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How To Make a Greenery Heart Wreath

How to Make a Heart Wreath

Pinch Me! Am I really sharing a post here at one of my all-time FAVORITE blogs!?

Tatertots and Jello was one of the first blogs that I found when I discovered the blog world a couple of years ago. I was hooked from the first time I saw it! I LOVE Jen’s bright, fun style…and her countless creative ideas!

Thanks so much to for having me!

My name is Melissa and I share my home and projects over at

DaisyMaeBelle blog

Today I’m going to be sharing a simple wreath that would be perfect for Valentine’s Day.

How to Make a Heart Shaped Wreath


Heart shaped wire form

Garland of greenery

Spray of wispy flowers

Green floral wire

Wire snips

How to Make a Heart Shaped Wreath

Snip each of the strands of garland off of the base.

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Wire the garland to the front of the form.

It should only take a couple of pieces of wire per strand.

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Add the garland until the form is full.

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Use your wire snips or simply pull the stems of the flowers apart.

You want to end up with several separate stems.

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Randomly place the flowers around the wreath.

Wrap the ends of the flowers around the wire base to secure them.

How to Make a Heart Wreath

And there you have a heart wreath all ready for Valentine’s Day!

Life to the full!



Thanks Melissa! That wreath is so beautiful! I love seeing a green wreath in the winter too! Melissa has lots of great ideas on her blog, Daisy Mae Belle. Here are a few of my favorite projects of hers:


I love this Easy Burlap Bow and Basket Tutorial!


I love this DIY Paper Headboard she shared! Such a fun, simple way to add color to a room! I can see using this idea for an amazing party backdrop, too!


I also love her Southern charm and style!

Her Dining Room is one of the many gorgeous rooms in her home that you can check out on her blog!

Visit Daisy Mae Belle and

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  1. Your heart wreath is very beautiful. I like it so much. This is really awesome and wonderful gift on Valentine day.
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  2. Such a pretty idea. How long did you wreath live for? Id like to make one, but dont want it looking worse for wear before Valentines Day arrives!
    Jo @ Coventry Lane Design recently posted…DIY Swinging Bird Mobile

  3. Awesome wreath Melissa! So dainty and pretty…I can’t wait for spring!
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  4. Oh I just adore this- would certainly spruce up my entry on these cold winter days.
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  5. VERY cute! I think I need to find myself one of these heart shaped forms!
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  6. As St. Valentine’s Day is coming closer, this idea is really in demand. I like everything that is made from fresh flowers and grass. I guess that it symbolizes life and positive events.
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  7. JaneEllen says:

    I thought it was really pretty with the green foliage on it but then little pink flowers so delicate really put final perfect touch on the wreath. We’ll all be rushing out to buy a heart form to make our own. Love this wreath, a success as always. Happy days

  8. Your wreath is so pretty! I love it!! xo, S.
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  9. Adore the heart wreath! The small touch of pink flowers is wonderful~
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  10. This is so pretty!! I have only made circle wreaths and mostly burlap ones, I am going to have to try making a heart shaped one (:
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  11. Thanks for sharing this! I think I’m gonna give this a try!

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  12. I love it! Both of you are extremely creative and talented.

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  13. So cute this heart! Thanx for sharing!


  14. Thanks so much for allowing me to share today! Life to the full! Melissa
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