INSIDE: How to make a DIY 10-minute succulent Valentine’s Day wreath from re-purposed heart chocolate treat box.
Don’t ask me why I’ve held onto a satin Valentine’s Day chocolate box. But, stored away in my holiday decorations box, has been this heart-shaped box for the past couple of years. Finally, I’ve thought of something crafty to do with it this Valentine’s Day season.
Gathering a few supplies, I quickly — like within 10 minutes — put together a unique DIY succulent Valentine’s Day wreath. Grab your hot glue gun, a sampling of faux succulents and a couple lace paper doilies…
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How to Make 10-Minute DIY Succulent Valentine’s Day Wreath
If anything, this ‘sweet’ Valentine’s Day craft is a good reason to pick up a fancy box of chocolates! This project is so easy you can craft + enjoy those chocolate covered ‘mysteries’ at the same time. Here’s how to do it…
For other easy Valentine’s Day wreath ideas, here’s how to use dry cleaner hangers to create mesh hearts or how to create a Valentine’s Day card holder from a cardboard six pack.
– Heart-shaped chocolate box
– Lace paper doilies
– Faux succulents (this is a great variety pack of artificial succulents)
– Hot glue gun
– Decorative ribbon (here’s a great assorted Valentine’s ribbon for future projects)
How to Make a Succulent Valentine Wreath from Heart Chocolate Box
With the tip of the scissors, poke two holes into the bottom of the heart box.
Again using the tip of the scissors, poke the ribbon through these holes. You will use this ribbon to hang the wreath.
If needed, remove any labels or decorations from top of heart box.
Determine where you want to position the lid. Secure with hot glue.
Glue a lace doily onto the front of the heart to cover any marks from the original packaging.
Place another doily on the inside of the heart box. I positioned the doily so a section of it would “stick out”.
Place the assorted faux succulents inside the box. Secure with hot glue if needed.
Hang and enjoy for a sweet Valentine’s Day front door wreath.
How do you enjoy celebrating this Day of Love? Tell me in the comments.
Other Valentine’s Day Projects:
- $5 Valentine’s Day teacher gift
- Coat hanger wire mesh heart wreaths
- Easy heart photo collage with kids photos
- “Our Friendship Won’t Be Squashed” kids bug Valentine’s Day cards
- Flower stem heart wreath
- Valentine card box from a cardboard six-pack carrier