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The Best Valentine’s Day Decor To Try This Year

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Decorating for the holidays is something I’ve loved to do since I was a child. One of my favorite holidays to decorate for is Valentine’s Day. I think it has something to do with my love of feminine colors and decor concepts.  There are so many wonderful Valentine’s decor ideas out right now and I went ahead and pulled what I thought was the best Valentine’s Day decor to try this year.

My Mom always loved decorating for every holiday and it’s something I love doing for my own family. Having fun and festive decor adds a fun layer of excitement to the holiday. Valentine’s Day decor has come a long way in recent years. I love adding fun touches to my kitchen decor by switching out our mugs, placemats and other kitchen accessories. Simple touches go a long way. Here is some wonderful Valentine’s Day decor inspiration I found online.

Valentine's Day Decor Ideas


The Best Valentine’s Day Decor To Try This Year


Pine Cone Roses by Sustain my Craft Habit

DIY projects can help bring seasonal decor to life. These simple pine cone roses are a gorgeous addition to any Valentine’s Day decor ideas you have this year. 


XOXO Rustic Sign by Family Focus Blog

Upcycling and sustainable crafting is all the rage these days – anything to make our planet better works for me. This rustic sign is easy to recreate using materials you can find right in your very own home. 

Tissue Paper Hearts By Gathering Beauty

When it comes to Valentine’s Day decor I love getting my kids involved in some projects. These tissues hearts by Gathering Beauty makes for the perfect craft project this Valentine’s Day. I can’t wait to hang these all over my home this year. 


Llamas are all the rage this year and this adorable DIY garland is the perfect decor/craft idea to work on this Valentine’s Day. 


Wine Cork Heart by Family Focus Blog

Looking for something to do with your old wine corks? Why not use this to create this beautiful piece of Valentine’s Day decor? This project is not only super fun but also super simple with gorgeous results. 

Recycled Hearts Garland by Sum of the Stories

When it comes to seasonal decor I love finding projects to do which include materials I already have on hand. This heart garland tutorial is the perfect mix of recycling and fun decor. 


This next idea from DIY With My Guy is easily my favorite Valentine’s Day decor idea on this list. I LOVE the look of wreaths on my cabinets at Christmastime and this idea to move them into Valentine’s Day speaks to me on a personal level. It’s insanely simple to add a tiny heart to the wreaths helping to move quickly from Christmas decor straight into Valentine’s Day. I LOVE a seamless transition and these wreaths provide just that!

LARGE CONVERSATION HEARTS by The Handyman’s Daughter

This next idea isn’t for a novice but I felt compelled to share it for those of you that enjoy a challenging DIY project. Conversation hearts are literally my favorite part of Valentine’s Day and these conversation wooden hearts will go perfectly with my decor aesthetic for Valentine’s Day. Thankfully, I have a Mother who lives for a challenging DIY project so I plan to get her involved to help me recreate these. 

Burlap Heart by Where The Smiles Have Been

This gorgeous burlap heart monogram wreath is first on my list of decor ideas to try this year. It’s absolutely gorgeous with simple to follow instructions to help me recreate it. 

Fluffy Valentine’s Day Hanging Heart by Girl, Just DIY

The last Valentine’s decor suggestion for this year includes this fun and fluffy hanging heart from Girl, Just DIY. It makes for a gorgeous piece of decor and a super simple DIY project. What could be better?


Holiday decor is such a personal thing. Hopefully, you were able to find a new idea or two to help you create a gorgeous seasonal scape for your home. Valentine’s Day is a day filled with love so why not have our house reflect that. Enjoy and hapy decorating!


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