Hello, hello! My name is Aimee and I blog craft projects for kids, my home, and holidays over at The Elephant of Surprise. I’m super excited to be part of Mariel’s fabulous team this year here at Or So She Says . . .
Valentine’s Day is a favorite holiday of mine, for sure. It’s a bright, fun, and girly holiday, and I think it’s what helps get me through the rest of winter! So today I’m sharing a really easy Valentine wreath to brighten up your door or any corner of your home. This conversation heart inspired wreath is very straightforward and you can even get the kids involved.
What you’ll need to create this project is a foam wreath, white yarn, a pile of paper hearts, and a little hot glue.
Step 1: Wrap your wreath in yarn, tuck in the end and secure with a dab of glue. (tip: don’t let your yarn unravel or it will make the wrapping process much more tedious!)
Step 2: Cut your hearts. I used my Cricut cutting machine, but hearts are pretty easy to cut by hand, too. I only used ten on my wreath. Fold them in half to add a little more dimension.
Step 3: Using just a dot of hot glue on the back of each heart, glue onto one side of your wreath.
I started at the top with one heart, then added two below it, and continued alternating “rows” of one and two hearts until I thought it looked like enough. Super easy!
If you like Valentine’s Day like I do, you might want to check out a few of these fun projects on my blog. Click on the links below!