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Simple DIY Dollar Tree Heart-Shaped Box Wreath Decoration

Looking for a budget-friendly and creative way to decorate for Valentine's Day? Check out this DIY tutorial on how to make a heart-shaped wreath using Dollar Tree items. It's a simple and charming decoration that will add a touch of love to your home.

A wreath design with wooden heart box with faux floral and greenery

Watch video tutorial 

Materials showing acrylic paint, paintbrush, wooden heart house and floral cutters


Acrylic paint- I'm using Waverly Paint, color -Ballet Slipper and white acrylic paint
One wooden heart box decoration -Purchased from Dollar Tree
Faux floral and greenery
Faux pearls
Grapevine wreath
Floral cutters
Adhesive/Hot glue
Foam block (optional)

Acrylic paint, paintbrush, and wooden heart box

To make a heart-shaped wreath decoration, start by painting the wooden heart box with acrylic paint. Use a lighter pink color for the flat surface of the box and white paint for the rest of the box.

Pink and white painted wooden heart box

Pink and white painted wooden heart box, faux pearls and adhesive

Then, glue faux pearls around the outer surface of the heart with any heavy-duty adhesive. Take two to three strands of wire and add them around the top of the heart box opening. This will be used to attach the wooden box to the wreath. Attach the wreath by looping the wire around it. Use a small amount of hot glue to keep the wooden box decoration in place on the wreath. 

Closeup of heart design with faux pearls

Wooden heart box and gold wire wrapped around

heart box on wreath near faux floral and floral cutters
Using floral cutters, cut the faux floral to size and insert it into the box. You can insert a foam block and then add your floral stems into it. Or you can insert the floral straight into the wooden box. Arrange your flowers and make any adjustments. 

Faux floral inside of wooden heart box on wreath

Finally, add some greenery. You can add as much or as little as you like. I added a small section of faux greenery. 

Your wreath decoration is now complete! This is a simple and beautiful decoration that is perfect for displaying on Valentine's Day or in the Spring. Thank you for creating this decoration with me. See you soon!

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  1. This is really cute

  2. very cool love that you shared this ProJet and that it would not take a lot to make one of my own. come over visit our blog sometime at

  3. This is so cute! I actually realised that I have a little house like this somewhere so will have a go at decorating it like this! #MMBC

  4. That is so cute and pretty. What a fantastic craft for Valentine's day.


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