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Love is in the air and Valentine’s Day Decor is on your mind!

Take a look at these fabulous ways to decorate for Valentine’s Day featuring rustic and farmhouse-inspired decor accents.

Keep scrolling below for Valentine’s ideas to DIY or to inspire your shopping list.

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Farmhouse Inspired Valentine’s Decor

1. Rustic Valentine’s Tiered Tray- Tiered trays are some of the most versatile home items ever. You can use them to store and organize items or as a decor accent. Style them easily with items such as miniature signs and even sweet treats to make a Valentine’s vignette that’s eye-catching and fun.

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Or you can make your own tray using upcycled goods from your local thrift store!

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Related: 7 BEST Rustic Tiered Trays for Farmhouse Style Decorating


2. Rustic Valentine’s Day Ladder- Rustic ladders are not only a farmhouse decor staple they’re also perfect for storing items as well as creating beautiful displays.


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Related: 20+ Beautiful Ways to Style Farmhouse Shelves


3. Valentine’s Day Wreaths- Wreaths add huge personality to otherwise plain front doors. You can either purchase a wreath or make one yourself to add a touch of Valentine’s Day flair to your home.

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Related: The Top 5 Wreaths for Farmhouse Decorating

4. Upcycled Valentine’s Day Books- You can turn old books into adorable Valentine’s day decor pieces to accent everything from your bookshelves to the fireplace mantel. | via Craftberry Bush

5. Valentine’s Day Mantel- Linda at Craftaholics Anonymous, suggests shopping around after holiday sales for red items to repurpose into Valentine’s Day decor such as this beautiful red flower tree.

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6. Rustic Valentine’s Day Wall Decor- You can repurpose items such as heart-shaped trays into rustic Valentine’s Day wall decor. Just add a holiday relevant ornament to finish the look. | via 52 Flea

Related: 18 Cheap and Easy DIY Rustic Farmhouse Home Decor Ideas

7. Valentine’s Day Wood Letter Decor- For a last-minute Valentine’s decor piece, take a couple of X and O letters from your local craft store and update them with a touch of paint for a cute display. | via The Southern Couture

Related: 31 Amazing DIY Glam Home Decor Ideas To Try Now!

8. DIY Valentine’s Day Directional Sign- You can find scraps of wood and turn them into a cute little Valentine’s Day directional sign for the front yard. | via Stow and Tell You

Related: [Pics] 9 Swoon-Worthy DIY Rustic Farmhouse Decor Ideas

9. DIY Valentine’s Candy Vase- You can give this vase away as a gift or use it as a beautiful (and edible) Valentine’s Day accent for your home. | via Evolutions of Style


10. DIY Metal and Wood Valentine’s Day Sign- You can create personalized signs for Valentine’s day using simple metal letters and a canvas. | via Tatertots and Jello

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Valentine's Day Rustic Wood Sign

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11. DIY Valentine’s Day Burlap Decor- Here’s another fun Valentine’s Day project! You can take foam letters and burlap to create rustic decor accent pieces for your mantel or shelves. | via Simply Designing

DIY Valentine's Day Decor

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12. DIY Handmade Valentines Day Pillows- Nothing says, “I Love You” more than something handmade. You can make a set of Valentine’s Day pillows with burlap and pom-poms. | via Tatertots and Jello


13. DIY Valentine’s Day “Cupid Arrows” – You can make a set of “cupid arrows” that will inspire love all over your home. | via I Heart Naptime


14. Valentine’s Day Mason Jars – You can save a ton of money by customizing a set of inexpensive mason jars into beautiful Valentine’s Day inspired decor. | via Mason Jar Craft Love

Related: 17 Seriously Smart Ways to Organize Your Home With Mason Jars