Get ready to celebrate Valentine's Day this year by dressing your house for the occasion. Here are 16 wreaths you can make to keep your front door festive.
This wreath from Hobby Craft is romantic but simple. It will look great on any front door or it can be used around the house.
You can make this adorable Valentine's Day wreath from A Pretty Life with any kind of yarn you may have around the house.
This wreath from Eighteen 25 is easy to make with only embroidery hoops, wooden hearts, and felt. If you're looking for a quick project, this one is perfect!
You can use some old Christmas ornaments to make this wreath fro Mom Dot instead of putting them away for a year.
5. Moss Hearts
Keep it natural this Valentine's Day with this moss wreath from Alisa Burke to remind your loved ones that your love for them grows.
This love birds wreath from Lil Luna is a cute way to homage to Valentine's Day using yarn and a few other little accessories.
This wreath from Alana Jones-Mann is super easy to make and will impress anyone who comes to your front door.
Keep it classic but no less romantic with this flowery wreath from On Sutton Place.
This wreath from The Happier Homemaker uses wood slices to create a look that is both natural and sweet.
Valentine's Day is nothing if not sweet. Celebrate the sweetest holiday with this wreath from Flamingo Toes.
11. Pom Pom Wreath
This pom pom wreath from Honeybear Lane is an easy and cute project you can definitely get the kids to help you with.
Conversation hearts seem to be everywhere this time of year. This wreath from Consumer Crafts turns them into an adorable decoration.
This wreath from Lia Griffith is great for making you feel warm and snuggly this Valentine's Day.
This wreath from Lia Griffith looks complicated and difficult, but it is simply created using paper.
Love can be golden. Remind yourself of that this Valentine's Day with this wreath from Consumer Crafts.
16. Be Mine Wreath
Ask people to be yours as soon as they come to your front door with this wreath from Consumer Crafts.