Are you getting ready for Cupid’s favorite holiday? Adorn a wall or door with a cute Valentine’s Day wreath – here are 20 projects you can make!
I’ve shown you some great Valentine’s Day canvases, heart projects, and even conversation heart hair bows for Cupid’s favorite holiday – but I’ve not shown you wreaths! Which is crazy because of all the projects I make in this world, I will never tire of making wreaths.
You can make them for any holiday or celebration, and there is an immediate gratification when you hang that bad boy on the wall and step back and admire your handiwork. Wouldn’t you agree?
If you’re in need of a Valentine’s Day wreath, I’ve got just the thing for you – a collection of 20 ideas that you’re going to love. All you have to do to see them is scroll down!
DIY Valentine’s Day Wreath
This wreath is for the true DIY’er – make it out of branches and logs.
Willow wreaths are so pretty, and Abbey made her’s even more so with paper hearts.
Erin used several rolls of clearance Christmas mesh to make this 20 minute wreath!
This simple and cute Valentine’s Day wreath was made using clearance and thrift store items.
I love the color palette of the rosettes that Tonya chose for her fancy wreath!
A little non-traditional, this wreath uses turquoise instead of pink or red.
Pom poms aren’t just for kids crafts! Add them to a wreath form for perfect holiday decor.
Who doesn’t love conversation hearts and a good yarn wrapped wreath? I “luv” this!
See how it was done at Mohans Rule
Leftover Christmas ornaments and tinsel are no match for Valentine’s Day crafting!
This wreath reminds me of my favorite pair of argyle socks.
See how it was made at Life, Love, and Photographs
The gigantic bow and combination of red/pink really make this wreath.
I’ve always loved wreaths made out of frames, and this one is especially perfect.
See how it was made at Lil’ Luna
Add a bit of personalization with this awesome family photo idea.
For more of a rustic look for your holiday, go with jute and lace.
What I love about this Valentine’s Day wreath is that the banner is removeable, so you can use it for other holidays as well!
The full, poofy appearance of this delightful wreath comes from cupcake wrappers!
Grab some vintage Valentine’s Day cards and make this bad boy in about 15 minutes or less.
Felt wreaths always make a statement as far as I’m concerned, and this one is no exception.
I love the pink sequins, gold, and especially the large arrow in this wreath.
Here’s another non-traditional option for you, this time with embroidery hoops.
Are you going to make a Valentine’s Day wreath this year? I’d love to know in the comments! Let me know if you choose any from this list to make. Happy V-Day!