Read on for some great Disney Valentine’s Day crafts and decorations you can make!
I know not everyone does, but I love to decorate for Valentine’s Day. I need to put something up once Christmas comes down because it just feels so bare and gloomy! But I haven’t found a lot of Valentine’s Day decor that I like to purchase. I actually got out my box of decorations this year and it seemed rather sad, so I’ve decided to try and make a few more things myself.
I’ve started with some Disney Valentine’s Day printables to easily add a little Valentine’s Day decor, but I’m excited for more ideas! I always try to add some Disney touches to my decorating no matter what the season. So I’ve searched around and found some really cool and fun Disney Valentine’s Day crafts – if you’re looking to add a little Disney to your house this winter or just a fun project to do, take a look at the inspiration below!
A template is provided to cut out all the pieces, so you’ll just need some different colored felt, glue, and very basic sewing skills. From Disney Family.
For me this craft covers all the bases – it’s easy, cheap, cute, and would be a fun activity for kids, families to do together, or just as an adult. From This Fairy Tale Life.
Beauty and the Beast is certainly one of the best Disney love stories, and there’s little that’s more romantic than roses. These Beauty and the Beast candle holders are beautiful and would be a great way to decorate for Valentine’s Day. From Crafty Morning.
Flowers don’t last forever, but paper bouquets that look like Mickey heads do! From Capturing Magical Memories.
Anticipating a lot of Valentine’s or other fun goodies? Keep them all in this cute box you can make yourself. From Mouse Ears Mom.
What better way to celebrate your love on Valentine’s Day than by making a picture frame from a movie featuring one of the best Disney couples? From Disney in your Day.
One of the things I love about this garland is that it’s not just paper cut-outs but done with yarn! The combination of yarn hearts and Mickey heads is actually pretty easy and looks beautiful. From The Mouse, The Monorail, & More.
This DIY project is used as a centerpiece for parties, but you could easily make one as a Valentine’s Day decoration in your home as well! From The Celebration Stylist.
If you’re not as into pink and red but still want to decorate your Valentine’s Day, Frozen is a fun alternative. This Norwegian heart craft is a fun project for all ages. From Disney Family.
Funny enough, two dogs give us one of the most romantic scenes in a Disney movie! This beautiful Lady and the Tramp paper lantern craft, which includes a downloadable template, represents this scene from the film. From Designs by Miss Mandee.
Which of these Disney Valentine’s Day crafts would you most like to make?