Frugal Friday – Coffee Wreath

April 8, 2010 111 Comments by Sharyl@Thelittlebrownhouse
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(Click on picture below to go to my mini wreath tutorial!)


 I had a root canal today and came home afterward

instead of going back to work. I thought I would take advantage of the time

my entire jaw was numb by finishing up my Frugal Friday craft!!

Now that is a dedicated blogger folks! Actually – that should show you how

incredibly easy it is to do! I can’t even take a drink of water without

drooling it all over my chin – but by golly I could make a wreath!!

I have been seeing these coffee filter wreaths around “Blogville” lately,

and finally had to give in and make one myself! I decided to use the brown

coffee filters (Brown House – remember?) so I sent my husband out

to buy some this week while I was home sick….. once again – OOBCA…

(He got them at Albertsons, a local grocery store, in the coffee aisle!)

Then when I was well enough to crawl, I went to the dollar store -

Here is what I came up with to make my wreath.

I had planned on getting those little U-shaped wire’s that you use for

flower arranging, but they didn’t have any at the dollar store. They did have

floral wire which I bought. I also bought safety pins as a back up.

Because there was no way I was going to crawl into another store..

Soooo – I couldn’t get the wire to work for me.. So this is what

I came up with. This will be another case of do what I say, not what I did!


I just used the safety pins like push pins, and bent the top part down to hide it

in the wreath. Like I said – probably not the best way to do this but I

honestly believe improvising is a big part of crafting!

So I took a filter and crumpled it up – forming a point at one end.

I did the same thing with a second filter and then put a pin through both of them.

Isn’t this a riveting tutorial so far!!! All of you just skimming through looking

at the pictures are missing some good stuff here….

Then you simply push the pin into the Styrofoam, and lay the head of the pin flat.

I just kept repeating this process, trying to scrunch and fluff the filters as

I went, until I got the look I was going for. My package of filters had 100

and I didn’t use them all, I think I used around 75, this made a small but full wreath.

Before I finished a tied a ribbon at the top so I wouldn’t have to find a spot for it later.

By the way, at some point in this process I also realized that all of my backgrounds

were the same color as the wreath – brown much??

(if you are interested in how I made the wall art showing in the following picture, go here)

Romantic Dollar Store Wall Art

And now I am going to show you pictures of this darling wreath in different places

around the house – cause it’s so stinkin cute!!!!

Can you believe this is nothing but brown coffee filters!! 

On the way home from the dentist today I stopped at Starbucks. My 12 ounze

coffee cost more than this wreath!! Here is a coffee deal you can’t afford

to miss!! Seriously – you have to make this, and when you do, you

have to send me a picture of it! I know – I’m kinda demanding- thats

another group I need to join……..

Thanks SO much for stopping by the Little Brown House – and I would

love to hear from you because I ‘heart’ comments!!

I have also posted my new “Mini Coffee Wreath” tutorial done with a glue gun.

You can go take a look at it here:

Mini Coffee Filter Wreath




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102 Comments

  1. Rosie
    1575 days ago

    I am so making this! I love it. But you didn’t say where you find brown filters. I’ve never seen brown filters. Well, you can bet I’ll be hitting the street tomorrow morning looking for some. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Debbie @love the decor
    1575 days ago

    THis is adorable I think I need one too : )

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  3. Carrie Shindorf
    1575 days ago

    Now that is cute. That would be great for a Ladies Meeting decorating theme~so cheap.

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  4. the thrifty ba
    1575 days ago

    that werath looks great in all those places but MY HOME would be the best place for it. it IS my birthday month…

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  5. Cindy Conner
    1575 days ago

    Oh yeah sister, gotta have me a coffee wreath now! That is my problem, I want what everyone else has. I think that might be called coveting! Ha! Yep, You’ll spend more at Starbucks than you ever did at the dollar tree…but oh does that starbuck stuff taste good. Had the feeling came back yet? I hate that! I also take drugs…major drugs…to just get my teeth clean! Be blessed. Cindy

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  6. Laura @ PARING DOWN
    1575 days ago

    I LOVE this, and I appreciate the easy tutorial. Can’t wait to make it this weekend!!!

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  7. Mary
    1574 days ago

    LOVE love this wreath! I think I might be making one tomorrow!!

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  8. The Lumberjack's Wife
    1574 days ago

    Love it! And look at you with your BlogHer ads!!

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  9. Jan @ BellaCasa
    1574 days ago

    What a clever and great idea for a wreath! I truly love your use of the brown filters too. It is just my color…I’m going to the grocery story and craft store tomorrow. Thanks so very much!!!

    Jan @ BellaCasa

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  10. Janelle
    1574 days ago

    Love this idea. I need to make one for my kitchen and all my coffee addicted friends!

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  11. melissa @ the inspired room
    1574 days ago

    Oh, that is so cute, I am pretty sure I have a photo of another creative use for coffee filters, I am going to look in my flickr and see if I can find it for next week! Great job, I added you to my tumblr. :-) Thanks for joining in the linky this week!

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  12. Hootin' Anni
    1574 days ago

    I know you didn’t ask, but I’m gonna tellya anyway…I like it best on the mirror that is between the two lamps…what a warm, lovely glow of it all.

    Please, drop by my Show n Tell if you can find time. I’d love your company today.

    It’s HERE

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  13. Allison
    1574 days ago

    Cute idea! I’ve never seen brown filters either. I love it against the mirror.

    Dropping by from The Inspired Room. Come see what has inspired me in Blog Land, and don’t forget our giveaway ends Saturday night – so be sure to register at AtticMag!

    Allison

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  14. Lynda @ SportsMadGirl
    1574 days ago

    Love the use of the brown filters, it gives it a great aged look. Great idea using the safety pins instead of glue, I just might have to “borrow” that idea :)

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  15. gail
    1574 days ago

    that wreath is very cute! You did a great job. Hopefully by now, you’re able to eat, drink and be merry!
    gail

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  16. Karen
    1574 days ago

    Oh wow, I cannot believe something so cute came out of coffee filters! This looks easy enough for me to try. Thanks!

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  17. Vanessa
    1574 days ago

    WOW! Great job!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  18. Sharon
    1574 days ago

    That’s pretty cool! I think it looks best on the mirror with accents of brown surrounding it. It kind of reminds me of colored tissue paper flowers. I swear, I don’t know how you creative ladies come up with such simple, great ideas.

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  19. Mikey
    1574 days ago

    I love your wreath! I’ll add one of those to my to-do list! I’m new to blogging and hope you will check out my blog, too! Bon Chance!

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  20. Kerri
    1574 days ago

    Love coffee and now coffee filter wreaths AWESOME! I am so doing this!

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  21. Angie @ The Country Chic Cottage
    1574 days ago

    Gorgeous wreath!! Thanks for the tutorial!!

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  22. Stacey
    1574 days ago

    Amazing! I can’t believe that’s just coffee filters! Great Idea, thanks!

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  23. alissa
    1574 days ago

    I love your wreath! Coffee filters – who would’ve thought?! I’m right there with ya in the OOBCA club!

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  24. Charo
    1574 days ago

    It’s a lovely crafty wreath!!!

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  25. Stephanie Cameron
    1574 days ago

    Oh my freaking heck!! I adore this with so much adoration that I can’t even stand it. I am looking at my clock to try to figure out if the craft store is still open. I must run out and get the supplies for this immediately!! And I just love how cute it is in all the cute places in your house. WOWZERS!!

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    Here is a link to my wreath! I have to say that I like yours more…I forgot to fluff my filters and my wreath turned out looking like a coral. One of these days I’ll fix it! Thanks again for the inspiration!! http://plainjaneboutique.blogspot.com/2010/04/coffee-filter-wreath.html

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  26. Pearl Maple
    1573 days ago

    How cute and gosh easy is that to make. Thanks for sharing the creative inspiration.

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  27. Laura @ Sahm I Am
    1573 days ago

    That is sooo cute, and, ya know, I have that wreath form upstairs in my mess of a craft room. Hmmmm….

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  28. Sandy
    1573 days ago

    It reminds me of Hydrangeas….and I LOVE Hydrangeas!!! Very Cool!!

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  29. Lauren
    1573 days ago

    Oh my word! That is so stinkin’ adorable! I was just at Costco thinking that we needed to buy filters and reveled at how stinkin’ cheap they were! On another hand, I totally understand the determination to get crafts going for the blog. I would go and spend a fortune on stuff to make things and with few successes, had very little to show for it. Needless to say I’m taking a break from crafting (and shopping) for the time being. Happy SITS Saturday sharefest!

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  30. Michelle @ Creative-Outbursts
    1573 days ago

    Such a cool idea! I don’t think this would have ever crossed my mind. Thanks for sharing!

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  31. tanya@froufroubritches
    1573 days ago

    Precious! I love that! Thanks for sharing!

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  32. Tricia Anne
    1573 days ago

    Truly! This wreath is too cute! And your tutorial is great, I really appreciate your showing us how! :o )

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  33. Jennifer @ The Thrifty Cardinal
    1573 days ago

    How amazing!!! It looks especially beautiful against the white of the door–and reflected in the adjacent mirror–great photography skills! Also, I loved your step-by-step tutorial (and your improvisation with the safety pins!) I’m a firm believer in using what you have handy. This is mostly because when I get it in my head to start a project, I will not be stopped for any reason! :)
    Keep up the great work!

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  34. Abbe
    1573 days ago

    I love this idea! Thank you so much for the idea- off to the dollar store!

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  35. Funky Junk Interiors
    1572 days ago

    Beautiful! The tone on that is to die for! And I mean, it looks great everywhere!

    Thanks for sharing on SNS!
    FJ Donna

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  36. jenjen
    1572 days ago

    So cute! I have a TON of coffee filters left over from my pom pom project. It turned out GREAT! SO pretty and ruffly!

    XOXO
    Jen

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  37. LaurieAnna's Vintage home
    1572 days ago

    Okay, this wreath is seriously cool! Love it….I have to have one! I just found your blog through Funky Junk Interiors….so glad I did! Love your blog!

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  38. Jane
    1571 days ago

    Awesome! The great thing about coffee filters is that they are waterproof. I have wanted to make the paper bag wreath, but didn’t want to hang it on an exterior door in spring. Coffee filters wouldn’t die if they got a bit damp.

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  39. Olivia Parazine
    1571 days ago

    Oh my gosh! You have to go to my blog and see my case of OOBCA!!! This is out of control! At least you just made a wreath (which is adorable) I decided to decorate my whole front deck! With my kids running around! If you get a chance check out my blog at http://shabbychictreasures.blogspot.com/ I am giving away a darling teapot for the month of April! Hugs, Olivia

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  40. Leana Khouang
    1571 days ago

    OMG! You are my hero! I am so going out to get the supplies to make this this weekend!!! Awesome, awesome, awesome!

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  41. Regan
    1570 days ago

    Thanks so much for the tute on this adorable wreath! I made one today to fill in an emplty space in my new tablescape!

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  42. Nadir@hodgepodge
    1570 days ago

    Hi I’m visiting from Kimba’s blog party & I dying to try out this wreath now! Its just too adorable. :-) Take care!

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  43. Teresa
    1570 days ago

    This is so adorable. Thanks for showing all of us how to do it.

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  44. Jerri
    1570 days ago

    I’d love one of these for my house! Excellent idea! Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites!

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  45. SHAR
    1569 days ago

    great project! thanks for the tutorial.

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  46. Wenderina
    1569 days ago

    I’m more of a craft owner/admire than a DIY crafter, but I love this and may just have to hit Michaels and get me a wreath form. I already have the filters, the pins, the ribbon. Love it! I wonder if you could spray it with anything to make it water/mildew proof for a door?

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  47. Maryann @ Domestically-Speaking
    1568 days ago

    That is stinkin adorable & I’m going to have to copy you! :-) Thanks for the inspiration.

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  48. Chari
    1557 days ago

    Hello…

    Ohhh…I just love your coffee filter wreath! It looks fabulous…and you would never know that it was made from coffee filters by just looking at it! Love it! I think you did a great job with your tutorial! Thank you so much for sharing your fabulous wreath and the “how to’s” with us for Sunday Favorites! This is a great post!!!

    Also wanted to thank you for your sweet note and well wishes for the Sunday Favorites “One Year” birthday celebration! Sooo glad that you could come!

    Have a wonderful day and best wishes with the gift card giveaway!
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  49. Jaime
    1552 days ago

    Thank you! I was already making an emergency trip to the store so I guess I will be hitting the coffee isle as well!

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  50. Erica
    1549 days ago

    I did it and I love it! I used white coffee filters instead of brown. Thank you for your easy tutorial. It looks so fresh and springy on my dark brown front door!

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  51. Amanda
    1539 days ago

    i’m linking this to my page if that’s alright! its on my to do list!

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  52. Alyssa
    1513 days ago

    The wreath is so super cute! I love it.
    Happy Wednesday!

    Alyssa

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  53. Laura Ingalls Gunn
    1513 days ago

    Now this is fabulous~ Well done!

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  54. Nestlings
    1513 days ago

    Love it hanging above the mirror! Your tutorial was very well done, you make it look so easy.

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  55. Katie
    1511 days ago

    Genius, pure genius. I love it and can’t wait to try it. Thanks so much for sharing and teaching, I will send pictures. :)

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    1502 days ago

    I want to start blogging too, what do you think, which blog platform is good for beginner?

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  58. Jennifer
    1489 days ago

    Gorgeous! I really love the look of the brown filters as opposed to the white ones.

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  59. sweet violets
    1455 days ago

    Love this wreath…..gonna get all the supplies tomorrow, thanks for sharing!!!

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  60. Marty
    1453 days ago

    Oh wow, this is one to save to the “to do list”…Thanks! Glad I found you….new follower=)

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  61. Marty
    1453 days ago

    THis is one for the “to do list” Thanks! Glad I found you…new follower=)

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  62. Victoria
    1451 days ago

    I’m in love with your cute little brown wreath~~ And oh, so easy and inexpensive!!! I,too, LOVE brown, and I’m looking forward to checking out your blog!!! Oh, yeah, POUA, that’s me, too!!!! {punctuation over-users anonymous!!!}~~that’s funny, my daughter brought it to my attention one day! I really have a hard time, stopping with just one punctuation mark…. See what I mean??? Thanx for sharing!!

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  63. Erin @ Where Beauty Meets Function
    1445 days ago

    Ok, seriously!! I was pretty proud of my Dollar Tree creations….but THIS….THIS tops all Dollar Tree creations EVER made my anyone! :)

    Beautiful!!!!

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  64. Erin @ Where Beauty Meets Function
    1445 days ago

    Oh….and….hello….my name is Erin!!

    I suffer from punctuation overuse as well!! ;)

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  65. Sarah
    1419 days ago

    Just featured you on my own wreath project to give you some credit for one of the places I found inspiration!
    Thanks for the comment and linking me back to your blog!!
    Sarah

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  66. Kate
    1408 days ago

    LOVE LOVE LOVE this wreath idea. This is going to be my project for this upcoming weekend. Found your blog on littlebignest.blogspot.com and hopefully I don’t have the problem she did in finding the brown filters.

    Thank you so much for sharing – can’t wait to try to make my own. This is going to be just the perfect project with FALL on the way.

    Always <3 Kate

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  67. Stacy
    1394 days ago

    LOVE this! I featured it on my blog
    http://homemadetreasury.blogspot.com/2010/10/coffee-filter-wreath.html

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  68. Sheila
    1393 days ago

    Love Love Love it! Absolutely Fab! Thanks for sharing ;)

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  69. Alicia's Homemaking
    1388 days ago

    I just made this today! *LOVE IT* Thanks so much for the tutorial!

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  70. Lyssa @ The crafty clique
    1373 days ago

    Thanks so much! I love it. I just did this and posted about it:
    http://thecraftyclique.blogspot.com/2010/10/coffee-filter-wreath.html

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  71. Jen
    1371 days ago

    Love this! I’m gonna feature this on my blog tommorrow! I hope you don’t mind!

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  72. Lori Adams-Rawls
    1371 days ago

    I am so making several of these this weekend..just love the wreath….doing several for my friends…for ~happy-gifts~
    I love everything on your blog….~thanks for sharing.

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  73. Cheryl Wright
    1360 days ago

    I love this project. Since I’ve never seen brown coffee filters in shops here (Trinidad & Tobago in the West Indies), I’m going to dye mine in tea for that antiqued/muted gold color for my wreath.

    Thanks so much for sharing the process. I’m really hyped to try it.

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  74. Melissa K
    1346 days ago

    Girl, you’re rockin this wreath all over the internets. I just saw it over at Jones Design Company–one of my favorite places!

    http://jonesdesigncompany.com/create/coffee-filter-foof-tutorial/

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  75. Nicola
    1337 days ago

    Very clever wreath.
    Pulled apart paper clips should work as well as safety pins, no?

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  76. Christy
    1301 days ago

    Late in posting this, but just wanted to let you know how much I love this project! I made one before Thanksgiving to give that “natural” color look to my decor (just moved into a new home). I STILL have it up because it looks awesome in my front room! I bought more pieces to make as gifts (one day). Thanks so much…. my dinner guests were stunned when I told them what it was made of. They all guessed Hydrangeas.

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  77. fernandacaio
    1279 days ago

    Amei o seu trabalho da grinalda com filtros de café
    Que tomei a ousadia de a publicar no meu blog para ser vista por mais gente, pois é uma ideia fantástica…

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  78. Lisa
    1258 days ago

    This wreath is adorable and I love that you want to join Overly Obessesed with blogging and crafting! I need to join too!

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  79. Jess @ Frugal with a Flourish
    1254 days ago

    I just love this … still!! I had to include it in my latest post on great ideas for ways to use coffee filters! I remember seeing it the first time and just loving it!

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  80. Gabby
    1253 days ago

    I saw this idea on Frugal with a Flourish’s blog! I LOVE it!

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  81. Heather
    1242 days ago

    I love this!!!! Im so glad I found you from the introduction at Southern Hospitality. Thanks for sharing a simple way to make this :)

    Heather @ A Table for Ten, Please
    http://www.dorilukedesigns.com

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  82. Harriett Anderson
    1241 days ago

    Very nice…looks good in many settings. I like this kind of putzing & will give it a try. I admit I’m cheap & I have everything but the brown filters. Am looking forward to trying it. Thanks for sharing. I do enjoy your blogs. They make me laugh.

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  83. Kathy :)
    1241 days ago

    ADORABLE love this and man so easy !!!!!

    Nice to meet you,

    All the best,
    Kathy :)

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  84. Mary @ Redo 101
    1184 days ago

    Hi, I just did a Google search for “wreath blog” and you are #1, girlfriend!! Love your tutorial, it’s actually very step-by-step awesome! And that wreath looks great in all the places you tried it – I don’t think it could look bad if it wanted to – thanks for sharing it with us! Oh and I “followed” your blog!

    Would it be okay if I lifted one of the pics, I want to do a bloggy wreath showing on my blog soon. I would, of course, give you credit and link over to you. Thanks,

    Mary
    Redo 101

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  85. Mitzi
    1179 days ago

    I made my wreath last night and am so happy with it! I use a permanent coffee filter now and had some leftover – I just wish they had been brown. It’s hanging on my red front door for now – we’ll see what happens when it rains!

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  86. Paula Jo @ Home and Garden Decor
    1109 days ago

    I just love the vintage look of the coffee filter wreath. I’m for sure going to give it a try. I hope you are feeling better real soon.

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  87. Rita May
    1109 days ago

    I started here with the wreath and then went all thru your blog. I’ll need to come back, so I’m your newest follower!
    Cheers!

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  88. Anita H.
    1076 days ago

    Thank you! I love this idea!

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  89. Reyna
    1073 days ago

    This is super cute! It looks expensive too, it would be perfect for fall! Do you mind if I add to my tumblr?

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  90. Chantelle
    1071 days ago

    I love this!!!!! I follow several blogs and havent seen this anywhere else so I find it completely orriginal!!! I cant wait to do this, I will def link to you when I do as the source of my inspiration!! Thank you (Oh I use too much punctuation too. Drives my grammer minded husband crazy…lol)

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  91. Jolene Yost
    1031 days ago

    Hi! I love your wreath….can’t wait to make it! Could you let me know where you found brown coffee filters? Thanks!

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  93. Mary
    922 days ago

    Just wanted to say I did this and while I went a big overboard and used probably twice the amount of filters you did, I love my wreath! I am going to be making more, probably this weekend. Thanks for a great tutorial!

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  94. DARLA KNAUSE
    899 days ago

    I JUST LOVE IT THANKS FOR SHAREING WITH ME DARLA

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  95. daniela!
    894 days ago

    great, Nice. Congratulations.i

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  96. Barb
    324 days ago

    this was an amazing tutorial! Thank you for inspiring to make one of my own! I featured you on my blog! http://homeonwalnutst.blogspot.com/2013/09/coffee-filter-wreath-fall-decor.html

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  1. By Fall Projects in Progress! « Daisy's Favorite Things on September 29, 2010 at 11:02 pm

    [...] wreath from Christina at Centsible Savings (who got her idea from The Little Brown House!) is made out of coffee filters and a wreath from the Dollar Tree, not counthing the ribbon, it [...]

  2. [...] end result was well worth the pain. Take a look at my finished product below and head on over to The Little Brown House to learn how to make your very own. And be sure and visit Megan’s Etsy shop and check out [...]

  3. [...] end result was well worth the pain. Take a look at my finished product below and head on over to The Little Brown House to learn how to make your very [...]

  4. [...] received a new Keurig as a wedding gift, we have no use for the filters. As I was staring at them this project popped into my head and I thought, I can do that! I cut a cardboard cereal box  into the shape I [...]

  5. By Moments on Monday « on December 13, 2010 at 7:31 pm

    [...] You just wad up two of the filters together from the center and pin it onto the foam.  I don’t know if that makes sense… so you can check it out here [...]

  6. By Everybody is Doing It « Thesquibb3′s Weblog on January 10, 2011 at 8:45 pm

    [...] in the garage since last summer. I am sure you have seen them all over the blogisphere, like here, here, here, here, aaaaaaand here hehehehe. I know, it is like a coffee filter wreath [...]

  7. By new wreath | Anna Grace on February 16, 2012 at 1:57 pm

    [...] this link if you want step-by-step directions of how to make this yourself.  Have fun! Share [...]

  8. By Coffee Filter Wreath « Rockin' What Ya Got on February 19, 2012 at 2:59 pm

    [...] have seen these around a while back like here and here and have wanted something to fill this empty space I have.  My husband came home from [...]

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