21 Romantic Heart Decorations You Might Want to Leave Up All Year

We’re making at least half of these before February 14th - and then keeping them up forever!

By Hometalk Highlights

Slide burlap onto a heart-shaped hanger

Poke a hanger through burlap ribbon, for this glittering gold wreath that everyone will love.

Cut plastic bottles into a mobile

Recycle an empty bottle into a happy heart hanging the brighten a dull corner.

Pair pallet board and hinges

Make unique heart decor from pallet panels and some leftover hardware hinges - rustic romance!

Fold book pages into a garland

Cut strips of book pages, bend them together, and string them up around your home for date night.

Weave wrapping paper into a metallic wreath

Roll up strips of leftover wrapping paper and then weave them into this textured heart.

Roll craft paper into a flowery design

Roll up a few rosettes from craft paper, and arrange them into a romantic display.

Turn paper mache heart boxes into a hanging

Make super sized heart candies to decorate your front door or dress up a dark mantel.

Glue faux roses to a tin plaque

Make a heart decoration that stands off the wall, using artificial flowers & a tin sheet.

Gild coffee filters for 3D art

Turn a pack of coffee filters into a sweet and sophisticated masterpiece, with a bit of paint.

Glue driftwood to a cardboard heart

Cut a heart shape out of cardboard, then cover it in driftwood, for this beachy wall design.

Pinch red felt for a rosette wreath

Make red felt rosettes to turn a plain wreath ring into a sweet, soft greeting for guests.

Wrap a foam wreath form in twine

So simple, yet so pretty, this is the perfect wreath for leaving on your mantel all season.

Cut up barn wood planks & add a graphic

Cut and arrange wide barn wood planks, then simply add a fun and funky graphic to give it charm.

Use planks of bead board for your front door

Cut bead board into hearts, then add an easy hanger and jar, for this floating planter.

Fill the wall with paper garlands

Arrange a few strings of paper hearts along an open wall, to create a festive backdrop.

Turn popsicle sticks into interlocking art

Glue popsicle sticks into three interlocking hearts, for unique decor to light up a blank wall.

Paint a double-level heart hanging

Add dimension to your heart home, by doubling up your look with a layered door decoration.

Sew sweet treats into vintage maps

Make little treat pockets to gift to your sweetheart for Valentine’s day - or any other day!

Collect spindles into a shabby chic heart

If you have spare spindles lying around, turn a few into an edgy show of affection & add paint.

Make a huge heart from wood slices

Make a heart from wood slices & add a cute lock detail, for rustic heart art to leave up always.