Tutorial: Coffee filter flowers
Before we get started, I just want to say that I most certainly did NOT invent this method of making paper flowers. I came across a few tutorials on the web which produced beautiful results. But many of them were either too time consuming or too tedious, or both. So in the end I came up with my own method that used the basics of these other tutorials and cut out what I felt were unnecessary steps. If you know me at all, you know that I'm impatient and am always looking for the fastest way to…
5 Clever Coffee Filter Crafts
If there's one thing about crafting that's true, it's that often times it can be expensive. Buying supplies for a craft from scratch means that it can cost more to make an item than to
Coffee Filter Flower
This coffee filter flower uses a hula hoop as a base - so it's a BIG statement piece! Use for weddings, bridal showers, parties, or just for fun!
Dress Up Valentines
I adore decorating for holidays. Valentines is no exception. Most of the valentines decor I already had. (Or is stuff I temporarily borrow...
How to Make Paper Flowers in 12 Beautiful Ways
You give flowers and bouquets to show the depth of your love, but then they wither within a week's time. With these fun and colorful projects, the blossoms—and your sweet gesture—could last a lifetime.
Super Easy Coffee Filter Craft Makes Beautiful Flowers
Cut the edges off a stack of coffee filters. The reason? Insanely cute! All it takes is about 10 white coffee filters, washable markers, a peat pot to hold the bloom, and a burlap ribbon to top it off.
Coffee Filter Twinkle Light Flowers
This is another idea courtesy of our daughter Jennifer who’s creativity knows no bounds. We are both fans of twinkle Continue Reading
Coffee Filter Flowers | Kids' Crafts | Fun Craft Ideas
Create brightly-colored paper flowers using coffee filters and some food coloring or washable markers. Make flat ones or add stems to make three-dimensional flowers.
Peony Coffee Filter Flowers Tutorial
I have been obsessed with the coffee filter flowers lately! I think they look just like peonies or some really fluffy old fashioned roses. :) I searched out a bunch of different ways to make them via the internet and...