Check out these amazing DIY Valentine’s Day farmhouse decor ideas that you can make in a day to add some fun and rustic decorations to your home for Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner… literally next week! Do you decorate for love day? Sometimes a few, simple DIY’s can spruce up your farmhouse for Cupid’s Holiday. Read along for 11 CUTE as can be DIY Valentine’s Day farmhouse decor ideas.
How adorable is this DIY burplap heart pillow by A Wonderful Thought? I love the soft colors and the farmhouse feel of the burlap. Make it once and you can pull it out every year for Valentine’s Day.
These latex painted Valentine’s Day mason jars by Sprinkled and Painted are the best shades of pink and the perfect amount of rustic.
A DIY faux Valentine’s Day wreath for your door is wonderful to welcome your guests throughout the month of February.
Make this adorable Valentine’s Day heart banner out of book pages and pretty, pink and red printed hearts.
Or you can go more neutral with this simple yarn heart and pom pom garland to adorn your fireplace or anywhere else in your house.
Grab an old, unused book and use the pages to create this cuuuuute heart sign made with rolled book pages.
Or you can go for this colorful, rustic heart sign made with a wooden frame and all of your favorite shades of lipstick.
Make this rustic and farmhouse inspired Valentine’s Day sign to resemble your favorite farmhouse element: shiplap!
Another fun Valentine’s Day mason jar craft you can DIY are these painted, heart shaped, thumb stamp jars.
Pull some branches from your yard, place them in your favorite, farmhouse pitcher, and add heart shapes or anything else Valentine’s related for a super cute and easy Valentine’s Day decor idea.
Be sure to make these wooden coasters, painted with red and pink hearts and you and your love birds initials for Valentine’s Day.
All of these Valentine’s Day DIY decor ideas are the perfect amount of cute but rustic. They’ll help you dress up your farmhouse for the love holiday and when you make them once you can pull them out every year in February.
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