10 Recycled Valentine Decorations

10 DIY Valentine Decorations

Can you believe that we’re at less than two weeks to Valentine’s Day? If you’re planning a quiet evening in with your sweetie or with friends, make it extra special with recycled Valentine decorations!

10 Recycled Valentine Decorations

1. Recycled Centerpiece – A fallen branch makes a sweet recycled centerpiece for the table.

10 Recycled Valentine Decorations

2. DIY Wreath – Recycled cardboard and scrap paper make a pretty, simple wreath for the door.

10 Recycled Valentine Decorations

3. Picture Frame Wreath – Looking for a different spin on a Valentine’s Day wreath? A painted vintage picture frame is such a sweet option.

10 Recycled Valentine Decorations

4. Sweetheart Garland – Make a sweet heart garland with scraps from your fabric stash.

10 Recycled Valentine Decorations

5. Paper Garland – If you don’t sew, you can still make a pretty heart garland out of scrap paper.

10 Recycled Valentine Decorations

6. Heart Streamers – Garland is lovely for adorning a mantle or doorway, and I love the look of these natural fallen branch and paper heart streamers when you hang it on the wall.

10 Recycled Valentine Decorations

7. Dessert Topper – Valentine decorations don’t have to end with the walls. Adorn a sweet treat with homemade dessert toppers.

10 Recycled Valentine Decorations

8. Door Knob Mailbox – This hanging holder is such a cute way to surprise your sweetie with a handmade card and gift.

10 Recycled Valentine Decorations

9. Chocolate Heart Boxes – Did you get a heart-shaped box of chocolates that maybe you ate while watching Gilmore Girls already? Wait, why are you looking at me? Turn it into sweet upcycled Valentine wall art.

10 Recycled Valentine Decorations

10. Key to My Heart Art – This little framed Valentine decoration doubles as a gift. Especially nice now that we’re getting pretty close to the day, right?

Written by Becky Striepe

My name is Becky Striepe (rhymes with “sleepy”), and I am a crafts and food writer from Atlanta, Georgia with a passion for making our planet a healthier, happier, and more compassionate place to live. My mission is to make vegan food and crafts accessible to everyone!. If you like my work, you can also find me on Twitter, Facebook, and .

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