Coffee Filter Bouquet

Coffee Filter Bouquet

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Coffee Filter Bouquet
Coffee Filter Bouquet
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This Coffee Filter Bouquet is a gorgeous paper flower tutorial for your big day. Make a DIY bridal bouquet out of coffee filters with this free crafting video. Combining dyed coffee filters and die cutting techniques, this forever flower bouquet is a charming and secretly cheap way to make a wedding bouquet. Consider making this homemade bouquet idea for a wedding, baby shower, or for spring accents in your home. You never have to worry about it wilting!

Time to CompleteIn an evening


Primary TechniqueGeneral Paper Crafting

Difficulty LevelEasy


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Sizzix machine
  • Coffee filters
  • Die cutting pattern
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Pearl
  • Ribbon
  • Burlap

Coffee Filter Bouquet

How to Make a Bouquet Using Coffee Filters

  1. Grab a stack of coffee filters. The fuller the flower that you want the more filters you will want to add. 

  2. Straighten out your coffee filter and smooth that onto your die cut. Make your sandwich by putting on cutting pad on the top and bottom. Run that through your die cutting machine. 

  3. Hold down your coffee filter flower with one hand and peal away all the excess paper in the other. 

  4. Dye your coffee filters whatever color you would like. Using a pipe cleaner a stem for your flower, slip that through the hole in the center of your flower. Place a dot of hot glue on the end of your pipe cleaner and add a pearl. 

  5. While you want for that to dry begin scrunching up the layers of your flower to get that fluffy look. 
    You can rotate your flower so that when you scrunch it up it adds different dimensions. 

  6. Push all your coffee filter petals to top now. 

How to Assemble a Paper Flower Bouquet

  1. Now that you are finished making all of your flowers you can put the bouquet together. 

  2. Arrange the flowers in a pattern that you would like and tie it at the top using a rubber band. 

  3. Grab a piece of burlap and wrap it around the stems of your flowers. 

  4. Take a ribbon and tie it in a bow around the burlap. 

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I love this idea! This is such a great way you can make an easy centerpiece for a summer party or something!


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