Dip-Dyed Coffee Filter Flowers

Today, Marianne is turning basic coffee filters, food coloring, and paper cups into stunning dip-dyed flowers perfect for spring and an Easter centerpiece.

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25 Replies to “Dip-Dyed Coffee Filter Flowers”

  1. Instead of wasting cups, why not cut toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls? There's got to be a less wasteful way then a paper cup. 🙂

  2. Coffee filter flowers are so AMAZING & FUN! I just did a video making dipped Coffee Filter Flowers. They came out beautiful! I like to use them all around my house.

  3. bonjour, C'est Très joli, mais en France les filtre à café ne sont pas comme cela! il sont simple. Ce que vous avez resemble plus à des moule à cageau individuel

  4. I'm going to try cutting farther into the flower to make different shapes of petals. It would be fun to try making asters for summer and poinsettias for Christmas.

  5. I just love these! I am going to make them for my Mom's Day Brunch
    next month. They will look lovely on the tables with the candies inside.
    Thanks so much for getting me inspired! 

  6. Great video! I love your shirt! Would you mind sharing where you got it!? I love it so much I was nervous when you were demonstrating the food coloring! Lol!

  7. That is a darling idea!  What a great Mother's Day gift this would make, also!  You're so good!

  8. These are so pretty Marianne! I can think of a billion ways to use these lovely flowers. Bravo!

  9. I have been waiting for a nice and simple coffee filter flower tutorial for a long time. This is PERFECT!! Thanks for sharing!!

  10. They'd look pretty sweet with a led candle flickering in there too. Great video Marianne, thanks!

  11. Reminds me of when i was little doing "Tie Dye" coffee filters by folding them up in different ways and using the dip dye method.

  12. Love this project so much! I remember how well received the white watercolor roses I made from coffee filters were a few years ago.  Will have to revisit this craft with a spring touch. 🙂

  13. These are so pretty! And Marianne, your voice is so soothing and you make me smile 😊 Happy easter!

  14. Beautiful vibrant colors! I love how they turned out! They look gorgeous! I usually plan holiday parties for my younger siblings and have them help me with decorations, this will be a fun diy for them and a gorgeous center peice! Thanks!💜

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