Talk about a whirlwind romance! Recently, five crafty geniuses dressed up a pink artificial wreath according to their unique decorating styles. We fell in love with each of their Valentine wreaths. You will, too!
In keeping with the classic Valentine’s Day spirit, our bloggers stuck to a sweet decorating theme. And that was everything red and pink! We are thrilled at how their Valentine wreaths reflect their signature style and personality. Here’s a peek at all their wonderful designs.
Kitschy-sweet Valentine Wreath by Jennifer Perkins
Jen kicked things off with her whimsical wreath. Check out the heart-shaped chocolate box and adorable sand-flocked ceramic deer. You can see more of her wreath design here.
Picture-perfect Valentine Wreath by Crafty Chica
Next up is Kathy Cano Murillo of Crafty Chica. Her shadow box-style wreath is super romantic. She decorated it with photos of her and husband Patrick attached by tiny glittered clothespins. Kathy outlines each step of her decorating process on her blog post.
Vintage Valentine Cards Wreath by DIY Candy
Amy Anderson of DIY Candy evokes nostalgia with a stylish wreath composed of vintage Valentine cards, felt and glittered heart shapes, and puzzle pieces. Check out her recent post to see how she put it all together.
Doll-tastic Valentine Wreath by Everyday is a Holiday
Jenny Heid and Aaron Nieradka of Everyday is a Holiday designed their wreath to pay homage to their muse, the 19th century porcelain Charlotte doll. See more photos of this charming wreath by visiting their blog post.
Love is in the Air Wreath by Vickie Howell
Wrapping up this Valentine’s Day collaboration is Vickie Howell. Her wreath features a gorgeous mix of items and supplies. These include ball ornaments, paper cut-outs, ribbons, and her crafting material of choice: yarn. Visit this page and learn more about her fabulous creation.
Congratulations to the winners of the Pretty and Pink Wreath. And thank you to all the participants!
Planning to decorate a Valentine wreath of your own this year? We hope these serve as your decorating inspiration. Share the love and this post with those who want a unique way to decorate for Valentine’s Day!