Heart Shaped Door Wreath Decor

By this point in February Im sure the inside of your home is all decked out in Valentines Day decor, but what about your front door? I finally took down my Christmas wreath and needed something to replace it. With a few supplies I was able to put this little beauty together in minutes and you can too.

Check out the simple steps below:

Materials:

  • Unfinished Wooden heart
  • Red acrylic paint
  • Burlap ribbon
  • lace ribbon
  • floral decoration
  • beaded garland
  • sponge brush
  • glue gun
  • scissors

Step 1

Unfinished Hearts_Fotor

This time of year you can go into any craft store, like Hobby Lobby, Michaels, or A.C Moore and find unfinished wooden heart shapes for crafting.

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Paint your unfinished heart in red and let that dry. You may need to give it a second coat to make it a little darker.

Step 2

Burlap_Fotor

Position your burlap ribbon diagonally on your heart shape, to fit. Then cut your burlap and glue it in place.

Step 3

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Cut a piece of lace that is the same size of the burlap. Place the lace ribbon over the burlap and glue it onto the burlap.

Step 4

Bow_Fotor

With your burlap ribbon still on the roll, make a bow then cut the excess that is still attached to the roll, and glue that onto the bottom left corner of your heart shape (on top of the ribbon)

Step 5

Beaded Garland 2_Fotor Close view_Fotor

Glue a light pink decorative flower onto of the ribbon along with some stems from the beaded garland and your done!

Finished Product_Fotor

I LOVE the vintage look and feel to it!

This heart shaped wall decor is a great little addition to your front door OR any spot on your wall.

I made mine using ribbon and things I already had in my stash of supplies but you can basically follow the same steps using whatever supplies you may have lying around to to add your own personal touch 🙂

If you have any questions or comments about this or any one of our other DIYs we’d love to hear them

Until next time…Happy Crafting!

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