Hello friends! My name is Kelly and I blog at Here Comes the Sun. I’m here today to share a Christmas Craft tutorial for a stunning Coffee Filter Wreath. Who knew such a mundane object create such a beautiful piece of home decor?
I love making wreaths. My front door always has some sort of wreath on it. I have amassed quite the collection of Christmas Wreaths over the years. This coffee filter wreath takes some time to make but is not complicated.
CHRISTMAS WREATH TUTORIAL
12″ styrofoam wreath form
Couple packs of coffee filters
Christmas wreath decorations
To begin, put on your favorite tv show and settle in! The process is pretty repetitive so it is easy to do while you relax at night.
First, wrap a coffee filter around a pen and put some hot glue on the folded end of the filter.
Press the glue end of the filter onto a wreath form. Hold it there for about 10-20 seconds and then remove the pen.
Got it? Now do that over and over and over! After you finish gluing all the coffee filters, there might be some areas of your wreath where the filters stick out further. You can just use scissors to trim these areas down.
Next, take the Christmas wreath decorations, spread the coffee filters apart a bit, and stick the decorations down into the styrofoam. Use hot glue to attach these if needed.
I love how this wreath turned out. It’s clean and simple and when Christmas is done, you can remove the decorations and use it for a regular winter wreath or for other holidays.
Check out some of the other Christmas Wreaths I’ve made: