My girl and I hit Hobby Lobby the other day and looked around for supplies to turn our grapevine into something love-y, and came up with these supplies: pink and red bandanas, and felt hearts.
I love using unusual items for the "bow" on a wreath. I simply rolled the bandanas corner to corner, and then tied them around with wreath in a square knot.
I took the ribbons out of the felt hearts, and used clear fishing line to tie them to the wreath-form.
What I specifically like about this wreath is how it is seen from the street. It is obvious that it is covered in hearts, and if you're going to go to the trouble, then... well, it's nice that it can be seen for what it is!
Admittedly, no crafting skills were used in the making (and I use the term loosely) of this Valentine wreath. But also, not much time was used -- and that was exactly what I needed this year.
A friend on FB recently talked about Valentine's Day being her favorite holiday, and reminded her friends that #LoveIsWorthCelebrating. Since my kids are older, I tend to let these little holidays go, but the reminder was a good one for me. I don't, however, think you have to celebrate in an "over-the top" way in order to recognize the holiday, and this simple wreath follows that same philosophy.
Do you usually celebrate Valentine's Day, or just let it slip by?
Don't forget: #Love is worth celebrating!
* Linking up with Share Your Cup Thursday