Dollar Tree – Wooden Valentine’s Love Letter Plaque

Dollar Tree – Wooden Valentine’s Love Letter Plaque

This Dollar tree tutorial is for a chopping board hack. Turn it into a Valentine's wall plaque

What you need

Wooden chopping board
White paint
Sand paper
Wood heart or cardstock
sharpie pens



Welcome to our tutorial on how to turn a dollar store wooden chopping board into a beautiful Valentine’s Day wall plaque. This DIY craft project is perfect for anyone looking for a budget-friendly and unique way to decorate for the holiday of love. With just a few supplies from the dollar store, you can create a stunning piece of decor that will add a touch of romance to any room in your home.

This project is perfect for those who love to upcycle and repurpose items. By using a wooden chopping board, you’re not only being economical but also creative. You can personalize it with your own message or a love quote, making it a special and unique piece of decor. The wooden texture of the chopping board gives a rustic and charming touch to the plaque.

Not only is this project budget-friendly, but it is also easy to make. Even if you’re new to crafting, you’ll be able to complete this project in no time. This project is perfect for anyone who wants to add a personal touch to their home decor, or for those who want to create something special for their loved ones.

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to transform a simple dollar store wooden chopping board into a beautiful Valentine’s Day wall plaque. So, grab your supplies and let’s get started on creating this charming and budget-friendly Valentine’s Day decor!




If you are a romantic at heart then you are going to live this DIY Chopping board hack.

To start with you need to coat your board in white rustic paint. You can apply a shabby finish with two techniques. You can paint it on using a dry brush technique or by sanding white paint back off the board.

There are lots of tutorials for dry brushing but basically it is minimal paint on your brush, take the excess paint off by brushing it onto a cloth and then applying it to the board.  Small light coats to build up to the desired effect.

Once you are happy with the base coat begin the letter writing. You can freehand the design if you like or use rubber stamps to create the postal stamps.

Finish off your design with a love letter title using a sharpie or paint pen.

Finish off by adding the red heart, you can use wood or a cardstock cutout. Wrap the postal string around the whole project and hang on the wall.

These would be lovely to personalise but adding the recipient’s address and name to the front.

This project was contributed by  Jessica H, thanks for sharing your wonderful project Jessica.




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