Pinterest-Inspired Valentine's Day DIY Decor

February 07, 2024 ยท by Andrea Long

I'm a Pinterest gal. I love to get recipes (all the Paleo, please!), outfit ideas (like what type of sneakers to pair with a pleated midi), and home decor inspiration (do I really love modern farmhouse or French country style?). 

One of my most searched topics is DIY seasonal decor. I adore fall and Christmas, but I recently searched for DIY Valentine's Day decor and found a plethora of ideas for the upcoming holiday. If you're a DIYer, a decorator, or a DIYing decorator, this post is for you! Here's your one-stop post for all the red, pink, heart, rose, and velvet decor that you can make yourself. 

Farmhouse Hearts

Not everyone loves a ton of hot pink and bright red in their home, even for seasonal decor. These neutral layered heart signs from A Hundred Affections blog are the perfect touch of farmhouse and holiday! Repurpose some old signs with leftover fabric and ribbon for an adorable effect!

Canvas Painted Hearts

This one is a perfect craft to include the whole family for some unique decor. Make a heart stencil, place it on your canvas and paint away! The Feeling Nifty Blog has three fun ways to paint these canvases. I personally love the credit card method for a fun, abstract sign!

Valentine's Day Wreath

There's nothing so simple and easy to celebrate a new holiday than adding a seasonal wreath. This pink baby's breath heart wreath from The House that Lars Built blog is giving us all the love-day vibes! This blog post even shows you how to make your own heart-shaped wreath form for a budget-friendly project. 

Easy Valentine's Centerpieces

Grab your phone and search for Valentine's centerpieces, and you'll get thousands of results! Here are a few ideas that anyone can do:

  • Candy hearts jar: Add a bunch of candy hearts (you know the ones with the little messages on them) to a pretty glass jar. Voila! Instant centerpiece!
  • Filler paper vase: Buy some basket filler paper in varying shades of pink and red. Layer a tall vase with the paper in layers from darker to lighter shades to create an ombre effect.
  • Fresh flowers: Fresh flowers are always in style! But you don't have to spend a fortune at the florist for the perfect arrangement. Grab some clearance flower bundles (focus on pinks and reds, and add some greenery or baby's breath for fillers) at your local grocery store and make your own!

I hope you enjoyed this Pinterest-inspired post and that you got some new ideas for your own Valentine's Day decor. Happy DIYing!

Andrea Long

About Andrea Long

Andrea Long is wife to Clinton and mommy to Clark and Chantry. She is editor and manager of The Dainty Jewells Blog and part of the marketing team of Dainty Jewells. She is also a Registered Nurse turned stay-at-home mom of her two precious boys. Her life is full of adventure as she travels full-time with her evangelist husband and little ones in a "tiny home on wheels". She enjoys decorating her small space, time with her family, holistic health, a good book, a strong cup of coffee, and as much time at her piano as possible. Andrea considers herself very blessed to live this life for her Faithful Friend. Follow Andrea on Instagram @andreagrindlelong.