Have you thought how creative and innovative you can get by designing various artistic crafts using simple coffee filters? Make the décor of your house look more charming by adorning your flower vase or center table with a bunch of attractive roses made from coffee filters. Here are certain easy ways to assist you in pursuing your artistic skills.
The combination of white and pink paints adds elegance to this rose, giving it a realistic touch.
This bunch of light blue roses will definitely give your living room a calm and soothing touch. Dip your coffee filters with colors suiting the wall paints of your home.
A bunch of these colorful roses will be a perfect gift from your end to your better half on Valentine’s Day.
Follow the simple tutorial to make this white and yellow coffee filter rose which will be pleasing to the eyes.
Rather than going for material gifts, make a bunch of coffee filter roses to gift your loved ones on any special occasion and watch the broad smile on their face. You can confine your color choice to white for its charm and soberness or add touches of red and pink to it. Make your baby shower a memorable one by decorating your house with these cute roses.
The instructions shown in this video will help you in creating this colorful bouquet, which will be aptly suited for your bedroom especially if you have a mix-and-match color pattern on the walls.
Isn’t it a remarkable idea to gift paper made roses to your beloved with candies serving as the stems? You may make paper leaves and write both your names on it to give it a personalized touch.
By following this video tutorial, you can make a whole bunch of same or different colored roses.
A little effort from your end will give you the joy of holding these splendid handmade coffee filter roses as you walk down the aisle, hand in hand with your prince charming.
So what are you waiting for? Get started and enjoy a fulfilling experience, making these lovely roses that will cheer you up as well as relieve you of your boredom.
Published on July 20th 2015 by Miranda Gibbs