Dip coffee filter into bowl & create beautiful flowers in minutes

If you want to add some fun and stylish decor to your home but don't want to fork over your summer budget, the following DIY is perfect for you. With just a handful of materials, you can transform ordinary coffee filters into beautiful flowers.
As you can see from the video below, the colorful blossoms don't require lots of talent or even patterns, just some basic cutting and hot glue skills. Get started on the below and be ready to impress your guests:
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Materials needed:
- Food coloring
- Coffee filters
- Paper cups
- Scissors
- Shallow Plastic Dish
- Glue gun
- Warm water
- Cooling rack
- Baking sheet
- Glitter
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The process of making the flowers appears quick in the video, with most of the time spent waiting for food coloring and water dipped coffee filters to dry.
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After that, it's a trim with the scissors for the filter flowers and paper cup base before hot gluing the flowers together. For complete instructions, be sure and watch the video below.
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You can fill the center with any fun decor item of your choice! We chose confetti:
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