DIY Coffee Filter Candle Holders


DIY Coffee Filter Candle Holders


DIY Coffee Filter Candle Holders
DIY Coffee Filter Candle Holders

The DIY Coffee Filter Candle Holders are a fun and easy decoration for your wedding tables. The best part is no one will know these beauties are made out of something as simple as coffee filters. If you opt to not color the filters, you can complete this craft in ten minutes or less. You can easily make a ton of these DIY candle holders, because they are so economical and so quick. Once your candle holder is ready, all you need to do is stick a pillar candle in the center. If you prefer, you could also fill a vase or jar full of softener salt crystals and add a small candle to the top.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour


Primary TechniquePaper Crafts


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Holy cow! These are easy, inexpensive and so pretty. They can be made in any color to match your wedding theme. And after reading thru the directions it's going to be very easy to do. Those coffee filters I socked up on right before I was given a Kcup machine will finally be put to good use.

I love finding new uses for coffee filters. Last summer, after seeing a few crafts made with them, I bought about 50 packages of coffee filters. 50 packages! What was I thinking? LOL. I have enough coffee filters to try all the DIYs. I do like using them though, because they are easy to dye to use with any project and in our summer heat they dry extremely fast and I don't have to use the oven-drying method. Thanks for the inspiration-will add these to my coffee filter DIY list!


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