This Cupid’s Arrow Valentine’s Day Wreath welcomes all of your guests into your home with love!
I am working on a flurry of projects at the moment so stay tuned! In the meantime, I’ve been a bit Valentine obsessed. I saw a wreath very similar to this on Pinterest and had to have it! This wreath is my latest addition.
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Make your own Cupid’s Arrow Valentine’s Day Wreath
- Heart shaped foam wreath form
- Dawl rod
- Red felt
- Hot glue gun
Begin by wrapping your heart wreath form with yarn Place a drop of hot glue on the back of the wreath form. Adhere the end of the yarn to the hot glue and allow to dry. Once dry, begin wrapping your yarn around the form. I find it is easiest to leave the yarn in the skein and loosen a length of yarn to work with at a time. It makes it easier to manage when going through the middle of the wreath.
Once you have completely covered the heart wreath form in yarn, cut the yarn and adhere the end to the back to the wreath with another small drop of hot glue.
To create the arrow, pierce the dawl rod through the wreath. Cut a heart out of red felt and back with cardboard so it can hold up to the outdoor elements. Do the same thing to create the fletching on the end of the arrow.
Finish the wreath by adding some pretty ribbon to hang on your door!
Total time: 2 hours (mostly because wrapping the yarn takes some patience and time)
Is that not the cutest?! It goes great with my farmhouse decor!
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