15 Valentine’s Day Crafts with Heart

I hope you fall in love with one of the 15 Valentine’s Day crafts I’m featuring today. I have Valentine’s Day hearts made with buttons, paper, seashells, and moss; needlefelted hearts, faux finished hearts and painted hearts. You won’t find a broken heart in the bunch, however.

First up is the Mossy Valentine’s Wreath from The Magic Onions. This is a beautiful blog, so be sure to page through it.

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Mossy Valentine's Wreath

The trio of Weathered Plaster Heart Plaques is designed by Kathleen George and is textured with seashells, ribbon roses and buttons.

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"Weathered Plaster" Heart Plaques

This pretty pair is covered with air dry clay. Designer Diane Flowers finished the Stamped Clay Hearts with moss and roses.

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Stamped Clay Hearts

I love the rustic faux finish and copper edging on this Rustic Heart Memo Board (I also love that you can use it year-round).

DIY memo board

Rustic Heart Memo Board

Does this Sweet Remembrance Valentine’s Day Card look familiar? It’s pictured in the Valentine’s Day header for Crafts ‘n Coffee. Rebekah Meier made this dimensional card.

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Sweet Remembrance Valentine's Day Card.

Rebekah also designed this Sweetheart Mini Album (the top lifts up to display the pages).

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Sweetheart Mini Album

Follow Diane Flowers’ tutorial to make this sweet, Paper Hearts Centerpiece. With so many pretty papers available, it will be hard to choose!

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Paper Hearts Centerpiece

The Eternal Romance Paper Hearts are also created by Diane.

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Eternal Romance Paper Hearts

I can almost smell the lilacs on the Sweet Heart Topiary. Think about making this cutie for Mother’s Day, too.

lilac topiary

Sweet Heart Topiary

Who doesn’t love button crafts? Wouldn’t the “Cute as a Button” Triple Frame be pretty covered in creamy white buttons, too?

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"Cute as a Button" Triple Frame.

If you’ve not tried needlefelting, the Needlefelted Sweetheart Swag by Debra Quartermain is a good project for beginners.

needlefelted swag

Needlefelted Sweetheart Swag

Lasting Memories shares a tutorial for making this lush and textured Felt Heart.

DIY felt heart

Felt Heart

This Valentine Heart Wreath by Twig and Thistle also has lots of luscious texture and is made with cupcake liners.

Cupcake liner wreath

Valentine Heart Wreath

Patty Schaffer designed this Sweetheart Rose Wreath with glittered, book page roses. You’ll find the tutorial on the last page of the January/February issue of Create & Decorate (the magazine saved the best for last!)

book page roses wreath

Sweetheart Rose Wreath

DIy book page roses

Look for the January/February issue of Create & Decorate for instructions to make Patty's Sweetheart Rose Wreath.

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Kick Up Your Heels Dancing Hearts

And finally, here’s one that always makes me laugh – the Kick up Your Heels Dancing Hearts. Do these two know how to have a good time, or what? Do you have a favorite? Please tell me which one of these heartfelt crafts is your favorite.

Happy crafting!

Sharon

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7 Responses to 15 Valentine’s Day Crafts with Heart

  1. Birgit says:

    Actually, I can’t say which of the projects is my favorite — I certainly heart all hearts! :) Thanks for sharing the great artwork by all those talented artists — what a lovely Valentine’s Day treat.

  2. Katiria says:

    I love Rebekah’s Sweetheart Album and those 2 dancing hearts made me laugh! They are so cute.

  3. Violet W. says:

    So many great projects for all skill levels. Thank you for sharing.

  4. Lisa Malachinski says:

    what inspiration! Those are all wonderful. The dancers are super cute.
    Thanks!

  5. ColleenB. says:

    What great and wonderful projects.
    They are all awesome
    Thank You
    ColleenB.

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