Valentines Wreath DIY | 10 Minute DIY for Valentine’s Day Decor
I took a trip to Hobby Lobby yesterday because I had an office project I needed a few items for. The kids and I walked away with absolutely nothing for my office but all the makings for a Valentines Day wreath. Don’t ask me how that happened, I’m not entirely sure. But, I went with it and now have this cuuuuute wreath hanging on my front door.
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This was the easiest craft to put together. In less than 10 minutes at home I had it completed and garnishing my front door. The fun thing about this wreath is you can remove the hearts and turn it into a St. Patty’s day version, Easter, 4th of July, the list goes on.
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All you need to start is a wreath of your choice. Again, I purchased mine from Hobby Lobby, but these from Amazon would also work great!
Once you’ve got the wreath it’s time to grab some decor to add to it. You can get as creative or keep it as simple as you’d like. I stayed with simple this round. I found some styrofoam glitter hearts and inserted wire into the bottom and attached them throughout the wreath. I also had some white flowers from a Christmas project that I repurposed for a little focal point. White against green is so smashing, I love it.
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This one is so dang fun! Need a little afternoon project or just want to add some color to your home after all the Christmas decor gets put away? Simply make this wreath and instantly add a focal point and pop of color to your door or any room in the house.
Looking for more Valentines day decor? This tissue paper garland is beautiful! I used it as the backdrop for my Valentines mimosa bar! It was so colorful and festive!
And if you love desserts as much as I do, make sure to check out this stunning Valentines Ombre Cake , these amazing cookies with orange raspberry buttercream frosting, or these easy to make cake pops!