How To Make A Quick And Easy Valentine Heart Wreath

DIY Valentine's Day Wreath

Do you decorate for Valentine’s Day? I used to a lot more when my kids were younger. However, I don’t do much anymore for a few reasons. It makes me feel like our home is too cluttered and I don’t have the space like I used to for that much decor. So, I prefer to add some simple touches to keep things interesting and create change. I created this sweet and inexpensive DIY Valentine’s Day wreath as the perfect touch to our mantel. Check out how easy it is…

I love delicate and neutral touches for holiday decor and this wreath was perfect for that purpose. There are so many fun ways you can display this pretty heart. It would also make a great gift.


Here’s What You Need To Create This Simple Heart Wreath

  • Wire Coat Hanger
  • Wispy greenery 
  • Florists Wire
  • Flowers of your choice
  • Ribbon of your choice
  • Glue gun

DIY Valentine's Day Wreath


I used a blush velvet ribbon for my first wreath. Then for this one I used a black vintage ribbon.





Using a finer, more delicate type of greenery is what makes this wreath so sweet. Here are 2 styles I think are perfect. Both are purchased from Hobby Lobby Stores.




DIY Valentine's Day Wreath


Step 1

First, you need to shape your coat hanger in a heart. Just pull at the bottom to create the point and work your way around creating the look you want.





The coat hanger is pretty easy to maneuver  just bend around and press it out and up once you get your point created.


DIY Valentine's Day Wreath


Step 2

Next, clip off strands of your greenery garland into a few long strips.




DIY Valentine's Day Wreath


Once you’ve cut your greenery in the pieces you need (I only needed 2 strands, one for each side.) you can start attaching it to the frame. My greenery was enough to make 2 wreaths.



Step 3

Next, lay one piece of the greenery on one side and wrap with wire to secure it.. Then, add the piece to the other side. Be sure not to wrap the wire around the entire stem or you won’t have any flow of the greenery. Basically be sure to leave as many loose strands as possible.



Step 4

Once your greenery is attached, add the flowers of your choice. I always recommend an odd amount and it depends on how full you want the flowers to look. Since it’s a more delicate wreath, I also recommend you keep it more simple. You can add them to the center or off to the side. I just attached them with hot glue.


DIY Valentine's Day Wreath




After you add your flowers, you may have some bare spaces. I just removed a few of the leaves from the floral bunch I bought and glued them in the bare areas to fill it in better.



Step 5

Then finally, add your ribbon. Because this ribbon was thinner, I added 3 strands and tied each one so it’s about 3 bows. I also left the tails longer to let them flow and give a more relaxed, romantic feel.


DIY Valentine's Day Wreath




I also have some really fun Galentines day ideas to celebrate your friends. This post has more craft ideas you can make as gifts How To Host A Fun Galentine's Day BrunchI. or How To Create A Beautiful Galentine’s Day Tea

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and will make one yourself. I love a simple and inexpensive craft and this one fits the description perfectly.

Wishing you all a fabulous Valentine’s Day…


Happy Crafting









DIY Valentine’s Day Wreath

January 28, 2021

  1. Rachel says:

    Adorable and easy peasy!

  2. Pam says:

    I love this simple pretty wreath…I already have all the supplies.. as always, thanks for sharing.. this will prob be all I do for Valentines.. I’m kinda in same shoes you are for ❤️’s just so simple and pretty.. I’ve got to do it😊

  3. Tina says:

    Absolutely love this!!!! Must do!!!🥰🥰

    • says:

      Hi Tina,

      I’m so happy it was inspiring and you liked it. I hope you were able to make one.

      Thanks for following along…

      xoxo Deborah

  4. Nina says:

    This is so beautiful and completely achievable. I added some colored foliage to mine as well.
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