Heart Wreath DIY

4 Materials
45 Minutes

This fun Heart Wreath DIY comes together with less than $5 of supplies from the Dollar Tree! It’s such a unique way to decorate your front door for Valentine’s Day! The little secret pocket on the front, makes this DIY one of a kind.

Supplies needed to make a heart wreath diy

  • Dollar Tree wire heart wreath form
  • Dollar Tree mop head
  • Dollar Tree felt heart wreath
  • Ribbon
  • Dollar Tree wooden decorative heart stickers
  • Dollar Tree Buffalo Check handkerchief set
  • Decorative beads
  • Hot glue and Glue gun
  • Scissors
  • Pliers or Wire Snippers

Remove the black plastic piece from the center of the mop head using pliers or wire snippers.

Begin wrapping mop head around the wire heart frame by tying knots to each strand to attach to one another.

Adhere tiny decorative beads or glitter balls to the top of the mop head. Remove three hearts from the felt heart wreath and then remove the top heart from one. Using the felt heart as a pattern, trace a heart shape out of the buffalo check handkerchief or fabric of your choice. Glue the fabric to the felt heart and replace the top heart to the top of the new fabric. Glue the three felt hearts together along the edges.

Glue the heart trio along the two outer most edges to the outer edges of the wire wreath frame to create a “pocket” for your greenery.

Add greenery to the pocket of hearts. Glue down if needed. Add decorative hearts if desired.

Hang with ribbon of your choice. easy diy heart wreath This little wreath turned out to be one of my favorite DIY’s! I hope you’ll make a one for your front door, too! Super affordable with all Dollar Tree supplies makes this one a win-win.

The secret pocket in the front makes it fun to change out the greenery or maybe add some florals, really the possibilites are endless!

Suggested materials:
  • Mop head   (dollar store)
  • Glue gun   (craft store)
  • Hearts   (dollar store)
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Melanie Ferguson
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  • Javonda Javonda on Jan 28, 2022

    Great way to use greenery on hand from holidays! Love it!

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