With apologies to T. S. Eliot and J. Alfred Prufrock, I cannot measure out my life with coffee spoons because I don't drink coffee. Recently, however, I measured out a couple of days with coffee filters.
For the last several years, I have hung a white feather wreath on our dining room mirror at Christmastime. Loved that wreath; I got it at a local gift shop long before feather wreaths were at the big box stores and everywhere else. With each succeeding year though, the wreath got a little more bedraggled. This year, I decided sadly that I really shouldn't bring it back out. What to replace it?
I liked the look of some of the coffee filter wreaths I've seen on Pinterest, and it sounded easy, so I got the supplies and got to work.
|coffee filters, glue gun, glue sticks, old t-shirt, scissors, straw wreath|
|wrapped in t-shirt strips the inside edge of glued filters|
|back of the wreath|
For those of you who have been wondering why I haven't posted lately, I have indeed been busy, but I had also run out of photo space (again!) on Picasa. I am now trying a Flickr account. I hope this will be the ticket.