Post # 1
This project took me a little over 3 months. I wanted something that I can make for my wedding that was within budget and shows what talent I have. I got the idea off of Martha Stewarts website – http://www.marthastewart.com/993139/assemble-coffee-filter-roses-cassie-chappell?search_key=coffee%20filters
This was so time consuming but so worth it at the end. I had 17 tables for the reception so I made 10 big rose towers and 7 small rose towers.
Post # 3
Those look great! I’m loving the feathers underneath!
Post # 4
Wow, that’s amazing! Well done! I tried my hand at coffee filter flowers once and it was disastrous.
Can I ask how you dyed the coffee filters that dark of a color?
Post # 5
@Shamus11: Thank you! I spray painted them. Just went to Walmart and bought a whole bunch of the Red Cherry Spray paint.
Post # 6
@MiraJo: Thank you! Yes the feathers gave it a nice touch and it also covered up the green foam ball I used. 🙂
Post # 7
@lisa.pham.904: wow thoes are nice beautiful job girl
Post # 8
@lisa.pham.904: if you dont mind me asking how many guest are invited to your wedding? i ask caz i made 15 centerpieces and we have a guest list of about 120 will it be enough?
8 to a table
Post # 9
Very well done! They are beautiful centerpieces.
Post # 10
@HisNightOwl2014: I invited 189 but only 138 RSVP and I sat 8 to table. So 15 centerpieces will be just enough.
Post # 11
@lisa.pham.904: thank you so much!
Post # 12
Holy cow, those are beautiful. You did a great job!
Post # 13
@lisa.pham.904: Wow how cool do they look. Great job.
Post # 14
beautfiul! great job, they look so professional, never would guess they are filters 🙂
Post # 15
Wow!!! I was dubious when I saw the post title, but how gorgeous! I would be so impressed if I were a guest at your wedding.
Post # 16
They look great. I think I would have gone insane making them though! Congrats to you for sticking with it!