Coffee Filter Doily

When you are ready to give your jams, jellies, and bath salts away, here is an easy doily for the top you can make when you don't have a scrap of material.

Approximate Time: Less than 10 minutes


  • coffee filter
  • eyelet lace punch
  • rubber band
  • ribbon



Using your Martha Stewart eyelet lace punch (I got mine at Michael's craft store), punch around the edge of the coffee filter and place on top of the jar. I use a rubber band to hold it in place while I tie the ribbon. Cover with your choice of ribbon, if desired.

By Tedebear from San Jose, CA

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October 13, 20100 found this helpful

You got my vote. Think how much you save on doilies, like under cookies on a plate. Good tip, joanie

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October 14, 20100 found this helpful

Excellent and crafty idea. You're getting a thumbs up from me too.

Thanks for sharing.


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