If you want some quick and easy ideas for valentine decor, these 15 projects are perfect! Getting your home ready for Valentine’s Day is a breeze.
Well, the easiest thing for me to make and display is wall art. I can remove something that is already hanging on the wall and then put up the new art. When the season or holiday is over, I can quickly change it back! I love that idea, since I don’t have a lot of time and room to decorate.
If you are on the same page as me, you’re going to love these 15 projects for Valentine’s Day. Who knows – you might even want to keep them up all year!
DIY Valentine Decor
Use your favorite pink and red fabrics with painted embroidery hoops to make a valentine display.
This cute display is a perfect reason to search through the garage for spare parts.
I did string art at summer camp once, and this makes me want to try it again!
This simple design that you can keep up all year fits perfectly into a 12″ square frame.
I love that the herringbone background of this canvas looks so textured – the secret is wrapping paper.
I love it when crafters take tissue paper up a notch – and that’s exactly what Lia did with this art panel.
Taryn used a pack of wood shims for contractors to create this unique ombre pallet art.
Steph made this look like a real marquee by using mini Christmas ornaments. Brilliant!
I love how this heart was created using a variety of punched smaller hearts – and then shimmer was added on top.
This simple pom pom art is quick to make – just get a basswood plaque and start gluing.
Note: the original tutorial is no longer available so use the photo for inspiration!
Sweet and Simple
Let kids get in on the holiday decor action – show them how to paint simple hearts and then frame.
I’ve always wanted to try using thumbtacks on a canvas, and this is the perfect reason to do it.
Get the instructions at Life in Velvet
The effect of this metallic painted art is super cool on a glass panel.
All you need to make this heart is ten sheets of paper, a paper cutter and glue dots.
You can make a fun wall of hearts that pops just by cutting, folding and hanging.
What is your favorite valentine decor and do you like to make it yourself? Let me know in the comments!