14 Cutest DIY Valentine’s Decorations Anyone Can Do

How Can I Decorate My Home For Valentine’s Day?

Decorating your home for Valentine’s Day is a fun way to put love in the air or get your kids involved in crafts. You can start by adding small touches like red and pink home decor, heart-shaped pillows, or even hanging strings of red lights in the living room. If you want to take it one step further, you can hang garlands of paper hearts, light candles in the bedroom, playing love songs, and baking Valentines cookies. If you’re feeling extra creative, you can make handmade valentine cards for each room in your home. Whether it’s big or small touches, you can easily turn your home into a romantic oasis for Valentine’s Day this February. 

14 DIY Valentine’s Decorations

1. Ribbon Wreath

Create a festive wreath out of Valentine’s Day-themed ribbons, bows and fabric scraps for your front door!  Let the DIY Valentine’s Day decor start before you even walk in the house! Check out this tutorial on Pinterest!

2. Heart Garland

Strung along a mantel or window frame, this heart-shaped paper garland will add a unique touch to your home’s décor.

3. Valentine’s Day Banner

a banner made out of paper, twine and clothes pins, the clothes pins each hold a letter and it spells out "love"

Hang a banner from your front porch or living room window for that Galentine’s Day Party you always wanted to have. All it takes is paper, twine or yarn, and some clothes pins!

4. Heart Pillows

Create custom heart pillows using felt and/or fabric scraps, buttons and festive trim.  This Pinterest pin will take you to a tutorial and free pattern!

5. Valentine’s Day Centerpiece

Beautiful St Valentines Day party table with showstopper red, white and pink hearts double layer cake, with white chocolate frosting

Greet your guests with a simple yet beautiful centerpiece made of colorful flowers, candles and ribbon. 

6. Paper Flower Bouquet

Create a unique bouquet using construction paper in different colors and sizes and a hot glue gun.  I didn’t realize how easy it was until I saw this TikTok video tutorial.

7. Valentine’s Day Glitter Mason Jars

Decorate mason jars with glitter, faux roses, votive candles, or other holiday-themed embellishments.  Check out kastyles.co for the tutorial.

8. Heart Wreath

Reuse old Christmas decorations to make a heart wreath out of twigs, pine cones, ribbon and fabric scraps. Or check out this Dollar Tree heart wreath idea that is perfect for farmhouse decor. You could even use it all year-round!

9. Candy Hearts

close up shot of candy hearts of all different neon colors and sayings, diy valentine's decorations

Fill mason jars or vases with candy hearts! That may be the fastest and easiest thing on the list!

10. Valentine’s Day Tree

Transform a Christmas tree into a Valentine’s Day display with pink and red ornaments and other decorations.  You can go all out with this one!

11. Glitter Candles

Decorate plain candles with glitter and other embellishments for an easy holiday decoration.  You could even just wrap glittered ribbon around them and glue it! Easy peasy!

12. Heart Suncatcher

Transform ordinary glass pieces into unique suncatchers with colored tissue paper and glitter! 

13. Valentine’s Day Window Clings

Decorate your windows with festive window clings featuring hearts, cupids and more! 

14. DIY Valentine’s Day Wall Art

You can score canvases so cheap and make your own diy heart wall art gallery. You can paint a heart, make a glitter heart, glue poms in the shape of a heart, and use faux flowers! I think even cutting burlap cut into a heart and glued on one would make the other colorful ones pop!

diy fabric valentine's hearts hanging from twine, diy valentine's decorations

Whether you’re looking for something special to hang in your home or office, or just want to add a personal touch to your gifts, there are plenty of ways to show your love with a little bit of creativity. Your DIY Valentine’s Day decorations will be sure to add plenty of love and cheer to any room in the house.

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