Coffee filter flowers

These flowers are fussy cut from a used coffee filter that was sprayed with blue oxide spray. Once constructed with hand sewn buttons I sprayed them with shimmer spray for added bling. The wreath, leaf, sentiments and bronze bg were all cut on the Silhouette. b&w bg is printed from a pp download. All is mounted on white cs base. Everything used for this card was leftovers or from my stash, nothing made just for this one but the white cs base.

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Double Trouble: PP for the girls and bling

Crafting Happiness: Hello

Stinkin Inkers: For the Girls

10 thoughts on “Coffee filter flowers”

  1. What beautiful flowers Bonnie! I really like the black and white with just your flowers for color. I’m also glad to see I’m not the only one to save coffee filters that have been used for other crafty things and use them.

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  2. You are so clever and creative and a great way to upcycle those filters. I love the flowers. The whole card design is gorgeous!

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  3. Beautiful!!! Love the black & white with a touch of bronze background. Those flowers are so cool with the hand sewn buttons and the glitter spray is just the perfect touch.

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  4. Great idea using coffee filters for your flowers… my daughter shared a large supply which I use when working with embossing powders. But now I have another use. Beautiful creative background. Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble and Stinkin’Inkers.

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  5. Lovely card, Bonnie! I especially like the contrast of light and dark with your color choices. Your use of coffee filters produced a striking result. Thank you for joining us at Double Trouble Challenge #84.

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