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10 DIY Valentine's Day Wreaths You'll Love

Wreaths are one of my very favorite crafts to make – I especially love making them for the holidays! Last year I made a fun Valentine’s Day wreath and I decided that each year I would make a new one. They are perfect for adding a seasonal touch to your home decor. I collected a group of wreaths to inspire you, and these are my top 10 picks. Click through the slideshow to see them!

Ruffled Heart 1 of 10
Use a bunch of felt circles to create buds on a heart wreath form.

Get this tutorial from Party Wishes
Modern Look 2 of 10
If you are looking for a more modern wreath in non-traditional Valentine's Day colors, this is your project.

Get this tutorial from Mod Podge Rocks
Yarn Heart 3 of 10
Use a straw wreath and yarn to make this cute and simple Valentine’s wreath.

Get this tutorial from Tater Tots and Jello
Christmas Ornaments 4 of 10
Use leftover Christmas ornaments in Valentine's Day colors to create this cute wreath.

Get this tutorial from Dime Store Thrift
Pretty Floral 5 of 10
This beautiful wreath combines easy flower buds, felt, and a cute little heart banner.

Get this tutorial from Positively Splendid
Pipe Cleaners 6 of 10
Red and white pipe cleaners add a special touch to this easy Valentine's Day wreath.

Get this tutorial from Shaken Together
Hearts and Argyle 7 of 10
Get the argyle look using simple felt hearts and yarn.

Get this tutorial from Mine for the Making
Cupid's Bow 8 of 10
Use beautiful pink sequins and gold-dipped feathers to create this pretty wreath.

Get this tutorial from Nest of Posies
Rose Petals 9 of 10
Use rose petals from the dollar store to make this easy wreath.

Get this tutorial from You Are Talking Too Much
Bold Chevron 10 of 10
I love the contrast of the bold chevron fabric with the bright flower clusters.

Get this tutorial from twelveOeight
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