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DIY Valentine’s Wreath

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Happy Valentine’s Day! In the spirit of the holiday, I have a fun Valentine’s Day craft to share today! When I originally started my blog I thought a majority of the content would be crafting and DIY things, but that has become a lesser focus on the blog. That being said, I still love crafting and I love when I can share a DIY on the blog. I made this last week and it probably took me about 20 minutes. I absolutely love how it turned out!

Materials: wreath (my dad picked this one up at the Dollar Store), heart stickers, pipe-cleaners, heart twine, string, scissors. The twine and stickers are from Pat Catans. The total cost of this project is around $5!

Scroll down for the step-by-step pictures and instructions!

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Step 1: Tie a string at the top of your wreath. This helped me keep track of the top.

Step 2: Weave pipe-cleaners in-and-out of wreath. I started out by cutting the pipe-cleaners in half to make them a little easier to weave throughout the wreath. Β I used 1.5-2 pipe-cleaners in each color.

Step 3: Wrap heart twine around the wreath. I used almost the entire strand and I cut them in smaller pieces to make them easier to work with. I went around the wreath three times with the twine.

Step 4: Adjust pipe-cleaners and heart twine where needed. Make sure everything is snug and just how you want it to look!

Step 5: Add heart stickers! I picked the places that had the most wreath exposed, but also considered the spacing between them.

This was such an easy project to make and it sure brightens up my door! Please let me know if you have any questions or need clarificationsΒ on any of the step in the comments. Have you made any holiday wreaths? Β I might have to make more of these because I really enjoyed it! Have a great Valentine’s Day!

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