Forgot about Valentine’s Day? Lack some decor and don’t have time? No worries! We’ve gathered a bunch of DIYs that are easy and quick and that you can realize during the last minutes before your Galentine party or your intimate dinner, take a look!
This super cute DIY terrazzo acrylic heart decor piece shows off a hot trend in home decor – terrazzo. It is super simple to cut a clear acrylic heart and what is great about this technique is that not only do you not need a vinyl cutter to do it, but you can adjust the colors and shapes and sizes of the terrazzo pieces to fit your personal preference. I love that by using the clear acrylic, you can see right through the heart which makes it a fun decor piece to hang or to rest on a shelf.
Modern decor elements appeal to me – especially after the excess of the holidays! If you love them too, you may like this tutorial – this a modern metal wreath, which is a perfect decor craft for this time of year, and one that can easily be modified for any other time of year, too! Wouldn’t these heart-shaped wreaths be cute as wedding decor, too?
This easy no-sew felt heart garland can be put together with packaged red felt hearts, adhesive glue dots and vintage-looking scrubby cotton yarn from the craft store! The glitter hearts are also felt, and even better for me: these glitter hearts didn’t shed one tiny speck of glitter. This can be made rather quickly, and the end result is very sweet!
This yarn-wrapped heart wreath came about thanks to these plastic rings, which you may have leftover from another project. Form a heart of multiple rings to create this cute wreath! The most satisfying part of the process is when an idea actually works out, sometimes even better than you can imagine. Hang the wreath between two small nails at the top of the heart. Isn’t it sweet? This would make for a great Valentine’s Day gift – either for yourself or someone you love.
This mini wreath is perfect for hanging on doorknobs, our your child’s wall, or to give as a gift! I love the simple but classic look – it’s Valentine’s Day themed without going overboard, and you can even leave it up all year round if you want to. This little mini wreath will only take you a few minutes to whip up, so it’d be super easy to make a bunch of them for friends or as valentines for classmates. How cute would that be?
Create a gorgeous Valentine’s Day of yarn tassels and pipe cleaners! There are cute hearts, pompoms and tassels in the desired colors – here these are pink, red and white, isn’t it a cool piece to love? Make it fast and decorate any space you want – from a kitchen to a kids’ room, it will easily fit them all. Read the steps of the tutorial and get inspired!
Here is an easy origami heart that can double as a Valentine’s Day card. It is super cute and easy to fold. It is finished in just 6 steps! These heart-shaped cards will be the perfect cherry on top for any Valentine ’s Day gift. So, who is your special Valentine? Who will you send this card out to? You can quickly fold these cards up to share with all your friends. The heart pocket is big enough to even add a small Valentine Treat. You can fold these origami hearts up, write fun Valentine message, add a small treat inside and share it with the class!
Add a chic and cozy touch to your space with this cool wreath! Get a couple of yarn-wrapped hoops cut hearts out of felt and ombré them down the wreath. Ombre is a popular trend for working with color in your home, so feel free to rock it for your wreath. You may create such wreaths as an activity at your Galentine party, get inspired!
These paper hearts are incredibly quick and easy to make, and they’re made with things you probably already have lying around the house! I love these paper hearts because they’re super customizable, you could make larger versions of these using a dowel rod and a wooden base, or you could omit the base altogether and make tiny ones to be used as cupcake toppers! These paper hearts look especially impressive as a set, so grab a couple of other paper colors and arrange a whole row of them on your mantel or shelf.
Succulents are very trendy plants, even if you take faux ones. This Valentine’s Day decoration consists of a heart-shaped box and faux succulents, it may work as a decoration or a gift on this day. What’s amazing is that faux succulents will make it very long-lasting – you don’t have to care if they are alive or not. Read how to make the decoration and enjoy!