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Who knew coffee filters could be this versatile? This is one spectacularly fun Springtime project that won't break the bank. Most tutorials tell you to dip filters into watered down paint. But spraying makes this project fast and far less messy.

Here's what you'll need ...

-- A 12" foam wreath
-- 200 coffee filters
-- Craft Smart acrylic paint, "Citron" -- Michaels.com
-- Craft Smart acrylic paint, "Phtalo Red" -- Michaels.com
-- Hot glue gun
-- Glue sticks
-- Preval Sprayer -- HomeDepot.com
-- Scissors
-- Funnel
-- Water

TIP:
Careful! Use a low-heat glue gun to protect your fingers from burns.
<p>Thanks, sunshiine and saverbuch! This project was a lot of fun, and so easy too. </p>
<p>Thanks for sharing. I really like the idea of painting the filters. It sure pops!</p>
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