{Tea-Stained} Coffee Filter Wreath

You can never go wrong with a beautiful, affordable, and unique decor piece in your home. This wreath is made from something you’d probably never guess … that’s right – coffee filters! Can you even believe it?

Make this beautiful Fall-inspired wreath with things you already have around the house! /// by Atkinson Drive

Everything I used to make this wreath we already had in the house; so, essentially it cost me $0. *woop woop*! It also goes along with my re-usable wreath theme:

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  1. says

    This is such a pretty wreath and I just love how full it is! The tea staining really set it apart from others that I have seen! Great job and thank you so much for sharing it with us this week!

    Take care,

    Trish

  2. says

    Thank you so much for linking to Homa Style’s No Orange Autumn Display Link Party. Your wreath is incredible and I was excited to show it to my readers. Plus I wanted to know how you made it! Saw one on Pinterest but couldn’t find the instructions! Homa Style will be hosting a Simple Holiday Handmade Gift Idea Link Party {Please no sale items} on Oct 31. Hope to see you there. Thanks again!

  3. says

    I loved your wreath so much I used it as inspiration for some flowers I made on my yarn wreath. I linked back to you on my blog. I’d love for you to check it out. Thanks for the great tutorial.

    Kimberly @ mypinterestreality.com

  4. says

    Hey – thanks for this great tutorial! I’m sure I’ve seen variations of this wreath on Pinterest and elsewhere, but when I saw yours, I knew I had to try it! If you’re interested, I posted some photos of mine on my facebook webpage:
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.270756503027433.45062.100457466724005&type=1
    And I LOOOOOVED the result! I know you mentioned the idea of burning the edges for a different look – I tried something a little different – inking the edges using a stamp pad. I’m pretty happy with the way it turned out. All in all, it made a great fall housewarming gift for my friend last week. Just wanted to say thanks!

  5. Cindy Dental says

    Instead of burning the edges you could use a marker in the desired color
    and just do the edges. The filters are absorbant enough to pick up the color.

  6. Robin~AllThingsHeartandHome says

    Beautiful wreath and the filters look like parchment…I love it! Thanks for inspiring us at Twirl and Take a Bow! ox

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