It’s just about time for Valentine’s Day crafting to begin (though I know many of you have started already!). Who doesn’t need a wreath for such a special and colorful holiday? While pink, red and white seem like they would get tired quickly, there are no limits to the creativity when it comes to wreaths. I love the “ruffles” of this wreath above – they are actually cupcake liners! Do you want to make a Valentine’s Day wreath of your own? Check out the ideas right after the jump!
Love Frame 1 of 17The framed graphic on this wreath adds a special touch to any front door.
See how it was done at Lil' Luna
Felt Heart 2 of 17No special sewing or gluing required - just cut felt circles and pin them into a heart base.
Learn how to make it yourself at The Idea Room
Little Bunting 3 of 17Wrap a wreath form using red, pink and white yarn, then add a mini bunting and flowers with felt.
Visit the post at Fast Daze
Burlap Heart 4 of 17Use colorful ombre yarn to wrap a wreath, then add a hand stitched burlap heart for a pretty finishing touch.
Find the how-to at Loving Every Second
Pretty Doilies 5 of 17Dollar store doilies make the beautiful base for this simple V-Day wreath.
See how it was made at My Creative Departure
Heart Balls 6 of 17Who knew that Christmas ornaments could come in handy for V-Day? Hot glue red and pink balls to a heart form to get this cute wreath.
Learn more about how to do it at Dime Store Thrift
Burlap Heart 7 of 17I love the simplicity of this wreath, with burlap strips wrapped around a heart-shaped form.
Visit the post at Mudpies & Marigolds
Interchangeable Bunting 8 of 17This pretty wreath can be changed to match a new season. Just unpin and repin a new message when it's time.
Visit the tutorial at Tatertots and Jello
Small Rosettes 9 of 17This budget wreath was made with foam from the dollar store and tissue paper folded into rosettes - and it looks like a million bucks.
Find the step-by-step at Thrifty Decorating
Pretty Ribbon 10 of 17Wrap a straw wreath with ribbon, then add some pretty felt flowers as a finishing touch.
See how it was done at Sand and Sisal
Gum Wrappers 11 of 17Can you believe this wreath was made from 5,000 gum wrappers? There is an easy folding technique, and it would be fun get the family involved.
Find out how to do it yourself at Fudge Ripple
Infinite Hearts 12 of 17You won't believe it, but this wreath is made from toilet paper tubes! Spray paint, add glitter and hang.
Learn how to make it yourself at The Thriftress
Paper Hearts 13 of 17It's very simple to fold paper strips into hearts - use glue dots to put it all together.
Get the instructions at The Hybrid Chick
Small Satin 14 of 17These small satin wreaths are easily accomplished with simple sewing (get the burlap wreath instructions too!).
Learn how to do it yourself at My Blessed Life
Conversation Hearts 15 of 17It takes some time, but with a hot glue gun and some conversation hearts you can make this cute wreath in about an hour.
Visit the post at Simply Crafty
Twine and Roses 16 of 17Can you believe this heart was made from wrapping twine around a recycled cardboard base?
Learn how to make it at Mom's of All Trades
Tons of Buttons 17 of 17Cut a heart out of foam, then use craft glue to dress it up with buttons.
Visit the post at Holiday Crafts and Creations
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