Simple DIY Floating Heart Wreath

Last year’s Valentine’s fabric scrap wreath was adorable, I thought, but–as usual–I was ready for something new this February.

felt heart bunting hearts

So I pulled out the remaining red felt Christmas ornaments I’d gotten on clearance and laid out a wreath.

Valentine's felt heart wreath paint black

I wanted the hearts to look like they were sort of floating, without a form, so I painted a wooden wreath form the color of our front door using black craft paint (then a coat of gloss mod podge, since our front door has a gloss finish).

Valentine's felt heart wreath layout and glue

Then it was as simple as laying out the hearts to get the spacing correct and then gluing them down. I used tacky glue, but white school glue would be okay, too, in a pinch. And no worries about the glue showing, of course, because it will dry clear.

Valentine's felt heart wreath at night

I started with a pale pink ribbon (previous picture), but I changed to a black satin ribbon (here) as a hanger, so it would disappear, too.

Valentine's felt heart wreath daytime

Even though you can see the form in the daylight when you are right at the door…

Valentine's felt heart wreath

…all you see are the hearts when you step back.

I love that!

Of course, my porch planters could use a little love, oi! But that’s for another day, right friends?!

And while I’m in the wreaths mood, I’m thinking a great summer wreath could be made with all sorts of brightly colored little plastic toys all stuck to an “invisible” form, how fun would that be?!

So, anyone else have a cute Valentine’s wreath? Do tell! And post a pic on our facebook page–I’d love to see!!


In the mean time, these might spark some other Valentine’s ideas for you…

LINK custom fabric wreath a tutorial

LINK {you'll totally dig these} cute, easy, cheap, & fast thank you gifts

LINK Valentine’s Breakfast Easy Crepes & Heart berries


One response to “Simple DIY Floating Heart Wreath

  1. Pingback: DIY Ruffled Burlap Wreath: Who Knew It Was So Easy? | CampClem·

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