blog and I can't believe I am just now finding yours. I am now following.
    Hugs, Sherry

  9. Hi Heather. I just found your blog over at My Grama's Soul. I'm so happy she posted about you because this is just adorable and just want I want to make. Love IT! Love your blog too by the way ~ so pretty!

    I'm your newest follower. I hope you stop by and visit sometime.
    Hugs...Tracy :)

  10. Well, *I* have never seen a coffee filter wreath either! I love this idea! Thank you so much for posting it.
    I came over from The Graphics Fairy where you and this wreath were featured.
    Kind regards, Kitty

  11. Absolutely gorgeous! You are an inspiration!

  12. Cute as can be! I didn't know you could buy coffee filters in that color, I'll be looking for them so that I can skip the dyeing test.....:).
    Well done!

  13. OMG! I saw this over at the Graphics Fairy, it looks so good, Heather! I love it. Just another to-do to add to my list!


  14. Hello! I saw your feature at The Graphics Fairy. It's fantastic! I admit I've seen the tutorials and made many coffee filter wreaths, but this one stands WAY out among the rest. It's gorgeous. I am a new follower of yours! :)


  15. Heather,
    What a gorgeous wreath...I found you through The Graphics Fairy, and just had to see what you had for myself! I made many wreathes, but the fullness of this one, is just beautiful, thank you for sharing it and the "how to"s with the rest of us. I am following you now, and cannot wait to see more of what you do!

  16. I think I will have to try this. Beautiful! Thank you very much.