Coffee Filter Flowers tutorial.

If you haven't made these yet...you should!
You will love them!
If you have made these before...you should do it again!  :)

They turn out so big and beautiful!
In any color you pick!

These would make the most beautiful Valentine bouquet or decoration!

Step 1: Supplies

To start...you'll need coffee filters.  Coffee filters are magical absorbent paper bowls.

This pack of 100 made 16 flowers for me and cost less than $1.
(you use 6 filters per flower)

Food coloring
Shallow dish

Later on, you'll need:

Green Pipe cleaners (optional)
<p>These are so cool! I used to make things similar to this when I was younger. Except I was boring and did one color on the flower! These are so cool! </p>
<p>Thanks for sharing this pretty and simple design. I have two sizes of coffeemakers so I keep two sizes of filters on hand. I believe I'll start with the small ones. </p>
<p>Thank you for sharing,I love the way they turned out going to make some this week-end.Yours turned out beautiful..I hope mine does as well.</p>
<p>liked it ..amazing</p>
<p>I wanted smaller flowers so I used cupcake baking cups! I'm looking forward to dyeing them (haven't tried yet, but I'm sure it will be different as I don't think they're nearly as absorbent). Here's the bouquet I made: </p><p>http://makeamazingcontest.scotchbrand.com/EntryDetailsvoting.aspx?EntryID=135&amp;voteid=8&amp;votechoiceid=46</p>
<p>Voted for you!</p>
This is adorable
I really Like how easy and cute it is. I made one the next day is not the best but here's a picture of it!
<p>These both look great! I love how soft and big they turned out! There are so many varieties...I need to make a million more! Thanks for sharing, wish I had a patch to give you! Make sure to click the &quot;I Made it!&quot; button at the top by the voting thing! Awesome job! :)</p>
... I just made another one this is it.
<p> I love it!</p>
<p>I love the way you dyed the filters! So beautiful!</p>
<p>So cute! love the colors :)</p>
Going to make these with my grand daughter
<p>They look so beautiful :), thank you so much for sharing. I love the colors you chose.</p>

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