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Coffee Filter Flowers

Coffee Filter Flowers
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Use coffee filters and watercolours (or washable markers) to make one-of-a-kind flowers.

By: Andrea Mulder-Slater

What You Need:

  • Round coffee filters.
  • Watercolour paints, water and brushes.
  • Optional: Magic Markers
  • Scissors
  • Pipe Cleaner
  • Bead

Kids can make flowers from coffee filters and watercolours or markers. KinderArt.com

What You Do:

Paint the coffee filters using watercolour paint with a lot of water.

Kids can make flowers from coffee filters and watercolours or markers. KinderArt.com

As an alternative, add designs with washable markers and use plain water and a paintbrush to make the colours run.
Kids can make flowers from coffee filters and watercolours or markers. KinderArt.com

Kids can make flowers from coffee filters and watercolours or markers. KinderArt.com

Let the coffee filters dry.
Kids can make flowers from coffee filters and watercolours or markers. KinderArt.com

Stack the filters and add a colourful muffin liner on top.
Kids can make flowers from coffee filters and watercolours or markers. KinderArt.com

Poke a hole through all filters (and the muffin liner) with a pair of scissors and run a pipe cleaner through the hole, securing it with a bead. And add a twisted pipe cleaner stem.
Kids can make flowers from coffee filters and watercolours or markers. KinderArt.com

 

 

 

Coffee Filter Flowers

Kids can make flowers from coffee filters and watercolours or markers. KinderArt.com

Use coffee filters and watercolours (or washable markers) to make one-of-a-kind flowers.

Materials

  • Round coffee filters.
  • Watercolour paints, water and brushes.
  • Optional: Magic Markers
  • Scissors
  • Pipe Cleaner
  • Bead

Instructions

Paint the coffee filters using watercolour paint with a lot of water.

As an alternative, add designs with washable markers and use plain water and a paintbrush to make the colours run.

Let the coffee filters dry.

Stack the filters and add a colourful muffin liner on top.

Poke a hole through all filters (and the muffin liner) with a pair of scissors and run a pipe cleaner through the hole, securing it with a
bead. And add a twisted pipe cleaner stem.


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