Sweetheart Valentine’s Day Wreath

I have such a fun little Valentine’s Wreath for you today!

I don’t always feel like using the traditional colors for holidays – but I guess I was in a romantic mood because this wreath is all pink and white and lace sweetness –
and decorated with a little embroidered “SweetHeart” pennant!

Sweetheart Valentines Wreath

This isn’t a huge wreath which I love – it’s made with a 10″ Styrofoam wreath form. So it can be hung on the door – or over a mirror – or even on a gallery wall display!

I love how the combination of the jute with the “pearls” (pearl stick pins) looks too – it’s such a fun contrast.

Valentines Wreath

This is really fast to do too – I think the whole thing took me about 3 hours – with distractions of course. (Is it possible to craft without distractions . . . ever? Not here it’s not.)
Plus – I had all the supplies on hand so it was free. Free is always more awesome. :)

Pink Bunting Wreath

Ready for a tutorial? Here we go!

You’ll need:

  • 1 Styrofoam Wreath Form – mine was 8″
  • Jute – enough to wrap wreath. I used about half of a large roll
  • Pink and White felt
  • Embroidery floss
  • Baby rick rack
  • Lace
  • Pearl Stick pins
  • Hot glue/gun

Start by wrapping your wreath form with jute. This is pretty self-explanatory. Glue one end down, then just wrap.
I found it was easier to not pull out too much jute – and to just wrap the package around and let the jute come out a little at a time.

Covering a Styrofoam Wreath

Keep wrapping. Keep wrapping.

Jute Covered Wreath

Easy peasy.

Next up – make up a few felt flowers. I made two regular felt rosettes and then layered three felt rosettes with 3 folded ruffle flowers. You can find instructions for all those on the How To Do That flowers page.
I made one of the layered flowers bigger than the others so that it could be a sort of centerpiece.

Felt Rosettes

Arrange the flowers along the lower left side of the wreath form. Insert pearl stick pins through the centers, then into the wreath to hold them on. You might have a little trouble getting them through the glue but I have all confidence that you can do it.

Felt Flowers and Pearls

Cut out six little pennants out of felt. With a disappearing marker, write out the letters and a heart.
WESET heart. Mr. FT calls me that all the time.

Felt Pennant

Embroider the letters and heart with a backstitch. You can find the instructions for that on the Embroidery page.

Sweet Embroidery

Glue a little bit of baby rick rack to the back of the pennants. Cause we need more cuteness. And rick rack is always appropriate.

Embroidered Heart

Glue the little pennant pieces to thin lace and tie bows in each end.

Embroidered Bunting

Add the pennant bunting to the top side of the wreath, a little to the right side. Pin it to the wreath with the pearl stick pins.

Lace and Pearls Wreath

Add some pink and white pearl pins around the wreath for a little fun.

Jute and Pearls

And that’s it! So fun and easy right?

Pink and White Valentines Wreath

Felt Flowers Wreath

Valentines Day Wreath

What do you think? I think I need some Valentine’s chocolate

Linking up at Sunday Scoop, Today’s Creative Blog, Met Monday, Tutorials & Tips Tuesday, Shabby Creek Cottage, My Repurposed Life, 504 Main, and the other fabulous parties on the party page – make sure you check them out!


  • Reply January 28, 2013


    I adore, ADORE, adore this wreath. I love all wreaths, but this one is perfect! Pinning it right now!

  • Reply January 28, 2013


    So pretty! I really like that it’s pink and white instead of pink and red, or white and red.

  • Reply January 28, 2013

    Holly Lefevre

    Oh how sweet it is! I love that little banner and the pearl details on the twine – just my style!

  • Reply January 28, 2013


    This is Gorgeous with a capital G!!! Love it and I have to share this wonderful creation with my readers. The CSI Project is on a mission to Create, Share and Inspire! You have done that!!!

    Dee, The CSI Girl

  • Reply January 28, 2013


    This wreath is the sweetest little thing! I’m in love! I love the banner and little pearls – gorgeous, Bev!

  • Reply January 28, 2013


    This is AMAZING. Pinned and now I’m hoping one will magically appear on my door =)

  • Reply January 28, 2013

    aimee steckowski

    super, super sweet. i love the banner + the jute + the ricrac… such fun details!

  • Reply January 28, 2013

    Lori D

    This is soo me! Love the pearls with the jute…

  • Reply January 29, 2013


    Okay…this is probably the cutest Vday wreath so far! I love the softness of the colors and every little detail. Beautiful job!! Pinned!

  • So pretty … I love the rosettes!

  • Reply January 29, 2013

    Sam M. | Atkinson Drive

    This is gorgeous! I’d love for you to add it to the Pinworthy Projects link party! http://www.atkinsondrive.com/pinworthy-projects-link-party-week-4/

  • Reply January 29, 2013


    I love the softness of the colors and pearls mixed with the roughness of the twine, it’s absolutely beautiful!!

  • Reply January 29, 2013


    Oh it’s so lovely! Definitely a sweetheart wreath – that name totally fits. It’s very beautiful!

  • Reply January 30, 2013


    So cute! Wonderful job!

  • Reply January 30, 2013


    This is so, so lovely! I’m heading over to your flower tutorial now. Another great project has been added to my crafting to-do list. :) I’m so glad to have found your blog…and look forward to reading more!

  • Reply January 30, 2013

    Jessica @ Mom 4 Real

    I am in love with this wreath, Bev! It’s the sweetest one I’ve ever seen!

  • Your wreath is seriously adorable! I absolutely love everything about it!

  • Reply February 11, 2013


    I love those pink and white rosettes, they’re beautiful! Thanks for sharing your sweet idea Beverly! :-)

  • Reply February 14, 2013


    Thank you so much for your wonderful idea, and for the tutorial, I love it!!
    I took the idea yesterday and have done this for me, if you want, visit my blog and you will see my way of valentines-day-wreath
    http://zwergenwelt-zwergenwelt.blogspot.de/, I put a link to you.
    Have a nice valentine, greetings, cornelia

  • Reply July 3, 2013

    Sue Kopp

    This is adorable. I am going to do this for a Christmas wreath. I only have a couple of straw wreaths, but think that would also work just fine. . . don’t you? Don’t know how I’ll embellish it yet except with pearls and something cute. Any ideas?

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