How to Make Wedding Flowers from Coffee Filters

Flowers
by Jennifer Vanderbeek

Flowers are one of the most expensive parts of weddings and yet it’s difficult to picture a modern wedding without copious amounts of them. When I got married I had far more time than money (we had a two-year engagement) so I used that time to craft all the paper goods, decorations–including the flowers—and even part of my wedding dress. In this video, I’ll show you how to make four types of flowers out of coffee filters that I’ve dyed with Fireworks! and Walnut Ink, making them completely customizable to your wedding, shower, or party theme, as well as how to turn them into boutonnieres and small bouquets.

Supplies

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Walnut Ink – Lilac, Willow – http://bit.ly/2yiVlQB
Fireworks! Shimmery Craft Spray – Lilac Posies, New Sprout – http://bit.ly/2CNSlOu
Tear It! Tape – http://bit.ly/2y4RlFM
Craft Mat – http://bit.ly/2ypJtwb

Other Supplies:

Coffee Filters
Clover – Water Spritzer
Darice – Heat Tool
Fiskars – Scissors
Floral Wire
Floral Tape
Ribbon

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