How to make a Valentines day wreath with leftover Christmas Decor

Creating a Valentines wreath out of your old Christmas decor!

Good morning Friends! Today is the first Pinterest Challenge of 2021 and today we’re creating our own unique valentines wreath based off of one inspiration photo.  If you’ve hopped over from French Ethereal, welcome and so glad you’re here!  Do you decorate for Valentines day? If so I’ve got so Inspo for you!

A big thank you to Cindy at Country Road 407 for coordinating this fun blog hop!

This month’s inspiration photo (above) comes from Sky at Capital B.  I love her cute and simple heart wreath! The perfect Valentines inspiration photo! I decided to give a valentines day wreath a go – but with a little farmhouse twist- and using my left over Christmas Garland!

Step 1 Gather Christmas decor supplies

I started off by gathering my Christmas Garland to use in my valentines wreath. I also grabbed a grapevine wreath to attach my Christmas Garland to.

I also grabbed some hot glue to attach the garland to the wreath.

And lastly, I grabbed a cute Valentines sign from Micheals for a few bucks to attach to my Valentines wreath.

Step 1: Attach the Christmas garland to the wreath

To start I wrapped the Christmas Garland around the grapevine wreath. then I tucked the leaves through the grapevine wreath to help secure it in place.

Next, I used my hot glue gun to make sure the garland stays where it’s supposed to stay.

Next, I attached my valentines day sign

So I thought about attaching my sign by hot gluing the crap out of it, but instead I just used the twine that was attached to the sign and hung it over the wreath hook.

This way I can reuse this wreath season after season!

Well that’s it.  So easy, right??  Now it’s time to check out how House On Silverado recreated Sky at capitol B.’s wreath. Trust me, it’s beautiful!

And then be sure to checkout all the others Inspo pics as well!

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Thanks for reading along, pals!

Much Love,

Kori~At The Farmhouse Life

 

 

 

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  1. […] up on today’s Valentine’s Wreath Pinterest Challenge tour is Kori at The Farmhouse Life! I think you’ll really like Kori’s beautiful home and her wreath fits her style […]

  2. Hello Kori, nice to meet you! What a great idea to repurpose some Christmas decorations for Valentine’s Day!! I love how your wreath turned out… It has a nice wintery look and just a touch of Valentine’s, which would make it easy to switch to another holiday beyond. 🙂 Really pretty!!

    Enjoy your “new” Valentine’s wreath,
    Hugs,
    Barb 🙂

  3. Niky says:

    I love repurposing decor! This is such a great idea and it turned out awesome!

    I’d love it if you’d share at my link party too– Sundays on Silverado. 💕

    Niky @ The House on Silverado

  4. I love this wreath! It is so clever to reuse what you have.

  5. Cindy LONG says:

    What a great way to recycle holiday decor and make a fresh Valentines wreath that suits your style! Love it Kori 😉

  6. Your wreath turned out so pretty! Love the little sign that you added to it!

  7. I love the part of crafting where we can recycle. Cute wreath. Thanks for joining us. Pinned 🙂

    • korilynmartin says:

      Thanks Cindy for having me! I look forward to the Pinterest Challenge all month!

  8. laura says:

    love the green wreath with a pop of Valentine red! Looks great

  9. Crissy says:

    It’s so smart to transition your Christmas decor this way, Kori! The wreath looks perfectly ready for Valentine’s Day. Thanks for the inspiration!

  10. Your Valentine wreath is perfect for your home, and I love that your used leftover Christmas decor to create it! Pinned!

  11. Hi Kori! I love that you reused Christmas decorations to make a Valentines wreath – very clever and it ‘s gorgeous! Well done!

  12. It’s great that you were able to use Christmas garland to make your wreath. It looks great hanging over your bar cart.

    • korilynmartin says:

      Thank you! I love swapping out seasonal decor over my bar cart. Thanks for stopping by!

  13. Smart to dig in the leftover Christmas stash, Kori! And now you could switch out the sign, too!

    • korilynmartin says:

      Yea! I thought that I could switch it out for each new season. Thanks for stopping by!

  14. Recycling at its best Kori and I love the sparkly leaves for winter. Cute sign too! Pinning!

  15. Kori, I love repurposing and your Valentines wreath is a great example. The Valentine’s sign is perfect for your wreath and I love how you attached it. Great job.

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