Hi friend!

It’s 2023, my Christmas decor is slowly coming down, and my house looks BIGGER (yay) and more BLAH (ugh)! So for my first DIY video of the new year, we’re making some Valentine’s Day DIY decor and I’m also sharing tips for how you can style them in your home to bring some brightness and fun after the holidays.

How to decorate for Valentine’s Day

There are many ways to decorate for Valentine’s Day, depending on your personal style and the look you want to create. Here are some general tips to help you get started:

  1. Choose a color scheme: Red and pink are traditional colors for Valentine’s Day, but you can also use shades of white, purple, or even black for a more modern or sophisticated look.
  2. Use hearts: Heart-shaped decorations are a staple of Valentine’s Day, so consider incorporating them into your decor. You can use heart-shaped balloons, streamers, cutouts, or other accents.
  3. Add flowers: Flowers are a classic Valentine’s Day gift, so consider adding them to your decorations. Red or pink roses are a popular choice, but you can also use other flowers like peonies, lilies, or tulips.
  4. Use personal touches: Personalize your decorations by using photos of you and your significant other, or adding meaningful quotes or messages.

DIY Valentine’s Day Decor Ideas

On top of my video, here are a few DIY ideas for Valentine’s Day decorations:

  1. Heart-shaped bunting: Cut out heart shapes from red or pink construction paper or fabric and string them together with ribbon or twine to create a festive bunting.
  2. Valentine’s day wreath: Create a wreath using a foam wreath form and a variety of Valentine’s Day-themed decorations, such as artificial flowers, heart-shaped ornaments, and ribbons.
  3. Love letter garland: Cut out letters from red or pink construction paper to spell out words like “love,” “valentine,” or “be mine.” String the letters together with ribbon or twine to create a garland.
  4. Valentine’s Day centerpieces: Fill a vase with red or pink flowers, like roses or peonies, and add heart-shaped ornaments or confetti for a festive touch.
  5. Heart-shaped pillows: Sew or glue felt hearts together to create a cozy and cute throw pillow.

I hope these ideas inspire you to get creative with your Valentine’s Day decorations! Now let’s hop into the video:


Valentine’s Day Decorations that aren’t DIY

  1. Create a romantic atmosphere with candles, fairy lights, and rose petals scattered around the room.
  2. Hang heart-shaped balloons or streamers around the house.
  3. Display photos of you and your significant other in a heart-shaped photo frame or on a heart-shaped photo collage.
  4. Make a banner or garland out of construction paper or fabric with messages of love or cute phrases like “Be Mine” or “Love is in the air.”
  5. Set the table with a red or pink tablecloth, heart-shaped placemats, and valentine-themed napkins and dishes.
  6. Fill a vase with red or pink flowers, like roses or peonies, and place them on the table or around the house.
  7. Use heart-shaped cookie cutters to create a variety of baked goods, like cookies, brownies, or cakes, and display them on a platter or in a basket.

I hope these ideas inspire you to create a festive and romantic atmosphere for Valentine’s Day!



  1. Amanda Dew says:

    Love your videos! Also love the variety of projects for share.

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