The season for love and heart is slowly approaching. Decorate your house, your backyard, or any place you will be at and turn it into a love nest with these Valentine’s Day ideas. These decor ideas will make your special someone feel even more loved and your date night more unforgettable. Be inspired, enjoy the experience, and have a magical Valentine’s Day.
Table of Contents
- 1 Paper Heart Chain Garland
- 2 Heart Decor Ideas
- 3 Cupid Chow
- 4 Folded Paper Hearts
- 5 Farmhouse Style Valentine Decor Ideas
- 6 Rose Heart Wall Art
- 7 Valentines Cootie-free Tags
- 8 Repurposed Valentine’s Day Decor
- 9 Valentine’s Crafts for Kids
- 10 Valentine Sweet Snacks
- 11 Better Together Rustic Wooden Sign
- 12 Valentines Day Bouquets
- 13 Heart Chandelier and Dining Table Centerpiece
- 14 Red and White Decor Ideas
- 15 Primitive Valentine Pillows
- 16 Valentine’s Decoration Ideas
- 17 Valentine’s Day Party Games as Decor
- 18 XO Valentines Wreath
- 19 Mantle and Fireplace Ideas
- 20 A Valentine Filled with Wreath
- 21 DIY Valentine Decors to Fall in Love With
- 22 Be Mine Valentine
- 23 Dessert Board
- 24 Porch Decor
- 25 Home Decor Ideas For a Warmer Relationship
- 26 Romantic Bedroom Décor
- 27 Valentine’s Day Vignette
- 28 Pucker-up Lip Balloons
- 29 3D Heart Wall Decor
- 30 Kids Valentine Puzzle Wreath
- 31 DIY Valentine’s Day Table
- 32 Centerpiece Ideas for Valentine’s Day
- 33 Valentine’s Day Door Hanger
- 34 Felt Hearts
- 35 Fabric Heart Banner
- 36 Valentine’s Day Box Ideas
- 37 Romantic Dinner Set-up
- 38 Valentine’s Day Party
- 39 Valentine Gnomes
- 40 Pucker up Valentine’s Day
- 41 Valentine’s Day Table Decor Ideas
- 42 Cupid’s Arrow Cupcakes
- 43 Valentine’s Day Shelf Decorations
- 44 Beads and Candles
- 45 Farm Fresh Picture
- 46 Valentine’s Day Decor
- 47 Bear Hug Tag and Topper
- 48 Valentine Class Party Ideas
- 49 Valentine Crafts
- 50 Heart Bulletin Boards
Paper Heart Chain Garland
Spruce up your date with these paper garlands. All you need are sheets of paper in different shades of pink and red, scissors, and a stapler. Cut sheets of paper into strips then fold each piece in half. Staple the ends of the first strip together to form a heart. Slip the next piece of paper into the first heart ad staple the ends together to form another heart. Repeat the process until you reach your desired length. Hang it up and brighten the room instantly.
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Heart Decor Ideas
There are many ways to add some hearts into your home this season of love. Turn your Christmas tree into Valentine’s Day tree by trimming it with red ribbons, heart ornaments, and red flowers. Display your heart-shaped fine china over the mantlepiece. You can also display a romantic bouquet of red and pink flowers.
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Get the food on theme with this treat meant for Cupid! Most of the ingredients can already be found in your kitchen. First, melt the peanut butter, butter, and chocolate chips in a bowl until creamy. Add the vanilla and stir. Pour the chocolate over the cereal in a container with a lid. Cover the container and shake until the cereal is well-coated with chocolate. Add sprinkles of your choice and serve.
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Folded Paper Hearts
Keep even the most obscure places in your Valentine’s Day day venue filled with hearts with these folded paper hearts. Draw an elongated heart on the paper and then cut out using the scissors. Fold the heart like an accordion from top to bottom. Punch a hole through some of the accordion folds while following an invisible centerline of the heart. Weave a skewer through the holes and poke it into a cork cut in half.
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Farmhouse Style Valentine Decor Ideas
A rustic, farmhouse-inspired Valentine is no longer a dream with these decor ideas. You can hang a garland of red tassels over the mantlepiece. You can also put together an assortment of items on a three-tiered metal stand. This can include decorative mugs, jars of sweets, and even flowers. You can also hang burlap garlands, or display a bunch of flowers using floral ceramics.
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Rose Heart Wall Art
Make a display that can be kept forever with this heart-themed wall art. Take a sheet of scrapbooking paper of your choice and cut it into a square smaller than your canvass. Print out a heart template. Stick the paper flowers on to the heart template with dots of glue. You can buy paper flowers of your choice from the craft store, or you can make them yourself. Glue the heart onto the scrapbooking paper and attach the scrapbooking paper to the canvass.
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Valentines Cootie-free Tags
Remind everyone to keep Valentine’s Day clean and cootie-free with these cute tags. Tie these tags around the liquid hand soaps found in the powder room or the kitchen sink. These can also be tied around alcohol bottles or sanitizer pumps and given as gifts to keep Valentine’s Day a healthy holiday.
Repurposed Valentine’s Day Decor
Be a thrifty date and show that this holiday of love does not need a big budget to be special. Use old styrofoam from old projects or packaging and turn them into heart topiaries. Cut three hearts of increasing sizes from the styrofoam. Using alphabet stickers, create a Valentine’s Day message on the three hearts. Paint the hearts with spray paint and peel off the stickers. Use thin metal rods or wooden dowels to stack the styrofoam hearts from biggest to smallest and place it on a planter. Place smaller hearts and some flowers around to accent the topiary.
Valentine’s Crafts for Kids
Valentine’s Day is not only a holiday for mom and dad, but it is for the kids, too. Get the kids to create crafts that can be used to brighten up the home this season. They can make a string heart pattern with paper plates. The children can also make a card with heart designs that are made from confetti. They can even make yarn love bugs. These crafts are cute and fun to make as a family.
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Valentine Sweet Snacks
Share the warm, fuzzy feeling with everyone by giving them something that will fill their bellies this Valentine’s Day with these snack ideas. Put together a do-it-yourself smores pack and decorate it with this “I need s’ more friends like you!” card. You can also make a chocolate-dipped strawberry snack as a healthier alternative.
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Better Together Rustic Wooden Sign
Set the mood in any room with this rustic Valentine’s Day sign. This wooden sign measures 15.5 inches tall and 10 inches wide. The whole plank is painted white with the words “better together” painted in black. The plank is then distressed to achieve the rustic look. It can be hung on the wall with its sawtooth hanger or it can lean on a stand as a room accent.
Valentines Day Bouquets
Bouquets are traditionally made with flowers, but they can also be made with other things that remind everyone of Valentine’s Day like chocolates and stuffed toys. Make your loved one feel extra-special this season with bouquets that are made of flowers that convey how much they mean to you together with chocolates and Valentine’s Day cards.
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Heart Chandelier and Dining Table Centerpiece
The dining room does not need to be limited to candlelight dinners to feel Valentine’s warmth. Decorate your dining room with this decor idea. Hang paper or cardboard hearts from the chandelier or the ceiling. Place a heart table runners or heart-theme placemats on the table and top with a set of candles wrapped with ribbon.
Red and White Decor Ideas
This can be recycled for different holiday seasons. Red table runners, red centerpieces, and red ornaments can also be used during Valentine’s Day. Keep the bedroom nice and cozy with red and white pillow cases, sheets, and comforters. Glam up the kitchen with countertop covers and dish towels in red and white checkers.
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Primitive Valentine Pillows
Scatter a little fluffiness around the house with these Valentine pillow tucks. Each set comes with three pillows and eight smaller heart pillows. The pillows have burgundy floss embroidery. The hearts come in two different fabric patterns; stipped and ticked. All the pillows are handmade and primed to achieve the primitive look.
Valentine’s Decoration Ideas
Decorate every corner of the house with love and happiness when with these decoration ideas. Fill up glass jars with potpourri or fresh flower petals. Paint old wine bottles in shades of pink and red, and add letters to each bottle to announce a message of love. Set-up post-its with messages of affirmation into a heart in the bathroom mirror as a surprise. You house will be teeming with love.
Valentine’s Day Party Games as Decor
Keep these Valentine’s Day celebrations fun and exciting with these games that can double as decorations when not in use! Place this Pin the Heart on the Fox on a wall. You can also strategically place bowls with foam hearts in the house which can be used to play Heart Race. Let your creativity explode!
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XO Valentines Wreath
Send your hugs and kisses to everyone who approaches your front door with this XO wreath. This wreath was crafted with artificial pip berries and wire. The wreath can be hung from the door with a ribbon that can cling on to a hook. The red X and white O are attached together with wire.
Mantle and Fireplace Ideas
Extend the warmth of the fire from the fireplace to the mantle and the rest of the room with these Valentine’s Day decor ideas. Hang a heart wreath made from paper over the mantle. Place heart cushions on coat hooks. Stack ceramic cubes with pictures of you and your loved one. Find many ideas here.
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A Valentine Filled with Wreath
Decorate every wall, door, and bare space with these wreath ideas. Make a wreath purely from red or pink roses. There are also wreath ideas to follow using burlap, felt, and yarn. Pom Pom hearts are always a favorite. You can also use scrap fabric to make a ruffle wreath. You can even use pinecones to assemble a wreath!
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DIY Valentine Decors to Fall in Love With
Spread love and joy in all parts of the house with these Valentine decorations you can DIY. Create a garland by stringing pom poms together. You can also paint and distress a set of mason jars to use them as vases. You can even upcycle old maps and turn them into roses.
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Be Mine Valentine
Ask your loved one to be your Valentine for life with this DIY project. The signs are pretty easy to assemble since most of the materials can be found in your local hardware store. Look for pine boards and paint the sign white. Glue on metal letters to the pine boards to form the form the phrase “Be Mine”. Top of with paper hearts folded in half to resemble butterflies.
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Give that countertop some love by putting together a dessert board. Turn the Charcuterie board into one that is specially made for Valentine’s Day. Add different kinds of desserts like macarons, marshmallows, and various heart-shaped candy. You can also add cookies, like Valentine Oreos, chocolate-covered strawberries, fruits, and dips like caramel.
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Porches can often be disregarded whenever the house is decorated. Give your porch, and everyone who visits, some love with these Valentine inspired decorations. You can wrap your front door with pretty pink lights. You can also place wooden displays that declare love for everyone. If there are rocking chairs or swings on the porch, spruce these up with red and pink pillowcases.
Home Decor Ideas For a Warmer Relationship
Warmen up your relationships at home with these decors for the Valentine season. Wrap burlap around mason jars to create a distinctly rustic centerpiece. You can also install a shelf that forms the words LOVE. Make a miniature heart tree with red paper hearts. Personalize your garland by hanging pictures of you and your loved one.
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Romantic Bedroom Décor
Turn the bedroom into a romantic getaway with this Valentine’s Day decoration idea. Begin by printing out some of your favorite pictures of you and your loved one. Purchase helium balloons that are heart-shaped from any store. Choose those that come with ribbons or attach ribbons to the balloons yourself. Tape or glue the pictures to the balloons and place them over the bed. Sprinkle petals on the bed to top it all off.
Valentine’s Day Vignette
Amplify the drama of any room with unique Valentine’s Day Vignettes. A vignette, simply put, is a collection of trinkets, decorations, and various items arranged to draw attention to an appealing focal point. Vignettes can be placed in different places in the house. Anything can be included in a vignette, the important thing is for it to revolve around a theme. In this case, the theme is Valentine’s Day. For example, you can place a heart-shaped paperweight and a pink teacup on top of a weighing scale. This is already a vignette.
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Pucker-up Lip Balloons
Give a load kisses to everyone you care about with these cute balloons. The balloons are shaped like luscious lips that are coated with lip gloss. These balloons are a fun upgrade from the traditional ones. It can be the focal point in a bouquet of flowers. It can also be placed individually or in clusters around the house or room to set the Valentine ambiance.
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3D Heart Wall Decor
Upgrade the conventional method of simply sticking paper hearts to the wall with this craft idea. Begin by cut paper hearts from paper as you usually would. Next, cut a straight line from the corner where the two mounds at the top of the heart meet up to the center of the heart. Then, pinch the heart in the same place where it was cut so that the center of the heart pushes upward as if to form a cone. Tape the pinched parts together and tape to the wall.
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Kids Valentine Puzzle Wreath
Give old puzzle pieces a breath of new life with this craft idea. Take about 100 old and mismatched puzzle pieces and paint them varying shades of pink and red. Arrange around 15 puzzle pieces into the shape of a heart. Glue the ends of the puzzle pieces together. After this, start stacking the second layer of puzzle pieces on top of the initial heart shape. Continue stacking until you are satisfied that the heart is fully shaped. Add a foot of twine or decorative ribbon and tie it to the heart to hang.
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DIY Valentine’s Day Table
Make your Valentine’s Day celebration special with this table set-up that is sure to impress. Begin by measuring the length of the dining table you will be decorating. Tape together enough sheets of chalkboard scrapbook paper to cover the length you want and place it on the table as you would a runner. Prime the paper by rubbing chalkboard all over it and then erasing it again before writing on it. Gather decorations of your choice like wine glasses, cupcakes, and roses. Arrange them to your liking. You now have a romantic table to have dinner in.
Centerpiece Ideas for Valentine’s Day
Build your eye-catching centerpieces with these centerpiece ideas. You can use roses of different varieties of every color and arrange them in cute boxes or ceramic vases. You can also use mason jars instead of vases. Do not be limited to fresh flowers, balloons, twigs, artificial flowers, and even candy can be used to make centerpieces.
Valentine’s Day Door Hanger
Create a rustic vibe to any house or room with this wooden door hanger. It is a heart-shaped wooden plank that is painted in shades of pink and red. The word love is painted in black at the center of the heart. The heart door hanger is accentuated with three ribbons tied together on the side of the heart. It comes with a sturdy wire ready to be hung.
Give a bouquet that will not wilt even days after Valentine’s Day with these hearts made from felt. All you need are sheets of felt fabric in different colors, fiberfill, balloon sticks, some burlap, and some ribbons. Cut the felt in hearts of approximately the same sizes and sew two together. Fill it up with fiberfill until it feels nice and snug. Place the balloon stick in the heart before sewing it closed. Repeat as many times as you want. Bundle the hearts together and wrap the sticks with burlap and a ribbon.
Fabric Heart Banner
Decorations can be soft and fluffy. Even banners can be made with plush materials. You can make one for yourself with fabric, twine, funky scissors, and some thread and needle. Cut hearts of approximately the same size out of the fabric using the funky scissors. Sew two hearts together leaving a good margin from the edges to showcase the textures. When sewing near the top of the heart, insert the twine. Fill up the heart with fiberfill before sealing everything in.
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Valentine’s Day Box Ideas
Give your kids a memorable Valentine’s Day experience and start a yearly tradition with these Valentine’s boxes. Cards, sweets, trinkets, and tiny gifts can be placed here for safekeeping. These Valentine’s boxes do not need to always be heart-shaped or heart-themed, they can be anything from yellow submarines to glittery unicorns. The possibilities are endless.
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Romantic Dinner Set-up
Some couples can go all out when celebrating Valentine’s Day to show how much they love each other. Going all can still mean having a nice dinner at home with your loved one or with your whole family. Set up a nice dining table that will make everyone who sits in like a million dollars with these ideas.
Valentine’s Day Party
Valentine’s Day is not only for people who are in a relationship, but it is also a holiday for everyone. Celebrate Valentine’s Day as happily single people with these fun party decorations ideas. Start with a garland of paper lips. Decorate the main table with plates that are shaped like lips giving kisses. You can also accentuate the table with red and pink tassels.
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These gnomes are a sweet and cute addition to make any place cozy for Valentine’s. These gnomes all have long beards, a round nose, and long pointed hats. The bodies of the gnomes can be made in any color. They can be in red or pink for Valentine’s Day. The pointed hats can have red hearts as an accent. You can make these gnomes for you and your loved one!
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Pucker up Valentine’s Day
Spread warm and sweet kisses everywhere with this Valentine’s Day decoration idea. Take flying kisses to the next level by blowing up plain white balloons. Take your favorite lipstick color and apply it as you normally would. Place kisses on the balloons sparingly. Next, bake or purchase a plain white cake. Print out and cut a lip template. Place the template over the cake and sprinkle with pink or red powdered sugar.
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Valentine’s Day Table Decor Ideas
Extend the romantic ambiance in every nook and cranny of the house by decorating even the smallest tables. Place a vase of red roses and scatter petals on the table by the entryway. You can also place candles in glass holders in the table along the hallway. Put crocheted heart-shaped coasters on the dining table.
Cupid’s Arrow Cupcakes
We are all ready to enjoy red velvet cake at any time of the year. Turn this classic dessert into a Valentine’s Day special with a simple decorating idea. Bake red velvet cupcakes and top them off with cream cheese frosting. Adorn them with some heart-shaped sprinkles. Insert a 6-inch long lollipop stick through the top part of the cupcake paper. Attach hearts to either end of the lollipop to form an arrow.
Valentine’s Day Shelf Decorations
Shelves are good for holding many things, not only books. Decorate them this Valentine season with a variety of things that remind us of Valentine’s Day. This can be red pillows in a basket and an old weighing scale to hold red mugs or bowls. You can also hang a pink garland on the wall and a pink chequered throw.
Beads and Candles
Candles are romantic by themselves. Add a little more touch of romance to the classic candles by decorating them with beads. Place big red candles on glass candle holders. Wrap the base of the candle with strings of red and white beads. You can add as many strings of beads to the candles as you like to make the base more full.
Farm Fresh Picture
Keep your love fresh and real whenever your loved one sees this picture. The picture comes in a wooden frame painted black. The picture features a red truck carrying a load of red hearts. The truck is surrounded by the words Farm Fresh Valentines painted in black ink. At the bottom of the picture, the words love, sweet, and hug are printed in red ink.
Valentine’s Day Decor
Be inspired and let your creativity soar with these Valentine’s Day decoration ideas. Turn heart-shaped cookies into cute animals. Purchase candles that feature letter designs and form the word love. You can also use letter balloons to form a message or simple phrases that express your feelings. Share the season of love with birds by making heart-shaped bird feeders.
Bear Hug Tag and Topper
Big bear hugs can come in small packages. Give a pack or a box of bear-themed snacks as a Valentine’s Day giveaway this year. Top off the package or the box with this bear hug tag and topper. The tag and topper features the silhouette of bear printed against a white background. The phrase A Big Hug is printed around the bear in black ink.
Valentine Class Party Ideas
Instill the value of a positive loving experience with children when you celebrate Valentine’s Day in the classroom with these activities. The outputs of these activities can also work as decorations and keepsakes of the children’s early work. Make love bugs from toilet rolls or pom poms and place them on walls for viewing. They can also create Valentine’s Day themed bookmark.
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Celebrate Valentine’s Day and make it extra special with a budget with these craft ideas. Make a cute Valentine garland with tiny wooden clothespins. Makeup can also be used to create Valentine’s art. Package your favorite type of candy in clear cylindrical tubes with cork stoppers. Re-use Christmas balls and turn them into a heart garland.
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Heart Bulletin Boards
Turn the classroom bulletin boards into Valentine’s Day murals which can also be used as backgrounds for photos with these ideas. Fold paper hearts and turn your bulletin board into a hot air heart balloon. Make paper bees and tape them to the bulletin board with the phrase Bee-mine. Craft a handful of paper cupcakes as boarders and express how sweet first grade is.
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Valentine’s Day is a holiday for love and spreading the warmth of love. Make everyone you care for feel special and help them enjoy this season of hearts with these decorations.