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Pink Heart Burlap Wreath DIY Decor

Pink Heart Burlap Wreath DIY Decor

This Pink Heart Burlap Wreath DIY Decor is a bit of an older DIY of mine, but it is just too adorable not to share with you!

This is a super simple DIY decor that is perfect for a beginner crafter or someone who doesn’t want to spend an arm and a leg on decor for their door this summer or spring!

Watch the DIY Tutorial

I recorded the how-to steps of making this adorable pink heart burlap wreath DIY decor and shared the DIY process on my Facebook page!

If you want to see the step-by-step process, watch the DIY tutorial!

Pink Heart Burlap Wreath DIY Decor
WATCH THE DIY TUTORIAL

For this project, I will be using these items but you can substitute where you want.

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  • Dollar Tree Wreath Form
  • Dollar Tree Faux Succulents
  • Wooden Heart
  • Pink Gingham Fabric
  • White Lace Fabric
  • Navy Buffalo Check Ribbon
  • Burlap Ribbon
  • Apple Barrel Real Red Acrylic Paint
  • Apple Barrel White Acrylic Paint
  • Hot Glue gun
  • Glue Sticks
Pink Heart Burlap Wreath DIY Decor

How to Make Pink Heart Burlap Wreath DIY Decor

First, you’re going to paint your wooden heart. I mixed some Apple Barrel red paint with a bit of Apple Barrel white paint to create the shade of pink I wanted.

You don’t have to paint your heart pink, of course, so just choose your paint color and paint the entire wooden heart. Do your best to paint the edges as well.

Next, you’re going to create the burlap wreath part of this project. Take the burlap ribbon and fold the end over one part of the wreath form and hot glue it in place.

Pink Heart Burlap Wreath DIY Decor

Then, start wrapping the ribbon around the wreath form until the entire form is covered with the burlap. You’ll cut the ribbon and hot glue the second end once the wreath form is covered.

Pink Heart Burlap Wreath DIY Decor

How to make a DIY messy bow

For this messy bow, I used pink gingham fabric, white lace fabric, grey polka dot ribbon, and navy buffalo check ribbon. Cut a few strips of the ribbon and tear a few strips of each of the fabrics.

Because I chose to paint my heart pink, these patterns matched my burlap wreath decor best, but you can use any other patterns you like!

Pink Heart Burlap Wreath DIY Decor

Lay them in an X pattern, alternating fabric/ribbon as you go. Pinch the middle of the strips and secure them with a piece of fabric, ribbon, or twine.

Pink Heart Burlap Wreath DIY Decor

Then, all you have to do is trim up the ends of the fabric/ribbon strips and fluff them until you’re happy with your messy bow!

Pink Heart Burlap Wreath DIY Decor

Bring it all together

Hot glue the painted wooden heart onto the burlap wreath. Cut the stems off the faux succulents and hot glue them to the top right side of the heart.

Finally, hot glue the DIY messy bow at the very top of the burlap wreath!

Pink Heart Burlap Wreath DIY Decor

I hope you enjoyed this Pink Heart Burlap Wreath DIY Decor as much as I did and decide to make it for yourself! If you do, I would love to see how yours turns out!

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Thanks for stopping by! XOXO Amber

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