How to Make a Felt Valentine Wreath

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1 Hour
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Hi friends! I have a really simple and easy project for you to decorate for Valentines day

This heart wreath covered in felt roses is a perfect way to welcome Valentines day. Also, this is a great project that’s simple, using only few supplies and you can do with your kids. Here is how to make this easy felt valentine heart wreath.

Place this wreath on your front door for a welcoming touch to your entrance .


Supplies you’ll need:


– Red Felt 1/2 yard

– Styrofoam heart shape

– Scissors

– Hot glue gun


To create this felt valentine heart wreath, I bought the red felt fabric at our local fabric store Save-a-thon. If you don’t have access to a local fabric store or a  Michael’s,  Joann Fabrics, you can purchase red felt  here.


I layed out the wreath form on the felt fabric, then cut the fabric in the heart shape leaving few inches around.


I cut slits around the form making it easier to wrap.


Then cut 5 inch felt squares, I did 4 at a time in order to speed up the process.


I drew a haphazard swirl on the felt squares and cut along the lines.


You are left with a squiggly strip of fabric…


Take the end section (not the curly cue on top) and start rolling to create the flower.

Fire up your hot glue gun and add a bead of hot glue at the end and the bottom of the flower so not to unravel.

Then add the glue on the bottom of the roses and press it onto the wreath form. Continue adding roses around the wreath until all of the spaces has been filled.

I love how cute this wreath turned out! It can be hung on a door, inside or outside (as long as it is under an overhang). Displayed on a mantel over a fireplace is sweet. Adorn a shelf with the wreath, candles, flowers and any combination of accessories you can put togethe

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