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DIY Heart Wreath Tutorial

DIY Heart Wreath Tutorial. Directions to make a heart-shaped wreath embellished with white silk flowers and a white satin bow. Easy & budget-friendly!

heart wreath with white flowers on blue door

If this blog had a trademark, which I’m not sure it does, I think it would be the fact that I’m obsessed with wreaths. As my family will tell you, this is nothing new. I’ve ALWAYS loved them, and I believe they are the finishing touch to a welcoming porch and entry. I also love seasonal decor, and Valentine’s Day is the perfect holiday to feature a heart wreath on your front door. If you like neutral and natural door decor, this DIY heart wreath tutorial will walk you through the easy and quick steps.

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heart wreath with white satin bow

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Use the steps outlined below as guidelines…and before you buy anything, make sure to look through your “stash” to see if you can use something you already have. Let the wreath reflect your own personal style by changing the color of the little flowers or ribbon, and use any type of greenery you like.

DIY Heart Wreath Tutorial

  • Step 1: Start out with a heart-shaped grapevine wreath.
  • Step 2: Add a greenery garland of your choice. I re-used one I had that has moved from wreath to wreath since I got it. Use green florist wire to attach the garland to the wreath. It doesn’t matter if you start attaching the greenery at the top or the bottom.
  • Step 3: You will need four stems of little white flowers .
  • Using wire cutters, clip a few inches off the bottom of two stems. Stick them in each side of the wreath, at about the middle point. The fluttery top ends of the stems will overlap at the tip of the heart.

diy heart wreath tutorial

Cut the remaining two flower stems into 3 sections each. Stick these smaller stems into the top half of the heart. Tie a bow using white wide satin ribbon. Note: if you are using a floral bush, instead of stems, cut the stems of the bush apart with wire cutters, so you have lots of individual flowered stems. To get a natural and organic look, add curly willow or thin sticks. (Get the sticks from any craft store or forage them from your own yard!)

diy heart wreath on blue front door

Once you invest in a grapevine wreath form, you can reinvent your seasonal door decor whenever you want by simply changing the items and colors used.

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one more heart wreath idea!

DIY Heart Wreath with Pink Bow

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