If you want to add that special Valentine’s Day feeling to your home, make sure you include these easy and awesome Valentine’s Day wood crafts to your to-do list.
1. Easy DIY Scrap Wood Valentines
These are cute, simple decorations you can put just anywhere in your house. The idea comes from Average But Inspired blog.
2. Letter Blocks
3. Stick Heart
I love this idea! It’s so pretty, and you can use the tutorial to make a decoration for any occasion. Find full instructions and a list of materials on Ehow.
4. Vintage Inspired Valentine Sign
Another excellent decoration idea that uses some old boards, no one loves. Source: Sweet Pickins.
5. Wood Wall Art
6. String Neon Heart Sign
This is a different version of a string sign art, and it looks fantastic! Upcycle some old planks and add the neon string that lights up, and you got yourself a unique piece of art decoration.
Source: Pillar Box Blue
7. Reclaimed Wood Salvaged Junk Heart
Another cute decorating idea. Give the old stuff some love and upcycle into this beautiful sign.
Source: Funky Junk Interiors
8. DIY Valentine’s Day Arrow Art
Quick and straightforward wall art that you can make in no time. No power tools or even a paintbrush required! Source: Cutesy Crafts
9. Love Valentine’s Wood Sign
Another sign that you can use pallet wood for and can place anywhere around the house for that Valentine’s Day vibe. You can find step by step instructions and free plans at Her Tool Belt blog.
10. Valentine’s Day Wreath From Tree Branches
This idea is so cute! Not too complicated and upcycling old branches, it’s what we like:)
Follow to Pretty Handy Girl for full instructions.
11. Key To My Heart Rustic Wood Sign
This idea is so simple and yet pretty. Great for bedroom decoration. Source: Love Grows Wild
12. Valentine Craft Ideas – Using Letters For Fun
Last but not least cute hanging decoration from Jennifer Decorates.
I hope you liked these Valentine’s Day wood crafts ideas. I’m sure there is a lot more to choose online, but I didn’t want to overwhelm you with the choice. If you enjoyed this post, make sure you pin it to your Valentine’s home decor and wood crafts board!