7 Valentine Wreath Ideas

February is the “month of love” and I have several Valentine’s Wreath Ideas that will inspire you to add some lovely wreath swag to your front door. These are practical, inexpensive, and simply beautiful. 

7 Valentine Wreath Ideas

Gather some of your old Christmas decor and pick up a few new supplies and get ready to make a gorgeous Valentine-inspired wreath. Most of what’s needed for these ideas can be found at the Dollar Store, Dollar Tree, or local craft stores like Hobby Lobby and Joanns. Happy crafting!

Recycled Christmas Ornament Heart Wreath (Dime Store Thrift)

If you’re lagging on putting your Christmas decorations away, don’t fret. Save your red, silver, and rose gold ornaments – along with your silver tinsel – and use them to create a dazzling heart wreath. You can use a heart-shaped grapevine wreath from Michael’s or pick up a heart-shaped wire wreath form from Dollar Tree.

Line the wreath form with the silver tinsel to make sure it’s completely covered up. Next, hot glue the ornaments onto the silver tinsel. Add visual depth to the heart ornament by using ornaments of different sizes. 

Conversation Heart Wreath (Crafts by Amanda)

What’s Valentine’s Day without the classic candy hearts? All you need to create a candy heart wreath is a styrofoam wreath form (circle shape or heart shape) and boxes of candy hearts. Be sure to pick up an extra box for snacking while you create this yummy wreath.

This is one you can even get the kids to help with. Add a pink, purple, and/or white ribbon to finish off this colorful wreath.

Super Easy Floral Heart Wreath (Design Improvised)

If you’re looking to create Valentine’s wreath without investing much money, then you’ll love this floral heart wreath idea. The base is a grapevine wreath and the flowers can come from Dollar Tree. Choose a variety of colors or stick with one color scheme. 

Painted Pinecone Hearth Wreath (My Frugal Musings)

Now, this is one creative wreath. Not only does it use natural elements like pinecones, but they’re painted and then affixed to a heart-shaped wire wreath form. It’s also one that you can get pretty creative with. You can paint the pinecones a variety of colors or choose to paint them all one color. I would probably try an ombre look with a wreath like this.

Creative Cupcake Liner Valentine Wreath (Tater Tots and Jello)

I love the creative take on using cupcake liners to create a whimsical-like wreath. It’s also one that you can use old Christmas decorations with like any leftover ribbon or circle wreath forms. It can be a little time-consuming, but the finished look is totally worth it.

Felt Rose Wreath (The Idea Room)

Felt is such a unique craft supply to work with and it can be used to make lots of different creative things, like this felt rose wreath. Circular-cut felt pieces are pinned into a heart-shaped styrofoam wreath form for an elegant-looking wreath worth showing off. 

Reversible Valentine’s Clothespin Wreath (Kitchen Cents)

One way to save money and get the most use from one craft is to make it reversible. Kitchen Cents used clothespins to create a reversible wreath that can be used for Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day. This is super smart, especially since these holidays are close together.

More Valentine Wreath Ideas

If you’re looking for even more unique Valentine’s wreath ideas, take a look at these:

Final Thoughts

These Valentine’s wreath ideas are some of the cutest and easiest ideas I could find and they are sure to help you create a beautiful door. As always, when you’re doing a craft project for a short season, look for ways to recycle items from other wreaths or make your wreath dual-use. This will help you save time and money!

What are some of your favorite ways to decorate for the season of love? Don’t forget to check out my door hanger kits too. They can be used to create a unique wreath and be decorated in your own personal style.

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