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Giant Coffee Filter Snowball Light

By: Monica from craftynest.com

Wow your guests this holiday season when you make this Giant Coffee Filter Snowball Light. This winter decorating idea is a fabulous wall hanging for any room in your house. Be prepared to spend a couple days making this awesome snowball, because you'll need about 800 coffee filters to do so. When you finish, the results will be so worth it. Hang it on your wall and watch the amazed expressions on the faces of your guests when they see this great winter craft.

Giant Coffee Filter Snowball Light
Giant Coffee Filter Snowball Light
This image courtesy of craftynest.com

Estimated Cost: $11-$20

Time to complete: Weekend project

Main Material: Recycled Materials

Easy

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Find this awesome project and more in our collection, 38 Cheap and Adorable Christmas Decor Ideas.

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I have all intentions of making this coffee filter "snowball" light. I have just the place to hang it in my home. I plan to surround the fixture with a "picture frame" for added affect. I love this. It is so frilly and will fit in my shabby chic decor.

This is cute. Even though it is marked as a snowball, this can be a wall hanging at any time of the year. My niece would really like this in her college dorm room.

Did you draw a spiral on the hardware screen to keep your spiral even, or did you just eyeball it? I have a hard time keeping track of where my spiral should be, so I often have to label the place it goes to keep track until I get it finished.

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