Vinyl Valentine Day Wreath – DIY

As February fast approaches, I figured it was high time I put away the Christmas Wreath and dug out my Heart Shaped Valentine wreath. This was one of my favorite projects from 2015 so I thought I’d repost it. It is an easy DIY project that you could definitely get made before February 14.

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I love Valentine’s Day but I always love to save money and make crafts as frugally and as easily as I can:).  I had already been to my local Dollar Tree to purchase some items for my Valentine Tablescape, which included some thin vinyl tablecloths.

To make the heart shape wreath pictured above, you will need:

1 x white vinyl tablecloth, 1 x red vinyl tablecloth, 1 x pink vinyl tablecloth, one wire coat hanger shaped into a heart and a pair of scissors. Total cost for this project was $3.75

I could not find a wire coat hanger so I used some wire that I had in my craft drawer.  I cut the tablecloth into strips, approximately 1 inch wide by 7 inches long and simply tied them on until I filled the entire hanger. This takes approximately 2 hours, so while this craft is very simple it is time consuming. Great craft to do while sitting in front of the TV.

The possibilities with these wreaths is endless. You could use tissue paper, fabric or ribbon.  I had some vinyl pieces left over and decided to make another  wreath, this one quite small and I used the leftover pink vinyl pieces.

 

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I am going to send this to my daughter, I hope she likes it and thinks that it is A Wandaful Thing!!!

 

 

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