Wreaths are such an easy, beautiful way to dress up your home for any reason you can think of, and Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to get crafty and change up your front door or mantel decor! In this post, we have collected 7 amazing DIY Valentine wreaths with step-by-step instructions to show you how to craft each one with the supplies you’ve probably already got in your craft stash. These include projects made with classic wreath forms as well as some less traditional ideas as well. So, feeling crafty? Help Cupid’s arrow find you with these gorgeous DIY wreath ideas!
February doesn’t have to be dreary! Ditch the classic grapevine wreath form and dress up your front door this month with a romantic shabby chic inspired Valentine’s Day wreath made from an old IKEA picture frame! This DIY wreath is easy to make, and it has such a sweet vibe that’s perfect for your Valentine’s Day decor. If you don’t have an IKEA frame, you can use any old picture frame in any shape and size for this wreath craft. The possibilities are endless! If you’re into Valentine’s Day crafts, this is a really fun one to customize and make your own. The message using xoxo ornaments is such a sweet touch, don’t you think? Check out the link to get the full tutorial on making this gorgeous wreath.
This DIY French country farmhouse inspired floral wreath is simple to make and perfect for Valentine’s Day or spring! Simply choose colours and flowers that you find appropriate for whatever occasion you are decorating for (pinks are a great choice for either season!). Basically, all you’ll need is a plain faux boxwood wreath and a handful (or tons, it’s up to you) of your favourite faux florals and greens.
Paper DIY Valentine Wreaths
Do you love a good paper wreath? So do I! Come learn how to make a romantic, shabby chic, paper heart wreath for Valentine’s Day or spring. It’s an easy craft, all you need is:
- a hot-glue gun
- some book pages
- a wreath form template
- a bit of lace or ribbon or twine to tie in a bow and hang it with
The result is so ruffly and beautiful. This is one of my favourite DIY Valentine’s Day wreaths to get the kids involved because while it is a bit time consuming, it’s an easy one for them to help with! If you don’t like the idea of ruining a book just for a craft (the one I used was from the dollar store), you could make something similar using tissue paper or even coffee filters, if that’s what you have on hand. I love the book page look but feel free to make this your own!
I ADORE flowers. And flowers with HEARTS? Even better! This lovey-dovey wreath is a combination of both, and it’s the perfect crafty decoration for Valentine’s Day or spring. You can easily cut all of the flower pieces out with a Cricut and assemble your own lovely DIY paper flower hoop wreath. These beautiful wreaths will be fully customized to your own personal taste and style, which is something I love about them. This would make a beautiful gift or a lovely addition to your own mantel or door.
DIY Grapevine Valentine Wreaths
It’s nice to have decor that works for more than one occasion! I want to share with you how to make a very simple rustic romantic wreath that works for both Valentine’s Day and spring. For this one, you’ll need:
- a grapevine heart wreath base
- some faux fabric peonies and greenery
- simple hot glue
You can make this extra sweet wreath to use as decor in either season.
A dried floral wreath is such a beautiful, organic decor element for any season, and you can easily save money by making one yourself! Here’s how to make a dried flower wreath in a few easy steps. Choose colours and flowers that work for Valentine’s Day, spring, or any other occasion, and let your creativity run wild.
Lavender wreaths are a beautiful way to decorate your home for any occasion. I think it’s such a gorgeous shade for any season, and you could easily intersperse other faux flowers for a specific look you have in mind (pink for Valentine’s Day, anyone?). Come learn how to make a simple lavender wreath with faux lavender for your front door or mantel decor!
I’m a firm believer that wreaths aren’t just for Christmas, and I hope I’ve proven that with this round up post! I’d love to see your Valentine Wreath DIY! Tag me on instagram @thediymommy – Happy crafting, everyone!