If you are a regular follower of this blog, you have learned by now that I have a special affinity for crafts and projects using coffee filters. And.... this post is no exception! Today I'd like to share with you this lovely little wreath I made using coffee filter paper flowers. Soon I'll be posting a tutorial on how to make them, but beware... once you start it's very hard to stop! My house is now practically covered in these flowers!
The wreath is made using an 8 inch floral foam base from the dollar store, and was sliced in two so I was able to get two wreaths for the price of one! (Check out my Classy Canvas Wreath post to see what I did with the other half of the foam wreath base.) There are six flowers on the wreath, and each flower has 10 layers.
|White Rose made from Coffee Filters!|
|The Trickster Rose - Is it Real or Paper???|
Just think of all the ways you could use these flowers!!! Of course, they could go with any type of Decor: from Shabby Chic, to Rustic Cottage, to Crisp and Modern. Imagine the beauty of these flowers in a wedding ceremony or reception... a little girl's room or nursery... or a garden themed party. Really, the possibilities are endless!
It's hard to tell even from up close that these flowers aren't the real thing. Just check out the photo above! Would you like to see one in person? Make sure and check out my Etsy store, I just may have one available!! *wink* What type of event or decor would you use these flowers on? I love to hear your thoughts, so please leave a comment below!
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