I have a confession to make. Y’all know I love making Valentine’s Day crafts but I don’t own a Valentine’s Day wreath! So I’ve been doing a lot of browsing through some of my favorite blogger’s projects and I’ve come up with these DIY Valentine’s Day wreath ideas. Which one do you think I should make?
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DIY Valentine’s Day Wreaths
Complete instructions and lists of supplies and tools that you need can be found by clicking the heading over each photo. Each of these easy wreaths were made by a blogger who shared it on their own website. I’m sure they would appreciate a visit from you!
Wow! That was one bright sweater!!! But I’m on the lookout for one now whenever I go to the thrift store.
This wreath makes me wish I lived by the ocean so I could scour the beach for driftwood. Isn’t it beautiful? If you like beach decor or even have a farmhouse theme, this wreath would look great in your home.
It’s hard to believe that these pretty little roses are made with tissue paper! A far cry from the tissue paper flowers that I used to make in elementary school!
Here’s another valentine wreath made with sweaters. I like the combination of red and pink on this one. I don’t usually use that combination but I will when I decorate for Valentine’s Day.
Sometimes it’s the most simple wreaths that are the most beautiful! This wreath wouldn’t take much time to make but I love the simplicity and subtle colors in it.
Wow! $10!?! Plus the great thing about this one is that you can easily remove the Valentine elements and decorate it for other holidays throughout the year.
Nothing says Valentine’s Day like roses and hearts. This wreath has both. Simple, easy, and perfect.
If you do any sewing or quilting, save your red and pink scraps to make a cute Valentine’s Day wreath like this one. And again, it could easily be switched out for other holidays.
Here’s another fabric wreath for all you seamstresses with extra cloth stashed away!
Valentine’s Day Puzzle Piece Wreath
Don’t throw your puzzles away if you lose a piece! You can use them for crafting.
This would be a fun wreath to make with the kids in your life. Let them cover a simple grapevine wreath with pipe cleaner hearts.
It looks like interchangeable wreaths are a theme in this article. I think this one might even be my favorite. I love the little cupid’s arrow with XOXOXO across the top. And the felt hearts are easy to cut out and attach with pins so you can replace them for the next holiday.
I know burlap wreaths have been around for a while but I still love them. They’re simple and easy to make. The red burlap makes this one a little different.
What!?! This one’s made with a clothes hanger! Another fun wreath to make with kids.
I used to make wreaths like this years ago. They’re a lot of fun to make and each one can look totally different, depending on the fabric you use. HINT: Try mesh, tulle, and lace, too!
Can you tell what this one’s made out of? It’s definitely a unique heart wreath! Don’t throw anything away! Repurpose it all!
This wreath is very similar to the one above, just paint the ends with red craft paint.
You don’t have to use red or pink for your Valentine’s Day decorations. This blogger used blue but you could also go all-natural with it for neutral holiday decor.
Here’s another one of those burlap wreaths that I love making!
More Valentine’s Day Decorations
- How I Display My Vintage Valentine Postcard Collection
- Valentine’s Day Decorations Made with Scrabble Tiles
- Valentine’s Day Magnets Made with Repurposed Game Pieces
Don’t forget to leave a comment and let me know which DIY Valentine’s Day wreath you think I should make for my front door! And just in case you’d rather buy a wreath, here are a few on Amazon.
‘Til the next project,