Coffee filter projects

Discover unique and fun coffee filter projects that you can easily do at home. Get inspired to create beautiful crafts and decorations using coffee filters.
Coffee filter flowers painted with liquid watercolor paint are SO PRETTY and really easy to make! Such a fun summer craft for kids, tweens, teens, adults, and seniors. It's an easy craft that makes the perfect homemade gift for Mother's Day and looks great as a party decoration for baby showers and weddings. Crafts, Mothers Day Crafts, Crafts From Recycled Materials, Mothers Day Crafts For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Patriotic Decorations, April Crafts, Spring Crafts Preschool, Paper Flower Crafts

These coffee filter flowers are SO PRETTY! This simple craft is beautiful enough for adults, but easy enough that kids can make them too. They make beautiful party decorations and are also a great gift idea for teachers or Mother's Day. Easy Coffee Filter Flowers It's hard to believe these flowers are made out of coffee filters! For pennies you can make a beautiful flower bouquet that won't wilt or fade. Best of all, these coffee filter flowers are SO EASY to make. They're made from simple…

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Pamela McFadden
Coffee Filter Hydrangeas | DIY Coffee Filter Flowers Inspiration, Craft Ideas, Paper Crafts, Crafts For Kids, Crafty Kids, Crafts To Make, Easy Crafts For Kids, Paper Crafts For Kids, Diy Paper Toys

These coffee filter hydrangeas are SO PRETTY and they're super easy to make! Transform regular coffee filters into these beautiful flowers that look surprisingly realistic! These DIY coffee filter flowers are inexpensive to make, and it's such a fun craft for both kids and adults. It's almost magical to watch the coffee filters change colour as the liquid watercolour paint spreads across them. Then watch the colours fade and change once again as they dry! This post contains affiliate links…

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Michelle

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…

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Phyllis Lummus Mccranie