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How To Make A Valentines Day Wreath With Pinecones

Learn how to make a Valentines Day wreath with pinecones. This is perfect way to bring natural elements into your home.

valentine pinecone wreath

How To Make A Valentines Day Wreath With Pinecones

So for the Valentine’s Day is approaching soon. I choose to take some natural elements such as pinecones to create a pretty heart. What better way to show my loved ones at home than with my favorite natural treasure the pinecone.

Material Needed For Valentines Day Wreath

  • Cardboard( You can cut it out or use a wood form found at your local craft store or amazon.
  • Scissors
  • Glue Gun
  • Pinecones (Pick them from your back yard or purchase them at Amazon.
  • Garden Clipper
  • Wire
supplies for valentine pinecone wreath

How To Make The Pinecone Wreath

Step 1: Take a piece of cardboard and draw a shape of a heart any size you want, I did mine 32 inches around. With scissors cut the valentine out.

Step 2: Use gloves when handling the pinecones. They can be prickly. with the garden clipper cut the pinecone in half. This will make the pinecone easier to glue flat on the cardboard surface. Once you have all of them cut in half, glue them flat along the valentine shape.

Filling the valentines day wreath with pinecones

Step 3: Fill the center with pinecones of any different sizes. You can stack them on top of each other to fill the gaps where the cardboard shows.

Step 4: When you are done filling up the valentine wreath.Make two small holes in the back of valentine one on each end and string the wire through the holes to create a piece of wire for hanging. Make sure that you tie the length of wire short and taut.

Hanging the Valentines day Wreath
Valentines Day Wreath

Now your pinecone Valentine wreath is ready to be hung. Add it on your door or a wall.

If you don’t have pinecones in your area, you can shop here at Amazon

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Don’t forget to stop by and visit the blog hop for more Valentine’s Crafts.

I have gathered some favorite bloggers (yours and mine!) to bring you lots of Valentine’s Day Inspiration. With all these amazing ideas you are bound to walk away with tons of ideas!  

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Don’t miss the rest of the inspiration at the bottom of this post!

    Next on the tour is my friend Kippi from Kippi at Home  I love the way she bakes the most delicious cupcakes to drool over. Be sure to check it out along with all the other amazing bloggers below!         Valentine's recipe ideas

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Valentine's craft ideas

Olivia O’Hern  // Decorate and More with Tip  // The House on Silverado  // My Family Thyme

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Valentine's decorating ideas

Chas’ Crazy Creations  // From Farmhouse to Florida  // Simple Nature Decor



  1. Love this, and so appropriate for some of us Northerners that are still knee deep in Winter. Very original.

  2. ColleenB.~ Tx. says:

    Love your pine cone heart. Such a lovely way to display pine cones and who says that pine cones are just for the winter months. I have them out all year long, of which I have scented some with Essential oils (cinnamon, cloves, peppermint—whatever you like!) which is much safer than lighted candles.
    I have a Styrofoam heart shape so I just may wrap it with burlap and glue on a few pine cones.

    Thanks 4 sharing your pine cone heart with us

    1. Thats such a nice comment! I have been obsessed with pinecones lately and I think its because they are so darn cute.

  3. This is gorgeous! I love when you can take nature and create something lovely!

    1. Wendy, it’s really what I love to do, I am trying to focus more on that. Thanks

  4. That’s beautiful Maria and pine cones are definitely good for any season. It’s as hot a Hades right now in South Africa and just this weekend we picked up a whole bunch of pine cones just coz 😀 I love their piney scent and they make great fire starters. Us South Africans love our braais and there is nothing nicer than throwing a few on the fire after the meats done.

    1. Hey sweet friend, glad you found a bunch, they are so great to work with, just don’t cut your self with the sharp ones like i did.

  5. This is so cute, and I have a ton of pinecones. Love things made with items that are easily found. Thanks for sharing

  6. I love this! Perfect for winter. Perfect for Valentine’s Day. Perfect for the rest of winter. Thanks for the inspiration, friend!

  7. I would never have thought of using pine cones for Valentine’s Day, but this wreath is lovely. What a clever idea.

    Niky @ The House on Silverado
    PS. I’d LOVE for you to share this at my Sundays on Silverado link party, which opens tomorrow!

  8. Using pine cones is so cool. I love this wreath. I used pine cones for accents in a wreath but never thought to make a full wreath with them. I will now. Pinning to make! Thanks for sharing.

    1. Terrie, Thanks for your lovely comment. Pinecones I think can be used all year not just for the holidays. Hugs Maria

  9. I love using pinecones too! This wreath turned out so great. Thanks for sharing.

  10. We have a ton of pinecones and cardboard shipping boxes so I am so excited to try out making this heart!!!
    Happy Valentine’s Day,

    1. Its a nice way to get out in the fresh air, thanks friend for stopping by and thanks for organizing this as always.

  11. Your wreath is lovely, Maria! I love decorating with pinecones. That is a great tip to cut them in half so they lie flat against the cardboard. I’ll definitely be making one of these sometime, especially since it costs next to nothing to make! Thanks for sharing. It was fun hopping with you 🙂

  12. I’ve made a pinecone Christmas tree but never a wreath for Valentine’s Day! Way to go 🙂

    1. Thanks, remember wear gloves sometimes pinecones can scratch a hand with its sharp edges.

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