Create this beautiful DIY Floral Valentine’s Day Wreath that will decorate your door with beautiful English Roses all the way through summer!
Hello, friends and Happy New Year… it’s been awhiiiile! If you don’t follow me on Facebook or Instagram then you may not know that we had our baby, so I’m taking a break on the blog and crafting for now in order to soak up all of the newborn snuggles I can! 🙂
I originally created this pretty DIY Floral Valentine’s Day Wreath last year and have been anxious to get it back up on my door since I took it down for my fall wreath last year!
It was easy to make and is the perfect way to brighten your door after your holiday wreath comes down.
DIY Floral Valentine’s Day Wreath
The exact flowers that I used for this project are no longer available so I have included links to the closest substitutes that I could find.
- Heart Shape wreath form
- Rose Stems (Update: the exact ones I used were discontinued but these, these, these, these, these, these and these are all good substitutes.
- 2 to 3 blocks floral foam
- Wire Cutters
First you will cut the floral foam into pieces sized to fit snugly in the heart shape wreath form.
Cut the English Rose blooms off of all of the stems (a couple of inches from the base of the bloom to leave enough stem to insert into the floral foam).
Arrange the English Roses onto the Floral Valentine’s Day Wreath by inserting the stems into the floral foam. I found it easiest to arrange the larger sized roses first to make sure they are spaced appropriately and then fill in the gaps with the small closed blooms to fill in the remainder of the heart form. Tip: You may end up with a lot of holes in the floral foam from re-positioning the flowers to find the correct positioning for your Floral Valentine’s Day Wreath so place a drop of hot glue onto the tip of the stem when positioning the roses for the final time. This will keep the flowers securely in place.
Weave ribbon through the top of the heart wreath to use as a hanger. Hang on the door, a wall or over a mirror! No need to confine this beauty to the door only!
Also no need to confine your Floral Valentine’s Day wreath to only Valentine’s Day! The beautiful blooms and cheery colors will look beautiful on the door all the way through the summer!
If you’re a wreath lover like me, be sure to check out these beautiful collections of spring, summer, fall, Halloween and Christmas wreaths and even more Valentine’s Day wreaths!
Thanks for stopping by today and I’ll see you soon with more fun DIY and recipe inspiration!
I tried the link for the flowers but it wouldn’t work. Do you have another link?
Hi Sherry! I’m sorry for the delayed response, I took some time off. I see that the ones I used are discontinued so I linked some similar options in the post. I hope that helps!
Sara W says
How many rose stems did you end up needing for this?
Hi Sara! Some of the stems had 2 flowers and some had 3 so I think I used about 10 – 12.
Rebecca Payne says
Thanks so much Rebecca!
Julie Briones says
Such a gorgeous wreath English Rose Heart Wreath! Here by way of the Cottage Market feature today! Congrats! We would LOVE to have you link up at Tuesday Turn About. Our party closes on Fridays at midnight CST, and we open back up on Tuesdays (duh) at 5pm CST! We hope to see you and your wonderful wreath there soon! (pinned and followed you on Pinterest and IG!)
Jo Ann Phillips says
Hi Lydi! Love this Heart wreath. Planning on making one for Valentines. It will be outside in the elements, would you recommend styrofoam block instead of foam?
Thank you for sharing your beautiful creations, Jo Ann
Thanks so much Jo Ann! Yes, that’s a good idea! I would LOVE to see yours when you’re done! 🙂
Whoa! That is a cool beautiful wreath!!
Thanks so much Patti! I’d love to see it when you’re done! 🙂
Debra A Wise says
Love the wreath! Pink flowers are my fav so I’m gonna give this a try. Thanks for the inspiration!
So glad you like it Debra, I’d love to see it when you’re done! 🙂
This is so pretty.
Thanks so much Ginny!