Valentine’s Day Wreath


Yesterday I filled you all in on my newest crafting obsession, fabric flowers. If you need tutorial on those click here. Today I am going to show you where all those fabric flowers are now taking up residence. For starters, I would like to point out that my decorating budget is, well…pretty much nothing. So to get my house Valentine’s ready I had to be creative, using what I already have on hand. Being a crafty lady and all means that there is quite a bit lying around. One of the decorations on my to do list was a wreath. Because I am using what I have, I took apart an old wreath (I never liked it very much anyways).




I acquired my fabric remnants from my mother-in-law’s sewing pile. She was cleaning out her sewing room and said we could take anything in the buckets. This was years ago. I didn’t know what I was going to do with them, but I don’t turn down free stuff and neither should you!

Click Here For Tutorial

Check out these Valentines:


Love is In the Air, To a Real Gem, You Are Ah-MAZE-ing, You Are the Apple of My Eye, Stop in the Name of Love, You are the X to my O, You are the Cherry on My Sundae, You are My Sunshine

  • Foxhollowcottage

    Love it! So SUPER cute =) I just, and I mean, just! Learned how to make felt flowers. May have to branch out. Enjoy the new wreath. It’s darlin’.

    • Megan Bray

      Making fabric flowers is so fun and addicting. I need to add more to my repertoire!

  • Bethany

    I LOVE this!!!!  The heart fabric combined with the fabric flowers–AWESOME! :)

    • Megan Bray

      Thank you!

  • Angie@ Echoes of Laughter Blog

    So gorgeous! You did a fabulous job! Angie xo

  • Tricia Flake

    I LOVE this wreath! It is not over the top Valentine’s which is right down my alley! 

    • Megan Bray


  • Michaela Brown

    I can’t get over how cute this is! I love everything about it! I especially love that you reused an old wreath form. 

    • Megan Bray

      Thanks! That fall wreath was pretty sad. This one turned out much better. You win some, you lose some.

  • AliLilly w/AliLilly

    OH my gosh!! This is so sweet!!! I LOVE IT! :)

    • Megan Bray

      Thank you very much and thank you for taking the time to leave a comment. Much appreciated!

  • Lisa @ Greylustergirl

    Very cute! I wish I had fun holiday fabric remnants!

    • Megan Bray

      I got very lucky. My mother-in-law is a quilter and was a home ec/sewing teacher for years and years. Fabric remnants are pretty common around here.

  • Hollie

    So cute and festive!

  • Rhonda Unruh

    What a gorgeous red and white wreath – love!

  • Rhonda Unruh

    What a gorgeous red and white wreath – love!

    • Megan Bray

      Thank you!

  • Serendipityandspice

    This is so cute! I’m hosting a linky party and would love it if you stop by and link up!

  • liz ford

    Beautiful wreath!

    • Megan Bray

      Thank you! That was a happy accident. I love when a bunch of random supplies and a loose idea come together so nicely.

  • Jess

    I love this wreath. If I want to go out and buy fabric to make one, how much fabric should I get… to make this valentines one for example

    • Megan Bray

      I just used fabric scraps. It really didn’t take much. I wish I could give you a more exact answer. Sorry.

  • Katie Adams

    Beautiful wreath! Thank you for sharing the tutorial!