10 Minute DIY Heart Valentine's Day Sign

10 Minute DIY Heart Valentine's Day Sign

10 Minute DIY Heart Valentine's Day Sign_1
10 Minute DIY Heart Valentines Day Sign

"I love decorating for Valentine’s day it’s nice to throw that Winter decor back into storage and bring out all the pink and red EVERYTHING! So today I want to show you how to make a super easy Valentine’s Day heart wood sign for cheap! I love incorporating Farmhouse decor whenever I decorate for a holiday. So this white farmhouse sign looked perfect with all my neutral farmhouse decor that I keep up all year long."

Materials List

  • 12x12 Wood Sign
  • White Paint
  • Red and White Glitter Styrofoam balls
  • Hot Glue


  1. I painted my 12x12 wood sign white.

  2. Once it was painted and dry I drew a heart on the sign. I free handed it without a stencil because I wasn’t too worried about a perfect shape because my foam balls would be covering the edge.

  3. Then I hot glued the balls to fit inside the heart.

  4. Carefully I started gluing them on the edge of the heart. I found it was easier and looked better when I pushed the foam balls together to create a tighter look. I didn’t want huge gaps in between them.

  5. You will want to go through and remove all the hot glue strings that you see.

  6. You guys this Valentine’s Day sign was so easy and fun to make. The best part is that it barely cost anything to make!!!

NotesYou can view the entire post on my blog.

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