Are you ready to make Valentine Wreaths. You’re going to love how quick and easy this wreath is to make. [updated January 2021]
While I was perusing Pinterest, I saw SO many adorable Valentine wreaths. I didn’t have one yet to go with my Valentine decor so I thought now was as good a time as any to whip one up.
This wreath was SO easy to put together, it took me less than an hour to complete it!
Valentine Wreaths with yarn and felt
Looking for another Valentine Felt Wreath check out the tutorial for the Heart Felt Wreath.
Let’s make a felt and yarn Valentine Wreath
Valentine Wreath Supplies
Styrofoam wreath form
Pink felt pieces
Red felt pieces
We have the full instructions below in a printable instruction sheet that you can follow along with or print out for your convenience.
To make your yarn and felt Valentine wreath you’re going to start by wrapping your yard around the styrofoam. Create your flowers using the instructions below and with scissors and stickers create your banner.
You’ll need straight pins to attach the flower pieces to the wreath form. You can choose to tie your yarn to finish off the wrapping or use a tiny dab of hot glue to secure yarn to the back.
I have my wreath sitting on my mantle. If you want to hang your wreath I recommend finding a cute Valentine ribbon and looping it around the top of the wreath and tying it in a knot to hang on a hook.
Styrofoam wreaths can be fragile. Be careful when hanging on a door where it may regularly be knocked against the door because it could break.
There you have it. A super cute, super easy Valentine wreath! We’ve got another cute Heart Valentine Wreath you should make sure and check out. Share your Valentine wreaths with us in comments!
- 1 Styrofoam Wreath Form
- 1 Skein White Yarn
- 3 Pink 8x10 Felt Pieces
- 2 Red 8x10 Felt Pieces
- Straight Pins with flat end
- LOVE Stickers
- Hot Glue Gun
Take your wreath form and wrap your yard around it snugly. You can wrap the yarn side by side for a smooth look, but I prefer to have the yarn crossing and overlapping to give it more dimension. You can use as much yarn or as little as you want. For mine, I used a little over half of the skein. Once you are done wrapping, just tie off the end and snip the excess yarn tail or use a little dab of hot glue to secure it. Next, you are going to want to add your flowers.
For creating the dahlia flower, I followed this tutorial from Not Martha to make the petals. Instead of gluing mine, I used straight pins to stick them in the foam wreath. For my red roses, I cut 16 - 2 inch circles and folded them in half. Then I folded the half-circle into thirds, folding each end into the middle, to make it look more like a rose. Using straight pins again, I stuck the pin in the bottom of the felt and stuck it into the foam wreath. I used 7 for my bottom rose and 9 for my top one. You can make the roses as big or small as you want by using more or less circles.
The LOVE banner was super easy. I just cut triangles out of the felt, snipped little holes to feed the yarn through, and placed the stickers on the triangles. I tied each end of the yarn around the wreath into a little bow and there you have it!