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Valentine’s Wreath Ideas

From ribbons to yarn and a little bit in between, there are plenty of heart-warming Valentine’s Wreath Ideas that will make this season shine.

This photo shows a collage of different Valentine's Wreath Ideas.

If you love to decorate with all the pinks, reds, and frilly things then Valentine’s Day is your season.

Of course the very first place you want to address is your front door.

If you are not sure how you want to spruce up your entryway then give these ideas a shot. They are some of the best Valentine’s wreaths we have found.

So many clever and unique materials to use.

Everyone who walks into your front door will feel the love.

14+ Valentine’s Wreath Ideas you will Love!

You can create this rag tie wreath using all of your favorite Valentine fabrics.
Valentine’s Day just got a whole lot cuter with this DIY Heart Rag Wreath tutorial

“This beautiful tissue paper flower Valentine’s Day wreath is deceptively simple to make! This easy papercraft is perfect for Valentine’s Day decor or for Valentine’s Day party.” – Get the tutorial by Hey Let’s Make Stuff

“Grab a few basic supplies from your craft stash to make this cute scrapbook paper heart wreath for Valentine’s Day!” – Get the tutorial by Typically Simple

Learn how to make a DIY embroidery hoop Valentine’s Day wreath in 30 minutes with this step-by-step tutorial by Real Coake

“A chocolate heart box or candy box, especially the vintage kind, is PERFECT for upcycling into a Valentine’s Day wreath with this simple craft” – Get the tutorial by Sadie Seasongoods

A cute Valentine heart wreath made with tissue paper. Get the tutorial by It all Started with Paint

This sequined trim Valentine wreath is gorgeous, it might look a little complicated to make but it is quite easy and you can make it too. Get the tutorial by Nest of Posies

This sweet little Hearts and Lovebirds Valentine’s Day Wreath is adorable for Valentine’s Day but would be perfect to leave up through Spring as well. Get the full tutorial over at Flaming Toes.

“This easy yarn heart wreath is the perfect TV watching craft that you can do over the course of an evening and have a pretty new piece of décor in time for Valentine’s Day.” – Get the tutorial Design Improvised

Although this wreath might seem complex, it’s actually very simple. It’s made using striped paper straws. Get Two Twenty One’s full tutorial details here.

Featuring a variety of red and pink ribbons, this fun, easy to make ribbon wreath is the perfect holiday décor piece for a crafter of any skill level. – Get the details over at She’s Kinda Crafty

Make this super easy coffee filter wreath for Valentine’s day, even if you hate to decorate! This is an easy way to add a bit of festive decor to your home. Get the tutorial from The Bold Abode.

“This Valentine’s paper flower wreath made from paper daffodils is perfect décor for the holiday.” Get all the details from The House that Lars Built

Even if you don’t think you’re crafty, you’ll be able to pull together this cute DIY Valentine’s Day wreath made out of simple cupcake liners! – Get the tutorial at Tater Tots and Jello

“This Valentine’s Day wreath couldn’t be sweeter…or easier to make!” Get all of Nikki N Stitches’ details over on her blog.

“Using a simple foam wreath form, extremely inexpensive Christmas ornaments, a glue gun, and some tulle, I made a fun, eye-catching wreath to get us out of the January doldrums and into the spirit of Valentine’s Day.” – Momdot … Get her full details here.

“This DIY Valentine wreath is made with dollar store and recycled supplies, so it’s super thrifty! It’s also easy enough that kids can help make it.” – The Soccer Mom Blog, Get the tutorial

Get the step-by-step tutorial on how to make this beautiful Valentine’s deco mesh wreath over at Crafty Morning.

If you aren’t interested in making your own DIY Valentine wreath then check out these beauties that are available for purchase. So many great ones!

If you found these Valentine’s Wreath Ideas helpful then be sure you pop over to our other Valentine posts for even more fun ideas.