Welcome to our monthly Bling on the Crafts Challenge. Today is all about Valentine’s Day and I am showing you how to make a Valentine’s Day Wreath using leftover ornaments. It is quick, easy and inexpensive, but looks so pretty with the pink and silver color scheme. Be sure to visit the other bloggers linked up below to see what sparkly projects they will be sharing!
On the first Monday of each month, a group of DIY and crafty bloggers join forces to bring you the #BlingontheCrafts blog hop. Each blogger creates a glittery, sparkly, shiny, shimmery, sequined, or “blingy” craft to share that goes with a monthly theme.
January’s theme is Valentine’s Day. Each blogger chooses their own craft to make as long as it shines and follows the theme.
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How To Make A Valentine’s Day Wreath
4 boxes of ornament balls-8 in each box
Heart Shape Form
One thing I started doing a few years ago was picking up supplies after Christmas that could be used for Valentine’s Day. Think red and white ribbon and ornaments. For some reason I don’t like using red in my home. I always love it whenever I see it in other homes, but I prefer neutrals and blues. However, as soon as I saw these beautiful pink ornaments at the craft store I fell in love! I have made a couple ornament ball wreaths before shown here and here.
I placed a poster board down so the hot glue didn’t get on my table. Remove the hangers from the ornaments and then just start hot glueing the ornaments in an alternating pattern ensuring that you are keeping with the heart shape.
The color of these ornaments are so pretty! Lots of bling for Valentine’s Day and our Bling on the Crafts challenge! Unfortunately I did not buy enough of the pink ornaments and used some silver and pearl gray that I had on hand. It actually gives it a nice contrast.
Finally, just add paper doilies around the wreath if you want. You can totally skip this step, but I felt it gave it that old school Valentine’s Day look with them included.
The grand total of this Valentine’s Day Wreath was $9! Love when I can make things on a small budget! Enjoy the fun projects shared below. Have a great day!
**PIN FOR LATER**