Woman dips a coffee filter into a bowl. Minutes later, it's simply delightful

If you're ready to spring into some springtime decorating but not willing to spend your summer vacation money on the task, we are showing a quick way to let your style bloom with colorful DIY dip-dyed coffee filters paper flowers. These colorful blossoms don't require lots of talent or even pattens, just some basic cutting and hot glue skills. 
Materials needed:
- Food coloring
- Coffee filters
- Paper cups
- Scissors
- Shallow Plastic Dish
- Glue gun
- Warm water
- Cooling rack
- Baking sheet
- Glitter
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Instructions
1. Gather up the materials on your craft table.
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2. Prepare food coloring solution by mixing 1 cup of warm water with 10 drops of food coloring. Dip the coffee filters into food coloring solution.
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3. Set the coffee filters dry. The process of making the flowers appears quickly, with most of the time spent waiting for food coloring and water dipped coffee filters to dry.
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4. After that, it's a trim with the scissors for the filter flowers and paper cup base before hot gluing the flowers together.
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5. Hot glue gun the flower sheets together. You can fill the center with any fun decor item of your choice! We chose confetti.
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