DIY Valentine’s Day Door Decor

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Looking for an easy DIY Valentine’s Day craft? Make this door decor with the kiddos. We love to decorate our home for the holidays and Valentine’s day is all about hearts and love! This year we made a “love lives here” door sign to welcome all our friends!

Make a Valentine’s Day Door Sign
VALENTINES DAY- SUPPLIES

To make this door decor you will need the following supplies:
Wooden hanging sign- Walmart has an amazing assortment of wooden craft accessories including chalkboard paints
burlap sheets- These are perfect for painting, stenciling and printing. Get creative with your signs designs.
acrylic paint- Folk Art paint at Walmart has a variety of metallics, glitter, and regular paints
paintbrush or sponge
adhesive gems
glue
Find all these supplies at Walmart in the craft department!

Paint your burlap 
HAND PAINT DOOR DECOR
Paint a saying, hearts or even stencil your own message on these burlap sheets. It’s easy to right on the burlap with a pencil to sketch out your design. These burlap sheets are also great for printing on since they are laminated in the back.

We decided on a Love lives here message to great our visitors. It makes a great valentine’s day decor!

Make it sparkly!
BURLAP DOOR DECOR- WITH JEWELS
Using extreme glitter paint we added a pretty heart and also lots of gems. The gems already have adhesive so this was the kiddos favorite part of the craft.

BURLAP DOOR DECOR
Glue your burlap onto your wooden sign. Allow it to dry for at least 1hr before hanging. 

LOVE LIVES HERE DOOR DECOR
We love how it turned out and look forward to using these burlap sheets for more crafts!

What are you making with your kids this Valentine’s day?

Don’t forget to add this DIY in your Valentine’s day board!

DIY VALENTINE DOOR DECOR

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