Roses and Valentine Wreath.
This wreath was such a fun craft.
I love how it looks as though the dozen roses are accompanying a Valentine.
It only cost a few dollars and took about 10 minutes to create.
Note- when making these, if you want one at either end of a mantel, you will want to put the decoration on opposite sides (one left and one right).
Supply List for this Roses and Valentine Wreath
Wreath form willow or wicker (I got mine from Dollar Tree) for a $1.00
felt envelope with heart closure I got 30 for $3.50 = 11 cents for one
Mini toothpick roses (these are paper rose cupcake toppers from Michael’s) They were $3.10 with a coupon and I used 1/2 pack of the pink and 1/2 pack of the red for each wreath = $3.10
glue gun and glue sticks I had these on hand.
Total cost for this Roses and Valentine Wreath= ~$4.50 each
I love the simplicity of these wreaths and the affordable price is also a bonus!
How to Make this Roses and Valentine Wreath
1- Hot glue 12 toothpick paper roses (5 pink and 7 red) or (7 red and 5 pink) onto a small wicker or willow wreath.
As you hot glue the bundle of toothpick roses, make sure they are layered so some are lower and others are higher up in the bundle.
2- Hot glue a felt Valentine at the base of the toothpicks to cover their stems and add interest.
See, super simple!
A tip in making this would be to be patient in gluing and arranging the toothpick roses. They can be a little hard to manage until you get a few glued down well.
I added one on each side of my Valentine’s Day Fireplace Mantel.
I glued the envelope and roses on the left and right sides so they would look balanced on each side of the mantel.
These wreaths were paired on the mantel with a slightly larger Valentine’s Pampas and flower wreath ; these wreaths also had the decor on the opposite sides.
Pairing the two wreaths together added further balance and interest in the display.
I hope this simple, quick and inexpensive Roses and Valentine Wreath gives you some crafting inspiration.
Happy Valentine’s Day!