I'm going to post the directions first for this project and then the photos.
Oh, what is it, you ask? Why, it's a Coffee Filter Candy Corn Wreath,
I found over at Chica And Jo. It's so easy and it is really cute:
Step One; Take white coffee filters. Take into bundles of about 50.
The white you do nothing to. For the yellow and orange of the candy
corn take 50 filters and into orange colored water, let the color absorb
about halfway up. Do the same with 50 more filters, this time in yellow
colored water, again let the color soak about halfway up the filters.
Step Two: Trace a candy corn shape on brown bag paper and cut out
Chica used left over syrofoam from packing material.
Step Three: To prevent burned fingers from the glue gun, she wrapped
the dried colored coffee filters around a pen and put a dab of hot glue and started gluing to the candy corn base.
Step Four: Start at the bottom with yellow, place the filters around the
edge of the form and just glue away!!
I hope you enjoyed this project. I want to thank Chica and Jo for
allowing me to show you this cute door hanging.
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