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Christmas Coffee Filter Wreath

Christmas Coffee Filter Wreath

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Christmas is coming, it may not feel like it yet but I promise it’s just around the corner.  I’m changing some of my decor over from harvest colors to red and metallic hues as I get ready for Christmas.  As I start to decorate my home I want to share some simple projects with you, starting with this Christmas coffee filter wreath.  Today’s project is also part of the Deck the Home Blog hop, a weekly post every Monday full of Christmas projects for your home.  This week all 26 of us are sharing a project for your door, you can find all the beautiful Christmas projects at the end of this post.  
Christmas coffee filter wreath
To make a coffee filter wreath, check out this tutorial, I made this wreath for $2 using Dollar Tree supplies, and I can reuse it every season just by changing out the embellishments. 
If you want to watch and see how easy this is to make, check out this video then read on for more detailed instructions. 
 

First, I pulled my fall wreath down and easily removed the fall embellishments.  I had attached them with floral wire knowing I would want to reuse this wreath each season. The clean white backdrop of a coffee filter wreath makes it ideal for any time of the year.  Once the fall picks were off, I added in some red flowers and gold leaves using floral wire.  
Chirstmas coffee filter wreath close up
Before I made this Christmas coffee filter wreath, I wandered around Walmart looking for Christmas embellishments that really inspired me.  I didn’t find anything I loved so I headed to the clearance aisle, because you can’t leave a store without combing the clearance bins right?  That’s where I found these red flowers and gold leaves, among the harvest decor.  When I pulled them out I knew they would be perfect for this wreath.  The red flowers have clips on the back which make them really easy to attach to the wreath.  
Christmas coffee filter wreath

Christmas Coffee Filter Wreath

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 1 hour
Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

A coffee filter wreath decorated for Christmas

Materials

Tools

  • Wire cutters

Instructions

  1. Start with a coffee filter wreath, like this Dollar Store version I made for fall. It's easy and inexpensive to make, and you can use it season after season.
  2. Clip the gold leaves from the main stem.
  3. Attach the flowers and leaves to the wreath using floral wire.

Notes

You can use hot glue to help secure the flowers and leaves, but using floral wire ensures that you can easily remove them after Christmas and reuse this wreath.

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Now take a look at these amazing door decor projects that I am sure will inspire you to start creating for the season.  Remember, I will have a new Christmas themed post every Monday along with all of these talented bloggers.  If you are not already subscribed to Creative Ramblings, do that below and my latest post will be delivered right to your inbox.  
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Samantha

Saturday 10th of November 2018

So creative and festive! Turned out great!

Leen Curinga

Wednesday 7th of November 2018

Your wreath is adorable! I love that you can easily change it up as the seasons change!

Carmen

Tuesday 6th of November 2018

Well, I'll be! Who knew?! Looks so great!

Amy

Tuesday 6th of November 2018

This is great! And I love that it can be re-purposed for any time of year!

Brooke

Monday 5th of November 2018

Very creative, great job!!! I've always wanted to learn how to make a project out of these materials.

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