Valentine’s garlands are a fun way to add a little sparkle to your Valentine’s day.
Make them as a cool project with friends or family.
Decorate your home, office, or class room for Valentine’s day and spread love.
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And now presenting the amazing Valentine’s Garlands. Some of them are easy DIY projects, some you can buy.
1. Valentine’s Rag Garland
Adorn your home with a fun Valentine’s rag garland from Old Country Porch. The pretty Valentine’s themed colors and patterns make this decoration perfect for this day filled with love.
You can get the garland with or without lights.
If you are into DIY you’re probably thinking “Hey, I should do that!” Yes, you should!
How To Make A Rag Garland
That’s actually pretty easy.
All you need is
- and fabric strips, Valentine’s fat quarters work well for this project
- Cut your string to the desired length
- Cut your fabric strips or ribbon. Use various textures and sizes for added fun.
- Tie the fabric strips into a knot around the string.
Tulle, lace, and burlap add fun and variety to your DIY Valentine’s garland.
2. No-Sew Felt Heart Garland DIY
If you have checked out my party posts you know that I love easy crafts.
And this is one of those easy DIY Valentine’s crafts anyone can do.
- hot glue gun
- Cut the felt into heart shapes. (You can use the free printable in the freebies as a pattern. Just scroll down to the Valentine’s section.)
- Cut your strips for the loops.
To make a heart with a loop
- Fold a strip and glue it together in the ends.
- Glue the strip to one of the heart pieces.
- Put glue on the heart piece following the edges. Leave an opening for filling.
- Take another heart piece and and press it on the heart with the loop.
- Stuff the heart with filling.
- Glue the opening closed.
3. Rustic Valentine’s Banner
Be My Valentine!
A beautiful “Be My Valentine” banner from If I Were Banners. It will look amazing in any room in your house. Get both the heart banner and the “be my Valentine” banner for your Valentine’s party.
4. Balloon Garland Kit
Balloon garlands are in! They are cute and easy to make. You can get awesome balloon garland kits so you don’t have to worry about what colors to buy.
This balloon garland will be a breeze to make. You’ll get everything you need to create this gorgeous balloon garland for Valentine’s Day.
Hang it on the wall or adorn your dessert table with it.
Get your balloon garland kit from Glamfetti Co.
5. Hearts on String DIY
This must be the easiest Valentine’s garland ever. Kids can do it on their own.
Cut out heart shapes or use foam or felt hearts. Attach them to a string with clothespins. Use plain ones or these awesome patterned clothespins.
Add pictures to the garland for a cute, personalized look.
A fun Valentine’s activity for class room. The kids will be thrilled to take home their very own Valentine’s garland.
6. Striped Heart Valentine’s Garland
I love this multi-functional Wood Valentine’s Garland from Almst prfect Pineapple. Use it as a lovely Valentine’s garland or hang it up in nursery or kids bedroom for a cute decoration.
The beautiful neutral colors go with any season.
7. Felt Ball Garland
This simple yet adorable felt ball garland from Matthew and Mae is perfect for Valentine’s. It does not need to be all about hearts.
The gray balls give it a rustic look that is so popular now.
How To Make A Felt Ball Garland
I know some of you are itching to make your own felt ball garland.
- felt balls (Valentine’s felt balls)
You’ll find simple instructions in this video:
8. Pillow Hearts Garland DIY
Not exactly pillows unless you use them for dolls. I don’t know what to call these. Stuffed hearts? Puffy hearts?
To make this pretty heart garland you’ll need
- sewing machine (or glue gun)
- Cut out heart shapes. You can use the pattern in free Valentine’s printables or make your own.
- Place two heart shapes right sides together and sew. Leave an opening for filling.
- Clip a small slit into the center dip of the heart. Don’t cut all the way to the stitching.
- Turn the heart right side out.
- Stuff with the fiberfill. Hand sew the opening.
- Use a needle to thread the string through the heart.
- Use clothespins to hang the hearts on a long piece of string to form a garland. Add flowers or greenery for extra cuteness.
You’ll have a sweet romantic garland for your bedroom!
9. Roses and Pearls Garland DIY
Pearls and roses. So romantic.
Make a lovely garland with pearls and rose.
Hot glue the roses to the pearls.
Simple and sweet!
10. Vintage Heart Garland
Love songs and Valentine’s Day. A perfect combination!
What a beautiful way to decorate your home for Valentine’s! This vintage heart garland is from The Path Less Traveled.
The heart shapes cut out of pages are perfect for making a Valentine’s garland.
I was going to say that cut them out of your favorite stories but that would not be such a good idea… unless you have two copies of the book.
Maybe it is just best to buy the garland so you don’t need to use scissors on your books.
11. Heart Air Balloons DIY
So, not exactly a traditional garland but depending how you arrange them or hang them up it can be called a garland.
For this DIY Valentine’s decoration you’ll need
- heart cut outs
- cloud shapes
- hot glue
- Attach a string to the boxes as you see in the picture.
- Use the free printable to cut the hearts and clouds.
- Glue the string to a bottom of a heart.
- Fold another heart and glue it on top of the flat heart covering the string.
(If you hang these with a clear cord from a ceiling: fold both hearts and glue them together from the fold. You might want to use a needle to thread a cord through the hearts.)
12. Pipe Cleaner Hearts DIY
Easy Valentine’s Day craft kids can do.
All you need to do for this one is to form heart shapes from pipe cleaners. Attach them with a clear cord to be side by side or top to bottom.
13. Easy Doily Heart Garland DIY
Kids will love this super easy Valentine’s craft.
As you can see all you need is heart doilies, curling ribbon and tape. Yay!
Make your doily arrangement. Flip them face down and tape a long ribbon in the back.
A fun Valentine’s decoration for kids room.
14. Conversation Hearts Garland
Is it a Valentine’s Day without Conversation Hearts?
I don’t think so.
You can eat them, play with them and make decorations with them. How cool is that!
Though this conversation candy garland from Gracie and Marie is not made with candy it still reminds you of them in a delightful way.
It might look like a candy necklace but is not. The “candies” are actually 1″ felt balls. You can get the garland in various lengths from four to twenty feet long.
It’s a perfect day for making memories,
Great Memories the Easy Way
Enjoy the Valentine’s season… Yes, in our house it is not just about one day. It is a season.
These awesome Valentine’s ideas make it so much fun:
14 Valentine’s Ideas For a Fun-Filled February
13 Coolest Valentine’s Day Games
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