Valentine Grapevine Heart Wreath

Hello friends!  I have a “thing” for wreaths.  I love how a decorative wreath on the front door instantly adds a pop of colour and gives a home a festive feel.  I try to hang a wreath for every season.  This Valentine Grapevine Heart Wreath just screams “welcome spring!!” to me.  Even if, as I type this post, it’s still snowing like crazy outside.  Wishful thinking never hurts?  Am I right?!?

It’s so pretty!  I love the pops of green and pink.  And it was so, so easy to make you guys!  You can totally do this and for under $20 if you’re careful.  I was inspired by Tauni’s gorgeous Love Notes Wreath over at Snap Creativity.  Be sure to check it out for even more ideas.

I spy the cutest little pink bike!!  It was the most expensive addition to this wreath even with my 50% off coupon from Michaels.  But it totally “makes” the wreath and is completely adorable.

Let’s talk supplies.  I am always on the lookout for wreath making materials when I am at the thrift store.  So when I spotted this heart shaped grapevine wreath and greenery with pink flowers I was thrilled.  I knew just what I wanted to create!  A valentine wreath.  You can find these at Michaels too.  The pink bike was from Michaels and the white & symbol was from Walmart.  Because I thrifted or found most of the supplies my wreath cost a total of $15!


Heart shaped grapevine wreath (thrift store $3.99)

Pink and green artificial flowers (thrift store $1.99)

Pink bike (Michaels $5.49)

White & symbol (Walmart $1.49)

Burlap ribbon (Dollarstore $.99)


Hot glue gun & glue


Start by hot gluing the & and bike to the wreath form.

Next gather the artificial greenery and glue it together.  Wrap the glued portion in burlap ribbon to cover the stems.  Hot glue this to the wreath form.

Add a bit of twine for hanging and voila!!

Are you an every season wreath hanger or am I the only crazy one?!

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