Red Coffee Filter Heart

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Coffee Filter Heart with Red Ink | Country Design Style | countrydesignstyle.comWe are a romantic couple…

364 days of the year!

Valentine’s Day is simply another day for us.

We don’t spend money on gifts.  We may go out to eat…because we’re hungry.  We may go to the movies…because there is a movie we want to see.

But otherwise February 14th is simply another day.

Red Inked HeartSo this post is for you…and coffee lovers…and those that bought one of those k cup coffee makers and still have a cabinet full of coffee filters!

So, here’s the steps I took for this red coffee filter heart.  Grab a box of filters.  You will need a whole box!

You will also need a red ink bottle.  One of those that you reink ink pads.  A piece of cardboard that you cut into a heart shape.  My was about 16 inches by 16 inches.

I found it was quicker to ink the edges of the coffee filters when they were still stacked together.  I did about 20 at a time.

Red Inked Heart-3Let the ink dry.  Then separate the filters.  This might be the best thing about k cup type coffeemakers…no separating the filters! 🙂

Red Inked Heart-2Then I folded them in half, then in quarters.  Some I folded once again.

Red Inked Heart-4And started hot gluing onto the cardboard heart.

Red Inked Heart-5I went around the edges first.

Coffee Filter Heart with Red Ink | Country Design Style | countrydesignstyle.comThen filled in the middle.  This is the red coffee filter heart inside.

Red Coffee Filter HeartAnd this is the red coffee filter heart hanging outside.

It is protected by the front porch.

I’m just glad to get rid of another box of coffee filters! 🙂

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