My first love, before there were so many gorgeous scrapbook papers and embellishments, was fabric and sewing. I confess I still have a fabric stash that I add to from time to time . . . So, when I saw these pretty and romantic Valentine’s Day wreaths made with fabrics, I fell hard. Each of these fabric Valentine’s Day wreaths is so sweet and pretty, and each is made with a different technique. I’ve linked to the tutorials, so you can make one, too.
Celeste at My Greenbrae Cottage uses a beloved technique to make her Pretty-in-Pink Valentine’s Day Wreath. I love her collection of pink fabrics, and her tutorial will show you how to cut and “punch” the fabric squares.
Melissa from The Madison Family blog put her own creative riff on this technique. She folds in the corners on each fabric square to create a “pouf,” which she then punches into the wreath. And again, how can you not (heart) these cheery fabrics?
If you’re looking for a super-quick Valentine’s Day wreath, check out Emily’s tutorial on the blog Everything Emily. She cuts strips from a cute and colorful fabric, and then wraps the strips around the wreath. A big red bow adds the final flourish.
And for the finale, Heidi from The Craft Monkey shares her “Blinged Out Valentine’s Day Wreath.” Whoa! This can’t-miss wreath has attitude! Even the satin ribbon flowers have sparkling centers.
Thank you, ladies, for sharing your Valentine’s Day inspiration with us.
I’ll have a few more Valentine’s Day creations for you on Friday, this time with some of those gorgeous papers and embellishments I mentioned earlier . . . What’s in your craft stash? Do you have a growing collection of certain crafty items?