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Our first guest post in the Christmas in July series comes from the amazing Lisa of Recaptured Charm. I am so excited to have her here today. Her blog is full of amazing tutorials and decor ideas. Lisa chose to share with y’all her GORGEOUS Coffee Filter Christmas Wreath tutorial!
This simple wreath didn’t start out so simple.
I wanted the filters to be green. I used different paints but I didn’t like the way they looked. I tried dying them with food color but I didn’t like that either. Several attempts later, I gave up and the filters stayed white.
The materials required couldn’t be easier to get.
A Styrofoam wreath form, about 200 coffee filters, hot glue and decorations of your choice.
Fold the basket shaped filter in half
Run the filter through your hand to make a flower, flatten the bottom and apply hot glue.
Start gluing to the inside of the wreath and work your way out.
No need to go all the way around. Leave the back as flat as you can.
Using sharp scissors trim any areas that are uneven.
Hot glue on any decorations you like.
Got a spare couple of hours? Give it a try !
WOW, right? Thanks so much Lisa for sharing this my aweome readers.