Valentine’s Day is the one time of year you can decorate your home with all things frilly and pink. And if there’s one place you don’t want to miss, it’s your front door.
Whether you’re inviting your special someone over for a Valentine’s Day dinner, hosting a party, or simply want to get into the spirit of the season, decorating your door is a wonderful way to show others that you’ve been hit by Cupid’s arrow and plan to celebrate accordingly.
To help you spruce up your entryway this year, we’ve rounded up the best DIY Valentine’s Day wreaths in all shapes and sizes, from circles and hearts to Xs and Os.
There are options you can make as easy Valentine’s Day crafts, as well as ones you can buy with the click of a button. These sweet front door decorations will help your family — and anyone who walks into your house — feel the love with your favorite flowers and colors.
Paper Flower Wreath
Mimic the look of an expensive floral arrangement by affixing pink tissue paper flowers to a foam wreath form for a perfectly festive front-door adornment.
Embroidery Hoop Wreath
Make this cute craft by hot gluing hearts and flowers onto a gold embroidery hoop. If you’ve got the time, make a few and hang them at different heights on your door.
Scrapbook Paper Wreath
Get the kids involved in putting together this simple Valentine’s Day wreath made of scrapbooking paper and ribbon. It’s easy peasy!
Recycled Chocolate Box Wreath
Upcycle a vintage chocolate heart box into a stunning wreath that will welcome guests to your door with an old-timey elegance.
Love Birds Wreath
Celebrate the spirit of Valentine’s Day with a wreath made of yarn, pom-poms, and the sweetest blue-jay figurines.
The tight rosebuds on this fiery wreath are made by rolling tissue paper into flowers and then gluing them onto a heart-shaped form.
Dainty Flower Wreath
Attach faux flowers to a delicate wire wreath form for a decoration that’s simple and elegant. This one is perfect for hanging above the fireplace and can take you from Valentine’s Day to spring in a pinch.
Love Struck Wreath
Add some sparkle and shine to your Valentine’s Day decor with this Cupid’s arrow wreath that features the lucky number 14.
For something unique, make your wreath in the shape of your initial. Wrap the letter in floral paper and add a few faux flowers to the bottom.
Rustic Frame Wreath
Pick up an old picture frame at a garage sale and use it as a wreath. Hang a few Valentine’s Day themed items inside and put it on your door.
Scrap Fabric Heart
While this wreath looks intricate, all it requires is for you to tie lots (and lots) of knots.
Puffy Yarn Wreath
Make this craft while you binge watch your favorite Netflix series on the couch. All you need to do is tie tiny knots around a heart frame.
Heart Art Trifecta
The only thing better than one flower wreath is three. Choose flowers in a range of colors so they each stand out.
Your neighbors will never guess you made this sweet wreath out of a pool noodle.
Willow Heart Wreath
Pepper a willow branch with little bitty hearts for a celebratory spin on a minimalist look.
Hay There, Cutie
One blogger had “wreath mental block” before she found this straw wreath on sale and got crafty with ribbon, washi tape, and poofy hearts.
Pink candy-striped straws get even cuter when arranged in a swirly wreath. Pick up colorful straws and a little foam board to make this festive wreath.
Tie One On
If you’re a pink-loving gal (or have lots of extra ribbon lying around), this is the wreath for you.
Cupid’s been working his magic again — we’re totally in love with this heart-wrap DIY.
A second layer of rosette letters on top of a cherry-red base give this craft extra pretty polish.
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