After the advent calendar with Rudolph reindeers, we have a box of coffee filters left. Then the white filters seemed to be a nightmare because they had to be dyed. But now we could use them for a coffee filters Christmas wreath. I have to admit that dyeing the filters with markers was a lot of fun and experimenting. Which marker is the best to dye, which dissolves, how do the colors combine, which to use? So many combinations and so many possibilities 💚
Polska wersja: Bożonarodzeniowy wianek z filtrów do kawy
Supplies needed for coffee filters Christmas wreath
- White coffee filters
- Green markers – cannot be permanent
- Red pom poms
- Red ribbon
- Paper plate or piece of cardboard
- Water sprayer
How to dye coffee filters with markers
Coloring coffee filters is a lot of fun and experimenting. Unfortunately, not all markers are suitable for dyeing, as some inks do not dissolve. My daughter and I had to do a few tries before we found the best markers. It is worth having a few shades of green to make the end result more effective.
- Cut circles from the filters
- Draw various green patterns and lines on them
- Sprinkle a little water
- Leave to dye and dry (you can let it dry on a towel for a while and then hang to dry)
How to make a coffee filters Christmas wreath
The base of the wreath can be a paper plate with a cut out center or a rim cut from cardboard or a box.
All elements have been stuck to the base, ie:
- Dyed coffee filters
- Red pom poms
- Red bows
Filters were glued with paper glue, and pom poms and ribbon with all purpose glue.
The last step is to tie a ribbon that allows you to hang the wreath.
Coffee filters Christmas wreath is ready
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If you are looking for more DIY Christmas ideas, you can find them in the Christmas section.
Ideas for Christmas cards you will find here.
Ideas for Christmas tree ornaments are here.
All other DIY ideas for Christmas, including potato stamps or gift tags are available here.
However, if you are looking for more inspiration for playing with children, you can find them in the section DIY with kids.
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Nothing gives more satisfaction than doing something yourself. I haven’t even thought about DIY as my hobby, I’ve just done different “projects” when it was needed. Sometimes it’s a disguise for the Masquerade Party in kindergarten. Another time, cutting out the pumpkin and baking the witch’s fingers for Haloween. Or simply organizing holiday souvenirs. Now I decided to share my realizations with you. Let’s go it together!