Set the mood with these romantic Valentine’s Day decor ideas. From rose wreaths to heart garlands, there are over a hundred decoration ideas for the home! These DIY Valentine’s Day decorations will certainly make it a memorable day for you and your special someone.
Neon Heart Banner
A punch tool makes quick work of the most tedious part of this craft—cutting out all of the hearts from neon cardstock. The rest is easy, simply cut out triangles, glue on the hearts, and string onto twine or ribbon, alternating colors.
With just a bit of cardboard (use leftover boxes!) and your choice of yarn, you can make sweet and sophisticated Valentine’s Day decor for your coffee table in a flash.
Tissue Paper Stained Glass
Though this Valentine’s Day craft is easy enough for kids to nail—there’s no science to positioning the tissue paper!—the result is pretty enough to display proudly in your windows.
Though you’ll need a cutting machine, like the Cricut, to get this banner just right, you could also use a variety of smaller stamps and stenciled letters to create a similar piece for your space.
With just 10 minutes to spare, even a novice crafter can make this cute Valentine’s Day decor. Simply send a threaded needle through coordinating felt balls until you have the right size garland for your space.
For stunning wall art you can keep in place well into spring (and even beyond!), consider recreating this faux floral monogram. For a unique touch, hang the finished product inside of a vintage frame. Or, add a string and use it as a wreath on your front door.
Glittery Candle Votives
Turn any small glass vessels you may have on hand into festive table decor for your romantic dinner. Go simple with glue and glitter, or try something a little more intricate by placing stickers or washi tape down before applying the sparkles.
Valentine’s Day Countdown
If you’re counting down the days to the love-filled holiday, make it official with this fun paper craft.
Heart Marquee Sign
Though this heart-shaped decor looks like something you’d buy in the store, you only need a few supplies, like cardboard and LED lights to make it yourself.
Origami Heart Flower Bouquet
For a bouquet that will last forever, swap roses for cleverly-shaped paper hearts.
Love Letter Banner
This banner, which looks great strung along the mantle, banister, or bookshelf, plays on a craft as old as time: the love letter.
Mason Jar Bouquets
Give handled mason jars new life as table decorations with a simple coat of paint and a metallic heart-shaped decal.
Paper Heart Wreath
Though a paper wreath won’t fare so well outdoors, it’s a great option for indoor areas, like your bedroom door.
These are some tips for a great home décor for Valentine’s Day.