Take a coffee filter and fold it into itself & construct this darling idea

A wreath is a great way to add a spruce of design to your home. You can hang them on the exterior of your front door as an inviting way to welcome guests into your home, or hang as part of a decorative element in any room inside your house. The best part about wreaths is they're so easy to create yourself, you can have one to match every season of the year.
This coffee filter wreath is so easy to make, you may even want to create more than one. It only takes a few simple supplies and a few minutes to add a pop of warmth to your home with this cute idea for spring or any season. All you have to do is decide which color bow to add to the top. Choose pastels to fit your spring theme, or add bright colors for summer, warm tones for fall, and something festive for winter.
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Materials
- Wooden or cardboard wreath
- Twine
- Scissors
- Coffee filters
- Hot glue gun
- Ribbon/bow
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Instructions
1. Cut a piece of twine and loop through the top hole of your wreath. If the wreath doesn't have holes already drilled, you can do so yourself, or just tie around the top of the wreath as is.
2. Take a coffee filter and fold it in slightly into itself, almost making a flower petal-like shape.
3. Hot glue the filter onto the wreath. Continue this step until the entire wreath is covered in coffee filters.
4. Take a ribbon and make a bow (or take a bow that's already been created) and glue to the top of your wreath.
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