I used the same "techniques" she did. Click HERE to see her tutorial. I use unbleached coffee filters in my coffee pot so that's what I had on hand when I decided one morning to start painting coffee filters. It was to my advantage as it gave the look I wanted, especially since I was just using my kids' finger paint mixed with water. I can't remember how many filters I used, maybe 200? I had them all drying in my kitchen on string strung back and forth. I spent a morning painting these filters and I may or may not have been in my pajamas for a good portion. You may ask where my kids were? Emma was in bed for a good portion of the morning and Katie was probably playing or watching me or watching a Road to Avonlea with me. Again, my memory fails. I have no pictures of the actual process only the final product. It took hours, literally, (that's for you Hanna), to do it all. And then the roses sat in a basket for a week or two, or three, maybe four (there's that memory again) until I finally glued them on a wreath frame. But by now, I'm sure you're all dying of curiosity to know what my wreath looks like. Ok here you go!
Ya want another look? Ok ok, here you go!