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Rustic Coffee Filter Wreath



This Rustic Coffee Filter Wreath from Lisa DeNardi is a beautiful home decor item for the fall.  It's easy to make and looks great hanging by a mantel or small table.  The best thing about this wreath is that you can have it out on display all season long.

rustic coffee filter wreath


  • 200 Natural, unbleached filters
  • Cinnamon scented pine cones
  • Foam wreath
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Wire
  • Other embellishments (flowers, mini pumpkins, twine, etc)



  1. Fold a filter in half, pinch on the bottom, pull through your hand to make a flower.
  2. Flatten the bottom and glue to the wreath.  Star gluing from the centre row, and keep going around till you reach the outer edge.  Remember to leave the back FLAT.

    rustic coffee filter wreath
  3. Wrap a wire around the top of your wreath before starting to glue the filters on.  It’s MUCH harder to work a wire through there later.  The wire will also come in handy when you want to hang the wreath before adding some of your finishing touches.  I always like to see it on the wall as I’m gluing my decorations on.

    rustic coffee filter wreath
  4. I bought a few decorations from Michaels Craft Store.  This little bag contained cinnamon scented pine cones and 3 decorative pumpkins.
  5. I used a little bunch of cream coloured roses and cut all the stems down.
  6. And with a few more little additions, this wreath came together nicely.
  7. I wrapped some twine around the wire and topped with another pine cone. 

    rustic coffee filter wreath

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Sep 26, 2014

I'm in process of making this fabulous wreath. I took it one step further by adding a white filter in the center of some of the unbleached filters to make it interesting BUT I also took a stamp pad and tipped the white filters to have an edge to them. I used a chalk stamp pad but any one, your choice of color would do. Just thought I'd add this to this project. Run with it!


Aug 27, 2014

I'm wondering where you get unbleached coffee filters. Can you let me know. Thanks for the project. I can't wait to make it for my sister's century home.


18 Ratings

Jul 2, 2014

Thank you for all the amazing comments. I would like to stress that this is an INDOOR wreath. I don't think the coffee filters are able to handle any moisture at all without having issues with your glued on items. Please find the perfect spot in your home for this type of wreath. Mine graces my front entryway every fall. Thank you Lisa DeNardi www.recapturedcharm.com


Oct 25, 2013

What size Foam wreath did you use, I whould really like to try and make this. I have a lot of family members who saw this and really liked it also. Thanks Colleen


Sep 11, 2013

this little wreath is a very cute idea for a project with my little neighbors to do for going in their windows before the holidays, I. think I'll go out to the craft store this week to get the stuff for them now that I'm more of a tea drinker than a coffee drinker now. I'll check back with you after I get them together Thanks again B.in Phila.,


Sep 9, 2013

I like the look but can you imagine how much dust it would collect? And impossible to clean! I am thinking of doing this but using unbleached muslin material cut in circles.


Sep 9, 2013

This is truly beautiful. Looks like something you would buy for seasonal decoration.


Aug 4, 2013

I wonder could you lightly spray the filters with an acrylic clear paint after you've glued them on. Would this help with the moisture problem. I would hang it also under the overhang of the house.


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