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DIY: Easy Valentine's Wreath and Simple Heart Flower Arrangements

Learn to create beautiful and easy DIY Valentine's Day decorations with our step-by-step guide. Make a stunning wreath and heart flower arrangements to add a romantic touch to your home.

Craft materials for creating heart wreath

Collage showing faux floral, and wooden letters for heart wreath

Valentine heart wreath

Materials Needed:

- Wooden letters
- Paint (any color of your choice)
- Heart wreath
- Silk flowers
- Red twine
- Mini clothespins

I purchased most of my materials from Michaels, but you can easily find most of these items in a dollar store or a craft store.

To begin, paint your wooden letters. I used white paint and red paint to create some hearts and red dots. After painting, set them aside.

Next, arrange your flowers on the heart wreath. Use a wire cutter to snip each flower and place them in the desired arrangement.

Once you've finished arranging the flowers, add the red twine to the back of the heart wreath. This will be used to hang the wreath.

Finally, use the mini clothespins to hang the letters from the wreath. Once everything is in place, your project is complete! Hang it up wherever you'd like and enjoy!

Wooden hearts being painted

Close up showing heart flower arrangement

Wooden heart flower arrangement with faux flowers

Here are the instructions for creating a simple heart flower arrangement.

 You will need 
wooden hearts, popsicle sticks, glue, paint, flowers, and a vase or jar. Optional materials include marbles or stones.

Most of these materials can be easily found at the dollar store. This is a great project to involve kids in!

 First, paint the wooden hearts and popsicle sticks and let them dry. Then, glue the wooden hearts onto the popsicle sticks.

Once you have completed these steps, find some flowers and place them into your vase or jar. If you'd like, you can also add marbles or stones to your vase or jar. That's it! Your heart flower arrangement is complete. Enjoy!

Be sure to check out my post on simple ways to decorate a vase. Just click on the link below.

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Pinterest pin showing Valentine Wreath


  1. Beautiful and easy! Thank you for sharing!

    1. Holly, thank you so much! And I appreciate you stopping by. :)

  2. Great job and very detailed instructions.

  3. So pretty!! I need to make one of these for sure.

    1. Sarah, thank you so much! And thank you for stopping by.

  4. Marilyn, thank you so much! I will be sure to party with you all at over the moon again soon. :)

  5. Marilyn,

    Thank you so very much! I am thrilled to hear that my post will be featured. This made me smile. Again, thank you so very much. I will be sure to stop by for the #OverTheMoon party.

  6. Love your wreath. So pretty. Congratulations, you are being featured on TFT/
    Have a great day.


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