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Wedding wreath

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

One of my favorite DIY wedding projects was the coffee filter wreath in between the doors of the church. I really like this project was it was easy, fast, and CHEAP! I bought a pack of 500 coffee filters at the Dollar Store (for $1 obviously!) and bought the wreath form at Hobby Lobby for $4. I already owned the green paint and ribbon.

There are TONS of tutorials on Pinterest and blogs, but these are the two that I found most helpful:

I bought the monogram at Simply Fine Craft on Etsy.

Our wedding wreath is currently hanging on our front door:

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6 Responses to “Wedding wreath”

  1. That is seriously SUCH a cool project!! I love the added monogram, too! When my fiancee and I get married this month, we will have the exact same initials, so I cannot wait to monogram EVERYTHING haha!

  2. I love this project! I pinned a tutorial for coffee filter flowers recently. I use k-cups though and keep forgetting to pick up the filters. Ha!

  3. Meg, I love monogramming too! I've been wanting to get our hang towels monogrammed.

  4. The filters are very cheap at the Dollar Tree! I wasn't sure how many to buy so I ended up purchasing 5 packs of coffee filters, but that was definitely over kill! I only used one pack.

  5. That is gorgeous! I am a sucker for wreaths of all kinds but I've never given this kind a try! It looks great with your initials, and I love that you were able to keep a little piece of the wedding in your day to day life!


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