These sweet front door decorations will help your family — and anyone who walks into your home — feel the love.
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Think pink and go with a gorgeous grapevine wreath in cream and rose. This one will look just as pretty at Easter too.
Pink candy-striped straws get even cuter when arranged in a swirly wreath. Pick up , a little foam board, an X-ACTO knife, and a to make this festive wreath.
Hang this sweet proclamation from your doorknob for a little dash of cheer.
Everyone's favorite pom-pom flower looks just as gorgeous in bright-pink hues. So sweet!
Pepper a willow branch with little bitty hearts for a celebratory spin on a minimalist look.
Get ready for spring with this heart-shaped arrangement of bright buds. The best part: They'll never wilt.
Haeley from used grapevine heart wreaths, artificial flowers, and wire to craft these pastel wall hangings. Turn them into wreaths by stringing through blush or cream ribbon — bonus points if you can fit all three on your door.
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Sometimes you just have to spell it out — these grapevine and (faux) berry letters bring love right to the forefront of your home.
Cupid's been working his magic again — we're totally in love with this heart-wrap DIY.
This vibrant, multi-tonal pom-pom heart wreath is beyond sweet. Even sweeter? This beauty is made from a wire hanger, something you surely have at home.
Dramatic crimson juxtaposed against simple black and white stripes makes for quite the romantic display. A simple XOXO banner is the finishing touch.
A second layer of rosette letters on top of a cherry-red base give this craft extra pretty polish.
Ignore the fact that your V-Day might be snowy with an elegant, garden-style wreath. There's no shame in ushering in spring a few weeks early.
This bright yarn-wrapped wreath gets a modern punch with origami-style paper flowers.
These blush-toned roses get their wispy, ethereal look from a surprising material — they're made of out coffee filters!
This clever blogger sliced up fallen branches to create this piece of door decor, but you can mimic the look with wine corks.
Crepe paper's bold hues and pliable texture give this wreath its lifelike look.
This country-chic wreath gets an updated twist with gilded roses and an adorable chalkboard doodle detail.
Finish this string-wrapped piece with with just one more contrasting strand to give it a sweater-weather design.
Shh ... this berry-studded wreath is actually a Christmas wreath in disguise. Just gently bend it to give it a second life in the new year.
A bunting of hearts strung between this twiggy wreath is an easy-to-add handmade touch.
Yarn, pipe cleaners (to twist the rosettes), and sparkly hearts are all you need to recreate this project.
Use textured yarn to create a winter-white look that mimics fallen snow and warm mittens.
This sweet wreath contrasts pearl stick pins and lace with rustic jute twine.
Your neighbors will never guess you made this one out of a pool noodle.
One blogger had "wreath mental block" before she found this straw wreath on sale and got crafty with ribbon, washi tape, and poofy hearts.
If you're a pink-loving gal (or have lots of extra ribbon lying around), this is the wreath for you.
This arts-and-crafts ribbon wreath gets glitzy with a final rhinestone accent.
A clever use of Valentine's candy make this craft a conversation starter.