Simple Valentine Wreath

Happy Monday, crafters! If you’re looking for a simple, but gorgeous Valentine wreath, this is the wreath for you! It uses supplies you have on hand and easy techniques to create a stunning look. I got loads of compliments on it when I posted my Valentine’s Day mantel last week!

Valentine Wreath

valentine wreath

I seriously love how sweet and feminine this wreath is without scramming Valentine’s Day. {is it me or is some Valentine decor a bit….cheesy?} And the felt rosettes are sooooo pretty! I love making fabric rosettes all the time, but felt rosettes were easier and I think they look fab! This might surprise you, but this was my very first yarn wreath. {yes,I finally jumped on the yarn wreath bandwagon!}

Yarn Wreath

supplies: wreath form, yarn {I used 2 different colors}, hot glue gun

yarn wreath

1. I used red and pink cotton yarn, hot glued the ends to the back of the STYROFOAM wreath form, then wrapped the 2 yarns around and around until the entire wreath form was covered.

TIP: I did spray paint the wreath form pink before I applied the yarn, but I don’t think that was necessary. None of the styrofoam shows through, so save yourself a step and skip the spray paint!

2. After the yarn was on, I hot glued an off white lace doily over the yarn. To do this, I put small dots of hot glue on the corners of the doily and adhered to the wreath. {Don’t forget to use this hot glue trick to get rid of your glue strings!}

Felt Rosettes Tutorial 

supplies: red felt by the yard, green felt, rotary cutter or scissors, hot glue gun. 

Super cute felt flower tutorial!

1. Cut 1″ x 28″ strip of felt.

2. Fold the felt in half.

felt rosettes

3. Roll the felt a couple times.

4. Start twisting the felt around to make “petals”. {just like fabric rosettes} I twist the felt towards the center of the flower, but either direction works fine.  I made 3 felt rosettes for my wreath.

*Here is a fantastic rosette video that shows you how to make rosettes that are very similar to these felt rosettes.

5. Cut 2 small ovals of green felt for leaves. {felt scraps are perfect for these}

6. Hot glue the leaves onto the doily and then glue the rosettes on top.

valentine wreath
Isn’t it so pretty? And its so easy to make! To hang my Valentine wreath over my mantel, I used a thick red ribbon.

valentine decorations

If you’d like to see more of my Valentine’s Day mantel, click here! Or check out my previous Valentine Wreath here and here and here. Follow Craftaholics Anonymous on Pinterest for more crafting ideas and inspiration!

I’m so glad you stopped by today! I really appreciate it! If you make a wreath using this tutorial, I’d love to see it!

happy crafting,


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Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When I'm not DIYing something, I can be found taxiing around our 4 crazy kids or working out. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥

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  1. 1

    That is a seriously cute wreath – perfect for Valentines Day. Thanks for sharing the tutorial.
    Have a Wonderful Day,

  2. 2

    I am obsessed with making yarn wreaths right now, so when I saw this the other day you had me right away!

  3. 3

    this is so cute – thanks for the great tutorial!!

  4. 4

    That is one darling wreath! Love the romance of the pink and red :) So sweet!!

  5. 5

    I am in love with this wreath! A lot of times I feel like Valentine’s Day wreaths are too cutesy but yours is perfect!

  6. 6

    Wonderful tutorial, love the flowers! And what a mantel, it’s very creative and beautiful!

  7. 7

    I love your yarn wreath, and your sweet mantel, too. You’ve inspired me to haul out my V-Day decorations. Thank you.

  8. 8

    I love the vintage feel of this wreath, its so pretty. I really want to make this :)

  9. 9

    love love your mantel and what a pretty wreath. thanks for shareing.

  10. 10

    This is such an adorable wreath! I have all the items needed to make this and can’t wait!

  11. 11

    Love it!!!! I should go Joann today to get all the stuffs for this lovely wreath!!

  12. 12

    How did you get them both to wrap so perfectly? I’m having trouble getting everything to line up correctly.

  13. 13

    Such a pretty wreath with the handmade felt roses.
    Hugs, Lynnie