Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and we are pretty excited to share the love! My daughter and I made a super quick Valentine wreath for our front door today, and thought you might like to check out the simple process. We used things that we had around the house, and I would estimate the cost to be around 5 bucks!
Creating this wreath was simple using some things we had on hand. I buy wreaths to keep on hand when I find them on clearance or even grab them while on sale. I also stock up on clearance flowers and other crafts that my children or I can use to throw together for fun. The heart that I used in this wreath is a chocolate box from Valentine’s Day last year. It was pretty plain other than the designs in the fabric. I actually added white ribbon (hot glue, and white ribbon to spell “Love”).
Add some bling! I used red triangular beads, again a crafting medium that I had on hand. I also added some white beads to add a little highlighting. Using some red, white or pink roses arrange them around the wreath to your liking. Embellishments go a long way so be creative and use things you have on hand, or items that your kiddos can help make.
I simply secured the roses and Valentine candy box using pipe cleaners. Other embellishments were secured with a glue gun. This simple wreath expresses our own creativity and is ready to hang on our front door! Most of all, my daughter had a blast helping me find things to use on the wreath and handing me items to glue. Our craft room is a special place for everyone to just be themselves, nothing has to be perfect, and everything is customized! Have fun and Happy Valentine’s Day!