Grapevine Wreath with Felt Hearts

Felt Hearts - Wreath on Door | Sarah Celebrates

Grapevine Wreath with Felt Hearts

Create multi-seasonal wreath you can change in a flash!

Hello there =)

It is February 2nd and a miracle has happened in my house.  The Christmas wreath has been taken down!  I forget about it every year because we don’t use our front door.  As I pull out of the driveway I see it and think, I should take that down when I get home… Of course, I always forget.  So summer comes along and I open the door for fresh air and am greeted with evergreen boughs and a cheery penguin.

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So I dusted off my trusty grapevine wreath and vowed to make this years door decor different!

I originally bought this wreath to make different felt flowers that I could arrange how I wanted.  Why not extend that idea across holidays?  One wreath, many options.. perfect!  Valentine’s Day is coming up so hearts it is!

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With some felt and double pronged clips, you can create a wreath for any occasion!

First step (after buying your grapevine wreath) is to cut out some hearts.  You can free hand your hearts if you’d like.  I tried to but they came out different shapes… That’s fine if you can handle that sort of thing.  I can’t. Click an image below for a free heart template.

I used the 1 3/4, 3 1/2 and 4 1/2 inch heart templates for mine.

Grapevine Wreath with Felt Hearts - Heart Template | Sarah Celebrates      Grapevine Wreath with Felt Hearts - Heart Template | Sarah Celebrates

The Heart Making Process

Grapevine Wreath w/ Felt Hearts - making the hearts | Sarah Celebrates #gettingmycrafton

  • Download and print your template.  Or free hand it, whatev’s.
  • Cut out your template and select what hearts you’ll be using.  I used: 1 3/4, 3 1/2 and 4 1/2 inch hearts
  • Cut your hearts out of felt.

Grapevine Wreath w/ Felt Hearts - sewing the hearts | Sarah Celebrates #gettingmycrafton

  • Layout your hearts design.  I went boring, evenly spaced.
  • Choose some thread.  I used embroidery floss.
  • Sew an ‘X’ to secure the 3 hearts together in one place.  And another to hold the other side down. (Yes, part of my small heart is free to flop around.  I’m cool with that)
  • Make hearts until you can’t make hearts any more!

Grapevine Wreath w Felt Hearts - adding the clip | Sarah Celebrates #gettingmycrafton

  • Cut a circle out of your extra felt.
  • Stick the circle in between the prong clip.
  • Apply glue to the back of the clipped circle and adhere to back of heart.
  • Check out the awesome job you did.
  • Lather, rinse and repeat.

Grapevine Wreath w/ Felt Hearts - wreath arrangement | Sarah Celebrates #gettingmycrafton

Once your clips are complete, clip to your grapevine wreath!  I added some sheer, pink ribbon to add some more color.  After Valentine’s Day, remove clips and add the next batch… coming soon!

Supplies I Used for my Grapevine Wreath with Felt Hearts

Show me your Valentine’s Day wreath or favorite decoration for the holiday!

My wreath was Featured On Create & Share DIY and Recipes over at Miss Mandee Designs!  Come see where else Sarah Celebrates has been featured here.

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  1. Cute, cute… and you can take those hearts off and wear them in your hair! :)
    Let’s plan a day… you tell me what works for you. I am open this week.

    1. You and hair clips ;) Yes, yes I could put them in my hair. I’m kinda booked… Fri night maybe… I’ll text you

  2. Very cute. I thought for just a minute you were my neighbor. Their Christmas wreath is still on the front door and I know it’s because they never go out the front door. If it wasn’t for our dog wanting to come in the front door, we wouldn’t remember either. Thank you for sharing with us at Merry Monday. Please be sure to come back Sunday night for the new party.

    1. Thanks for stopping by Shirley! I made it a mission to get it switched this year. With starting up a blog, I figured I had to keep up on my holiday decorations ;)

  3. Sarah, this is so cute! I love the hearts, but what I really love is that you can change up this wreath. Awesome! Thanks so much for linking up at Totally Terrific Tuesday. Please come back again this week…and I’ll see you at your party! :)

  4. Love it! I wanted to let you know that I’m featuring this post tonight at the Create & Share Link Party (7:00 PM MST)! Congratulations!!! Can’t wait to see what you share with us this week :)

    1. YAY! Thanks Mandee! I’ll be by tomorrow. Or maybe tonight, we’ll see how long I stay awake/my computer battery lasts

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