Pink Dot Valentines Wreath-DIY with coffee filters

diy valentines wreath

Good evening!  So, earlier today I posted the Valentines wreath made with felt circles and I told you I’d be posting a new Valentines project tonight.  Well here it is, the Pink Dot Valentines Wreath made simply from coffee filters (and a little pink paint of course).  So simple, and so fun for Valentines Day.  This is a great project to do with kids too 🙂

If you like this wreath, don’t forget to check out my Irish Rose Wreath, which can be made using pink fabric for Valentines Day! 

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For this project, you will need a woven twig wreath (I purchased from the dollar store), coffee filters, pink paint, hot glue & ribbon (if you will need it to hang the wreath).

IMG 66731First, paint the tops of the coffee filters with pink dots, this will take approx 50 filters.  The number of filters will vary depending on the size of your wreath.

IMG 66801Next, pinch the bottom of the coffee filter to form the flower.  Twist the bottom to hold the flower in tact.

IMG 66811Using your hot glue gun, place a small dot of glue on the stem of your “flower” for the insertion into the wreath.  I found that many of the flowers did not require glue as they fit snugly into the woven wreath.

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One-by-one place the flowers into the wreath.  I found the best method to be placing the flowers in varying directions, forming a stacked pattern for more fullness.

IMG 66871This process is a bit time consuming, took me about 2 hours.  Once you’ve placed all the flowers you may choose to tie a ribbon around the wreath to hang it, this was not necessary in my case.

Here it is… the completed Pink Dot Valentines Wreath!

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The Pink Dot Valentines Wreath is part of our 10 Minute Transformation series!

diy valentines wreath

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