#DIY #Valentine’s Day Mesh Wreath

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DIY Valentine’s Day Mesh Wreath decoration for your home.


Spencer and I were out shopping for craft supplies, and I stumbled upon mesh ribbon. I am sure you have probably seen the gorgeous wreaths made out of it by now they are absolutely beautiful! Since I love making different things, I decided I would give it a try.  It is a simple project that requires a little time (less than an hour).

Valentine's Day Mesh Wreath

Here is what I used to make mine:

Valentine's Day Wreath

18′ Wire wreath

2 rolls of heart wire ribbon

Chenille stems ?

1 roll red mesh ribbon (21 in wide)

1 roll white mesh ribbon (5 1/2 in wide)



Step 1: 

Cut chenille stems in half.

Step 2: 
Gather end of red mesh while still on the roll and another section approximately 4″-6″ from end. Pull gathered sections together and tie onto wreath form with chenille stems.

Step 3: 
Gather another section approximately 4″-6″ from the last and tie onto wire wreath form.

Step 4: 
Continue this until the inside ring is covered. Switch colors after several sections are gathered.

Step 5: 
Repeat Steps 3-4 for the outside ring.

Step 6: 
Tie end of mesh with a chenille stem to the outside ring where the bow will be.

Step 7: 
Make a multi-loop bow with both ribbons and secure center with a chenille stem. Tie onto wire wreath with the chenille stem. Tuck or trim excess chenille stems and / or ribbon.

Step 8: 
Run ribbon through wreath, tucking in as desired.

Viola! A gorgeous Valentine’s Day wreath! My wreath is quite big but if you want to create a smaller wreath just get a smaller wire wreath.

Valentine's Day Wreath


  1. This turned out really cute, and reminds me that I still haven’t bought a Valentine’s Day wreath!

  2. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says

    That is the cutest thing. I don’t have any Valentine’s Decorations – at all – and this is so easy that I think I could make it and not mess it up 🙂

  3. You know… right after Christmas I seen that red mesh on Clearance in a store near me. Now I wish I would have bought it. That is such a cute idea.

  4. that is so cute and seems pretty easy to do may need to try this

  5. This is so pretty! I am kicking myself for not buying the red mesh after Christmas on clearance now. I may have to run to Michael’s to see if they have any left. I want to make one!

  6. Looks really nice. You did a great job! 🙂 Pinned! 🙂

  7. I like to make wreaths, I usually just think to do it around Christmas.
    Like the Valentine Day idea too.

  8. Georgia Beckman says

    Is the mesh hard to work with? I’ve avoided it thus far because it seems like it would be very scratchy on the hands.

    • Hi Georgia, the mesh isn’t hard to work with. It is actually really easy to shape and isn’t really bad for your hands. I understand your concern because I have really dry, sensitive hands and I did OK with it.

  9. I absolutely love DIY projects and this is by far really cute. Great share! 🙂

  10. With Valentines Day right around the corner this is absolutely perfect. This would be great for my door!

  11. Simple and creative. I love this idea.

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