7 DIY Valentine’s Day Décor Ideas for Your Home.

Add some lightheartedness to your home with these DIY Valentine’s Day decor ideas. These decorative items are fairly inexpensive and simple to make. Some of these ideas would also be fun crafts to do with children and a great way to get them involved.

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Candy Heart Bouquet

While conversation hearts may not be your favorite candy to eat, use the colorful hearts to make a festive vase filler. Get the directions at Smart School House.

Photo credit: Smart School House


Love Bird Jar

This cute decoration is a subtle way to convey the spirit of love in your home. Find out how to make it at Infarrantly Creative.


Coffee Filter Wreath

The heart shaped wreath made out of dyed coffee filters would be a fun project to do with the kids, and a sure way to bring Valentine’s Day cheer to your home. More info at Soccer Mom Style.


String Heart Art

This modern string art would be the perfect decorative piece for your fireplace mantel or as art on your wall. For directions, visit Green Wedding Shoes.

Photo Credit: Green Wedding Shoes


Ombre Love Yarn Letters

Send the message of love with these fun ombre letters made of yarn. Get the tutorial at My Sister’s Suitcase.


XO Wreath

Make your own Valentine’s Day wreath for your front door. Watch the tutorial to make this XO wreath at Southern Living.

Photo Credit: Southern Living


Floral Heart Wreaths

Another type of wreath you can make are these floral heart wreaths. Using artificial flowers in pink, purple and red hues can help bring a pop of Valentine’s Day colors to your home. Find out more at Design Improvised. 

Photo Credit: Design Improvised


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