Fun and Festive DIY Valentines Day Decor … Happy Heart Day!

 Thanks to google + pinterest searches for these fab ideas! 

A deck of cards becomes a lovely decoration for the Queen of Hearts. This is one of my favoratie DIY valentine garlands.  Grab some festive fabric, ribbons, twine and cards to create this darling piece!








Marshmallows on towers work as a Valentine’s Day party centerpiece. Make foam craft cones food safe by covering them in plastic wrap. Cover a 6-inch square at the bottom of the cone with buttercream frosting. Press heart-shape marshmallows closely to minimize gaps; repeat, working your way up to cover the cone. Top cones with a free printable bow from Darcy Miller. Simply tape it to a toothpick and insert into the cone.












Paper hearts star in this colorful piece of handmade Valentine’s Day decor. This easy craft project is perfect for making with kids. Simply fold colorful strips of paper into a heart and glue or staple the sides together. Hang them from colorful ribbon and you’re done!













String art looks complicated, but it’s actually a fun Valentine’s Day decor project that comes together quickly (even with kids involved) and makes a great Valentine’s Day gift. Paint a piece of lightweight wood your desired color. Trace a heart shape using a pencil, and stencil the outline of the LOVE or another word of your choosing. Tap thin nails along the lines of the shape and word, spacing them about 1/2 inch apart. Loop a thin yarn or string from nail to nail, across, up and down, and side to side, until you achieve the desired look.








Hang this cheerful gingham-wrapped wreath on the front door or over a headboard. Cute 4 X 2 inches strips of fabric and securely tie them around the wreath form.
















A pun and a cute decoration idea, just add stickers! You can add stickers to anything really not just a globe BUT we think this is adorable!
















Farmhouse Valentines, its what everyone is talking about!  And how easy is this?!?!  Find some old boards or distress new ones and make some X’s and O’s!  The heart blocks are adorable too …. use a stamp or red sharpie and draw it yourself!















A vase of water is actually hidden underneath a pile of conversational hearts to create this fun and festive Valentine vase!


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