If you’re the type of person who waits as long as possible to take the Christmas decorations down, you’ll be happy to know that Valentine’s Day is a great excuse to dress up your home all over again in an effort to ward off those dreary winter blues. Now is about the right time to take that Christmas wreath down from your door and replace it with a Valentine’s Day-themed alternative. Yes, they certainly do exist! And they’re absolutely lovely.
Cupid’s been working his magic again — we’re totally in love with this heart-wrap DIY. Get the tutorial at Fynes Designs.
Valentines DIY Heart Shaped Wreath
This project is easy to do, but fair warning, it’s one of those sit-in-front-of-the-tv-and-make projects because it does take a bit of time to assemble. Get the tutorial at Frog Prince Paperie.
Hearth Gravepine Wreath
Ignore the fact that your V-Day might be snowy with an elegant, garden-style wreath. There’s no shame in ushering in spring a few weeks early. Get the tutorial at A Pumpkin and a Princess.
Stripes and Crimson
Dramatic crimson juxtaposed against simple black and white stripes makes for quite the romantic display. A simple XOXO banner is the finishing touch. Get the tutorial at The Celebration Shoppe.
Valentine’s Day Wreath from Tree Branches
This clever blogger sliced up fallen branches to create this piece of door decor, but you can mimic the look with wine corks. Get the tutorial at Pretty Handy Girl.
DIY Heart Wreath With Cupid’s Arrow
Because you know, Valentine’s Day is approaching and Mr. Cupid is working full time… Maybe he would like to have a gold painted arrow along with some gold tipped feathers with glitter. Get the tutorial at Nest of Posies.
A second layer of rosette letters on top of a cherry-red base give this craft extra pretty polish. Get the tutorial at Little Birdie Secrets.
A bunting of hearts strung between this twiggy wreath is an easy-to-add handmade touch. Get the tutorial at Making Home Base.
Valentine Ribbon Wreath
If you’re a pink-loving gal (or have lots of extra ribbon lying around), this is the wreath for you. Get the tutorial from She’s Kinda Crafty.