Valentine’s Love Sign

Today’s Wednesday DIY is a Valentine’s love sign created from a thrift store picture frame and Dollar Tree supplies. Read on to see how I made it!

Valentine's Love Sign DIY

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Today I’m going to show you how I made this beautiful Valentine’s love sign using a thrifted picture frame and supplies from Dollar Tree.

Thrift store shopping and church sales are so fun for me because I love seeing what other people get rid of. I like to challenge myself to see how I can makeover some of these thrifted finds. One man’s trash is another man’s treasure, after all!

I found this really tall picture frame at a church sale a while back for $1. Of course, I had to bring it home! It was only a dollar after all.

The picture frame was just a plain wood frame, so I gave it a coat of white paint. (Sorry I didn’t take a picture of that part.) Then I decided to decorate it for Valentine’s day.

Let me show you how I made this really cute Valentine’s love sign with the thrifted picture frame and some Dollar Tree supplies.

Check out these other great Valentine’s Day DIY’s:
No-Sew Fabric Hearts
Valentine’s Flower Box & Candles
Valentine’s Heart Wreath

Valentine’s Love Sign

What you need:

Valentine's love sign materials

What you do:

Step 1

After painting your frame if you choose, lay the jute across the picture frame and hot glue ends to the back. I put my string close to the top so the letters can hang down from it and not touch the bottom.

Glue on the jute

Step 2

Pop the flowers off their stems and cut the little stems off that are sticking out.

Cut off the stems

Step 3

Using the hot glue, glue the leaves back onto two of the roses.

glue the leaves on 2 roses

Step 4

Glue the roses onto the edges of the picture frame. I put one flower in the center of the edge and the other two along the sides.

Glue the roses to the edge of the Valentine's love sign

Step 5

Cut off 4 more leaves from the leaf bunches and hot glue them to the back of the roses that are along the sides. This gives more greenery to your Valentine’s love sign.

cut the leaves
Add greenery to the Valentine's love sign

Step 6

Hang the letters onto the jute twine using the tiny clothespins.

Hang letters on with clothespins

That’s it! You’re all done!

Valentine's Love Sign

I love how this Valentine’s love sign turned out!

Valentine's love sign

I think it looks so pretty above my couch in the living room.

Valentine's Love Sign

I hope you loved this thrifted DIY! I’d love to know what you think!

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73 thoughts on “Valentine’s Love Sign”

  1. So pretty, Michelle! I love how you placed the flowers on the frame and the use of that twine and clothes pins! Super creative as usual!!!

  2. A very pretty thrift store makeover ~ Pinned! I love a good thrift store. I need to get a move on and start working on my thrifting makeovers as my shelves are overflowing from thrifting finds. I’m visiting from Welcome Wednesday. I shared my abstract art that you’ve already seen on twitter. Enjoy the rest of your week. πŸ™‚

  3. I am officially in love with love decor thanks to you, Michelle! 😁 You are an absolute pro. The way this frame turned out is simply beautiful. It looks amazing both behind your couch and with the light shining through the window. I am sitting here shaking my head in disbelief with how you do what you do! β™₯

    Pinned this and shared this on Twitter. Just awesome!

    1. Thank you so much! You always know how to make me smile. You’re so sweet! I wanted to leave the sign in the window, but Miss Amber gets jumps up there to see the birds in the tree. πŸ˜€ Thank you so much for sharing!

    1. Thank you so much!! I hope your weather is better than ours today. We have pouring rain, flooding and thunderstorms! You’d never believe it was February here. πŸ™‚

  4. That is really sweet and easily changeable for other times fo the year too. Thanks so much for joining us at Handmade MOnday to share this with us. πŸ™‚

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