Thank you for joining me for the Valentine’s Day Blog Hop! I’ve joined with 13 other talented bloggers to share Valentine’s Day crafts on a budget. Each blogger was given a budget of no more than $10 and challenged to create a Valentine’s Day craft using items from the dollar store or dollar section of their local stores. If you have budget Valentine’s Day crafts to share, please add it to the link-up at the bottom of this post so it can be seen on all of our blogs!
Decorating for the holidays is a blast but you can easily break the bank trying to do so. This beautiful dollar store Valentine wreath is easy to put together and only cost $4 to make! Even if you have to buy the battery-operated candles, you can get a two pack for a dollar bringing your total cost to five dollars. Either way, you have a beautiful new piece of Valentine décor for cheap!
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- Spool of Red Wire
- Valentine’s Ribbon of Your Choice (wide)
- Metal Lantern
- Hanging Wooden Heart Welcome Sign
- Hot Glue Gun and Glue
- Baker’s Twine (or similar) roughly the diameter of your wreath in length
Remove wooden hearts from the ribbon. A staple remover will make this easier however I didn’t have one and was still able to do it by hand. Do yourself a favor, though, and use a staple remover because otherwise it takes some serious time and muscle.
Do not cut the ribbon. You will use it later in the project.
Unwind the entire spool of wire and form a circle the size you want your wreath to be. If there is extra wire, wind it around the existing circle to strengthen it.
Use all of the wire.
Attach your ribbon as pictured using your hot glue gun to secure it to the wire wreath. Be sure to twist it to create visual interest as well as volume to your wreath.
There will be some extra ribbon after you finish covering the wreath. Use is to create a bow on the side of your wreath.
Take your wooden hearts and glue them to your wreath.
- Start with your “c” heart and place it in the top center of your wreath. Next glue the remaining letters in place accordingly.
Use the ribbon from your “Welcome Sign” and thread it through the top of your wreath to serve as a hanger.
Tie one end of your baker’s twine to one side of your lantern. Next thread the twine through the same part of your wreath as the ribbon.
Take the loose end of your twine and tie it to the opposite side of your lantern. Use hot glue to “seal” the knots on the lantern.
Hang your wreath up and determine where the twine needs to be for your lantern to hang evenly in the middle of your wreath. Pinch the twine in place with your fingers before taking it down. Next, place a dot of hot glue to hold the twine in that place on the wreath.
Place a battery-operated tea light in the lantern, hang on your door, and enjoy!
It is seriously that easy to create beautiful Valentine’s Day décor for minimal expenditure. After you’re done making this Valentine wreath, be sure to check out the other awesome dollar store Valentine’s projects below! Also, don’t forget to link up your budget holiday creations in the link-up. Can’t wait to see what you make!
Looking for more budget friendly Valentine’s Day crafts? Visit these blogs for their creative Valentine’s Day crafts ~
- My Pinterventures
- DIY Adulation
- Houseful of Handmade
- C’mon Get Crafty
- Inside The Fox Den
- Made In A Day
- The Robin’s Nest Designs
- Arrows & Awe
- Happily Ever After, Etc.
- Our House Now A Home
- The Home On The Corner
- Decor by the Seashore
- Intelligent Domestications
Share your $10 or less Valentine’s Day crafts on the link-up below and be seen on all 14 blogs!
I’m a nerdy, crafty mom of three adorable little kids. I love writing and creating, but in my non-existent free time I also love karaoke, taking my kids to the zoo, and reading. I got my degree in Science (no idea how that happened) but I took every English class I could get my hands on because, yeah, I’m that girl.