Pottery Barn Inspired Valentine’s Day Wreath

Hi Infarrantly Creative readers, I am Ashley from Simply Designing and I am absolutely thrilled to be guest posting today on Beckie’s blog! One of my children’s favorite holidays is Valentine’s Day.  We love to create fun Valentines to hand out, and don’t even get me started on the delicious treats that come out this time of year!  One thing I am not a huge fan of is cheesy Valentine’s Day decor.  So this year I wanted to create a few Valentine’s Day decorations that are fun and stylish!  I was inspired to create this project from a Pottery Barn Knock-Off decoration I created HERE.

Here is my XOX Valentine’s Decor

 
pottery barn valentine's day xoxo wreath 



Isn’t that too cute!?  I just love it! To re-create this project, you will need:

  • (2) cardboard “X”‘s, approximately 12″ high
  • (1) 12″ round grapevine wreath
  • Jute
  • Burlap
  • Red felt
  • Hot glue gun
  • Fabric scissors
pottery barn inspired wreath

 

The first thing I did was use my hot glue gun to attach a small piece of burlap to all ends of the X’s.  This will create the starting point for your burlap covered X, and it will also create a nicely finished bottom for your jute X. Second, I cut strips of burlap and wrapped it around one of the X’s, using hot glue to tack it down as needed. Then I did the same thing and wrapped jute second X. I don’t recommend putting jute on the bottom of your X as it will be a bit unstable, but I would definitely be sure to put jute on the top of the X.

pottery barn knock off wreath

 

Next you will make a few fun flowers out of your felt and burlap.  I made 3 red felt flowers and 2 burlap flowers. To create these flowers you will cut a large circle out of felt.  (You can make the edges wavy or not.)  Then you will cut your felt circle into a spiral.  Start with the outside end and roll the felt spiral into a flower.  Use hot glue on the bottom to tack it all together.

valentines day burlap and jute wreath

 

I wrapped a bit of jute around the bottom of my wreath and then hot glued my flowers onto the side of my wreath.

 
xoxo wreath

 

I love the great texture that the jute and burlap give to ordinary cardboard letters!  And the overall XOX decor is a sophisticated shabby look that I just love right now!

hugs and kisses valentine's day decor

 

These sit perfectly on these new shelves that I just built too!  (You can see how to build these shelves HERE.)  But they would also work on a mantle, on a bookcase or even on a counter!

 

valentines day decor

 

I love that this Valentine’s Day decoration fits the style of my home!  Plus they were super simple to make! Do you decorate for Valentine’s Day? Thanks for much for letting me stop by! 

You can find me on my Blog, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and Instagram.





  • Samantha Ryan

    This looks like something I can ACTUALLY do! Thank you so much! I think many advanced crafters forget what is actually easy for beginners, like myself. This looks awesome! Pinning.

  • Katie Cleveland

    I love this decor! It is so elegant, yet still an element of fun. I built that same shelf, but now I wish I had done a few shorter ones and staggered them like yours. I suppose it’s not too late for that;) Katie @ Addicted 2 DIY