Sunday, September 15, 2013

Autumn Coffee Filter Wreath

My mother has been trying to score the Fall Coffee Filter Wreath I made a couple of years ago.  So this fall I decided to make one just for her.
I have to admit gluing the filters on is not my favorite job, but decorating it is!  I just love the way these coffee filter wreaths come together.
You can see my previous Fall Coffee Filter Wreath here and the Christmas version here.
Fall coffee filter wreath 1a
I used a 12” foam wreath for this one… and a 14” wreath for the previous fall wreath.  I wouldn’t go any smaller than 12” or there won’t be much space in the center to work with.
One hundred unbleached, basket coffee filters can be bought at Walmart or your local Dollar Store for a dollar or two.   Count on using about 200 filters.  All decorative items were bought at Michaels.  The large apple green sunflower and two artichokes were chosen first as the focal point and then everything else chosen to compliment those.
fall Autum Coffee filter wreath a
For the tutorial on how to glue the coffee filters on the foam wreath click HERE. 
Once all the filters are on the wreath, again start with your focal pieces.  All filters and decorations are hot glued to the wreath.
fall Autumn Coffee Filter Wreath2
Autumn Fall wreath 3a
I always have stuff left from previous projects and I bring that box out whenever I do a  relevant project, ya never know what you’re gonna find!
Autumn Fall Wreath 4a
Start arranging….

PLEASE NOTE:  Just like flower arranging, there is no right and wrong here.  Purchase the items you like, starting with focal pieces and arrange to your taste.  It's hard to give a tutorial on arranging flowers or items as it really is up to you and what you like.  You may also not find the exact items I used, and that's ok! Use what suits your tastes and arrange until you love it.  That's all the tutorial I can give you on where to place the decorative items.
Autumn Fall wreath 5a
I added a few little cinnamon scented pine cones that I found in my craft box.
Autumn Fall Wreath 6a
I screwed one of these eye screws to the top of the foam wreath and glued around the hole to secure it.
I’ll enjoy it until mom comes to come get it.
Autumn Fall Wreath 7a
Autumn Fall Wreath 9
Autumn Fall Wreath 11

Autumn Fall Wreath 10
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  1. The wreath turned out stunning, who wouldn't love to have this hanging out during the fall season, it is such a perfect selection of colors that are appropriate right up till Christmas...Love it...come on over for a visit, I have some guests I would Like you to meet and I would like to know what you think of them...Phyllis

  2. love this! I am so not happy with my fall wreath-I want to add some more whispy things, like you've got here. gorgeous.

  3. Okay the texture of those coffee filters is soooo amazing!! Your wreath is stunning!! It would be awesome if you were willing to share this at the Fall Get Your DIY On Link Party: Fall Wreaths going on right now on five blogs! I would love to invite you over to the happy housie to link up if you haven't already done so! Hope to see you there!!

  4. I love the wreath. The colors are great. The flowers make the whole wreath fabulous !
    Smiles, Alice

  5. That turned out gorgeous, lucky mom. I love coffee filter wreaths.

  6. I love what you have done. Please come show off your creativity at Frenzy Friday.
    We are at I will not be a party without you!.

  7. GORGEOUS!! I love it and am pinning to WREATHS. Thanks for sharing. Linda

  8. I love the coffee filters! At first I thought it was sea coral, awesome!! Thank you so much for linking up your fall inspired wreath Get Your DIY On. I hope you'll join us tomorrow with your thrifty upcycle to link up!!

  9. This is gorgeous! I love how full of texture and the overall fullness of your wreath! I have pinned this and definitely going to give this a try!
    I linked over from the Fun In Functional Link Party where I am participating too with Ghost Shaped Card and Free Cut file and would love it if you'd stop by.
    Hugs, Antonella :-)

  10. New subscriber from your post on Hometalk. This is the best coffee filter wreath I have ever seen, except for maybe your Christmas one. :O)

  11. Hello I am new follower, love that wreath! Hope you will stop by my blog sometime and see what I've been up to!

  12. This is gorgeous, and so simple! I love it. We've been living abroad for a year...ten months to go until I can shop at MIchael's and Hobby Lobby again. :D I pinned this for next autumn -- here in Germany, we're nearing the end of our "autumn" and getting ready to welcome the snow. So off I go to look at your Christmas wreath tutorial. Thanks for sharing this.

  13. I really love the wreath! This is so gorgeous! The colors are great :)

  14. Your blog is great. You are doing great job. Keep it up

  15. Having trouble figuring out how to glue the flowers and other things to the wreath

    1. Everything simply gets hot glued right to the coffee filters. You'll need to use hot glue though.

  16. Great wreath; excellent choice of colors, distinguished design and so perfect finish. Love everything about it.

  17. love the wreath ( both ) Didn't see what you used to color the fall wreath with. Love them. Going to try one for my mom.

  18. Hi there! Hometalk asked me to put together a blog post of my favorite Fall Door Decor ideas on their website and this coffee filter wreath was one of my faves! I just wanted to let you know. :)

    Sarah (Sadie Seasongoods)

    1. Thank you so much Sarah!! I'm thrilled to be included in your round up!

  19. How did you get the color copper/gold for coffee filter. Did you spray paint them? Beautiful fall wreath.

  20. Hey keep posting such good and meaningful articles.


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