Beautiful Dollar Tree Heart Wreath

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How do you make a Dollar Tree heart wreath? If you are interested in making a Valentine’s Day wreath – I have 2 options for you.  Both are super easy to make. 

At the end of the post, let me know which DIY craft you like best. I like them both and I think my favorite is the second one.

Let’s start with the 1st Dollar Tree Valentine’s Day Wreath

To create your Dollar Tree Heart Wreath you'll need:

To create your Heart Wreath you’ll need:

  • A heart wreath form
  • 2 scarves
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Fabric Heart Stickers
  • scissors

Beautiful Dollar Tree Heart Wreath Video

Hot glue your 1st scarf to the top of the wreath form. Start winding the scarf around the form until you get to the bottom.

Hot glue your 1st scarf to the top of the wreath form.  Start winding the scarf around the form until you get to the bottom.

Hot glue the 2nd scarf to the wreath form and start winding it round the opposite side of the wreath form.

Hot glue the 2nd scarf to the wreath form and start winding it round the opposite side of the wreath form.

When you get to the bottom hot glue both scarves to the wreath form to hold in place.

When you get to the bottom hot glue both scarves to the wreath form to hold in place.

Here is what it should look like so far...

Here is what it should look like so far. Now you can stop here or spruce it up a little bit.

Place your fabric heart stickers onto the scarves where desired.

Place your fabric heart stickers onto the scarves where desired.

Other options might include:

  • tinsel garland
  • LED lights
  • hang hearts in the middle of the wreath form
  • Candy hearts (real or they have foam ones)
Add a ribbon to hang the wreath and you're done!

Add a ribbon to hang the wreath and you’re done!

Now onto Wire Heart Frame wreath #2

Here's what you'll need for the 2nd Dollar Tree heart wreath:

Dollar Tree Items You’ll need

  • A wire heart wreath form
  • Red Bulbs
  • Red Ribbon
  • Hot Glue Gun
Hot glue your bulbs on like this, placing them in between the wires.

Hot glue your bulbs on like this, placing them in between the wires.

I was lucky enough to score these red bulbs on an after Christmas sale.

It'll look like this when you are done hot gluing.

It’ll look like this when you are done hot gluing.

Now you could stop here, but I wanted to cover a little more of the wire wreath form.

Hot glue your ribbon to the bottom corner of your heart wreath form.

Hot glue your ribbon to the bottom corner of your heart wreath form.

Start winding your ribbon between the bulbs. When you get all the way around, cut and hot glue into place.

Start winding your ribbon between the bulbs.  When you get all the way around, cut and hot glue into place.

If you don’t like the way the ribbon looks and you would rather not see the wires, you could wrap the wreath form first with some crepe paper, fabric, large ribbon, or scarf.

Add a ribbon to the top to hang your wreath from.

Add a ribbon to the top to hang your wreath from.

Hang it up and your done! Which wreath do you like better?

Hang it up and your done!  Which wreath do you like better?

Dollar Tree Valentines Wreath and Dollar Tree Valentine’s Day Crafts

You might be interested in some of my other Valentine’s Day Decor.  There are several tutorials to choose from, and all of these DIY projects are inexpensive.  

Are you ready to run to your local dollar store, grab some dollar store items to create a valentine wreath and Dollar Tree DIY?

How do you make a Dollar Tree heart wreath? If you are interested in making a Valentine's Day wreath - I have 2 options for you. Both are super easy to make.

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33 Comments

  1. Good morning Chas! I love these ideas but most of all I love your creativity for making pretty things easily and with simple materials! πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you Linda, it’s one of my favorite things being crafty yet affordable and easy to accomplish πŸ™‚

  2. Stephanie says:

    Ooooh, I love both of them! Beautiful wreaths for Valentine’s Day, my friend!

    Happy day to you! Hugs-Stephanie

    1. Thank you Stephanie and I can’t wait to see what you’re making next. Your magnetic wreath was divine! Hugs!

  3. Christmas ornaments – so much depth as you are looking at it, and really like the idea of the two different finishes for the ornaments. Brilliant!

    1. Thank you so much and you called it Jacquey – Christmas clearance πŸ™‚

  4. I like the second one – so simple yet so pretty! Thanks for sharing at The Blogger’s Pit Stop! Roseann from thisautoimmunelife.com

    1. Thank you Roseann and thanks for casting your vote. I can’t wait for next week to see what everyone is up to.

  5. Both are great but I’m really loving the one with the Christmas baubles, such a great way to use decorations at more than one time of the year. Very practical!

  6. roebuckgmom says:

    i love #2, however where i live all christmas decorations have been put away. will save for next year

    1. Thanks, and I totally know what you mean. I was lucky to pick these up on clearance… they had to be good for something right? πŸ™‚

  7. So festive! I especially love your ornament wreath with the cheery pops of red! Happy to be hopping with you again β™₯

    1. Thank you so much Mary, that one is my favorite too πŸ™‚

  8. You make it look so easy! Tow for the price of one. Thanks for sharing these today. I got to see all your great wreaths in one place. I love the one made from the paper plates too. So many great ideas.

    1. Thank you so much Andrea, I’m so glad you like seeing them. Remind me someday to show you on of my first wreaths ever! I was thrown into my first Facebook Live ever with Hometalk, never made a wreath before, and it included a mystery component!

  9. Great ideas for the DT Valentine’s wreath form. I love seeing all the different ways to decorate them. I like the baubles best!

    1. Thank you so much Gail, that one is my favorite too.

  10. Pinned! Great ideas– I like the scarf one a lot. I like scarves! : )

  11. Chas, I love them both, for how pretty and easy they are to make. The scarf is such a wonderful idea. The two different colors is soft and vibrant at the same time, so it’s my fav!
    RR

    1. Thank you so much Rachelle and thanks for tell me what speaks to you. It’s so fun to learn which one is everyone’s favorite.

  12. Chas, I love the simplicity of wrapped wreaths and dollar store projects, too–so your pretty Valentine wreath is a win, win! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

    1. Thank you so much Cecilia, always fun learning what is everyone’s favorite.

  13. They are both super cute, and so different! I love them both!

  14. Those are certainly quick and easy…and a BARGAIN, TOO!! I keep looking at the red ornaments that had been up around my front door for Christmas thinking that there must be SOMETHING I could do with them for Valentine’s Day. I just know if you were here and we put our heads together, we would come up with something grand! Have a fabulous day my dear friend!

    1. Thank you my friend, I’m so glad you like them πŸ™‚ YES, we would have so much fun!!!

  15. What simple ideas for dressing up a wire wreath, Chas, for Valentine’s. I’m not sure which one I like better. Probably the balls.

    1. Thank you so much Carol, always fun to learn what speaks to everyone.

  16. It’s so neat to see the different ways to use the same wreath form, it’s so versatile! Love them both!

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