Easy Valentine’s Day Wreath
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, y’all! Valentine’s Day! You know that I can’t resist a pop of color here and there… and Valentine’s Day can pretty much be any color you’d like — I vote for cheery and fun every single day! Other than colors, I truly value what Valentine’s Day stands for — telling the people in your life that you love and care for them. And in all honesty, shouldn’t we do that every day?
It’s simple to put a Valentine’s Wreath together, and when the Christmas clearances were unresistable, I picked up this white wreath not knowing what I would do with it — now I have the solution! This DIY was easily less than $10 to make because I had the paint, glue, and washi tape on hand!
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DIY VALENTINE’S DAY WREATH
- Wreath Form
- Wooden Hearts
- Spray Paint
- Acrylic Paint
- Hot Glue
- Washi Tape / Painter’s Tape
First, take your wooden hearts and set them out. I chose to paint mine three different colors, but you do you!
Next, use you washi tape to section off different parts of the heart, and paint with coordinating color.
Then, glue them using hot glue onto different parts of your wreath in a random pattern.
This is perfect to hang out during Valentine’s season — or all year round, whatever floats your boat! I just love these bright cheery colors and everything that Valentine’s Day stands for — telling the people you love that you love them!