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25 DIY Heart Sachets to Make for Valentine’s Day

25 DIY heart sachets to make for Valentine’s Day as gifts or to decorate your home includes sewing, crochet, knit, and no-sew heart sachets.

Hello, Kenarry readers! I’m Pam from The Birch Cottage, and I’m back again this month sharing with you this collection of 25 DIY Heart Sachets to make for Valentine’s Day. This collection of adorable heart-themed sachets is sure to inspire you!

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In fact, If you’ve been around Ideas for the Home by Kenarry for very long, you probably know that one of the most popular blog posts for the past two years is this tutorial for Handmade Lavender Sachets created by Amanda from Life at Cloverhill.

So, taking inspiration from Amanda, I’ve put together this collection of heart-themed sachets that I think are just perfect for Valentine’s Day gift-giving or for adding little touches of heartfelt whimsy to your home.

Plus, when you add a little lavender or essential oil to the sachets, your home will be smelling like springtime in no time. (And, aren’t we all dreaming a little bit more about warmer weather right about now?)

How to Make Heart sachets

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Although I’m not sharing a specific tutorial or pattern with you today, I am sharing 25 DIY ideas that will hopefully inspire you to make your very own heart sachets for Valentine’s Day.

Having said that, there are a few things you may want to have on hand before you begin this project. In fact, if you’re a crafter, you probably already have on hand exactly what you need to get started.

What you need: 

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25 Heart Sachets

No matter if you sew, crochet, knit, cross-stitch, embroider or prefer no-sew crafting options, I’ve got you covered. So, come be inspired with me!

1. Scented Heart Sachets

Scented Heart Sachets by Lia Griffith

Lia creates and shares beautiful ideas and these linen scented heart sachets are no exception. Plus, it just doesn’t get much simpler than this! For these linen hearts, you’ll want to have linen fabric, pinking shears, and iron-on vinyl designs. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

2. Quilted Heart

Quilted Heart Sachet Free Tutorial from The Crafty Quilter

I love just about anything that is quilted and The Crafty Quilter does a fantastic job of explaining this project. Julie makes it look so easy. To complete this quilted heart project, you’ll want to have some coordinating 5″ squares of fabric, batting, polyester filling, and some ribbon. Of course, you can substitute lavender buds for the polyester filling. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

3. Sweet Fabric and Felt Lavender Sachets

Fabric and felt lavender sachets in bright patterned fabric from Flamingo Toes

Everything Bev from Flamingo Toes creates is bright and cheery. These sachets are made with a combination of fabric and felt. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

4. DIY Fabric Hearts for Valentine’s Day

Heart-shaped sachets made from felt scraps for Valentine's Day from Flamingo Toes

Did I mention that everything Bev from Flamingo Toes creates is bright and cheery? If you need proof, look no further. This project uses fabric scraps, felt and some adorable hand stitching and embroidery detail. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

5. Valentine’S Day Lavender Sachets

Fabric heart sachets that say

Beauty for Ashes shares these hand-stamped lavender sachets. You’ll need scraps of fabric, stamps, and ink to complete this project, along with your sewing machine and some lavender buds and essential oil, of course. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

6. Sew a Simple Valentine Sachet with Potpourri

A red potpourri-filled sachet hanging on a doorknob from Matt and Shari

Shari from Matt and Shari adds some nice sentimental touches and fills her heart with potpourri. . CLICK HERE to go to this project.

7. Floral Heart

Detailed hand embroidery flower patterned heart sachets from Needle 'n Thread.

I really adore hand stitching and Needle ‘n Thread takes the hand embroidery embellishments to the next level with her floral heart. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

8. Heart Shaped Sachet Sewing Pattern

Heart-shaped sachet garland made using fabric scraps from Craft Passion.

Gather up your scrap fabric, felt, lace, rick rack, and other notions, and make these adorable floral hearts by Craft Passion. Describe this sachet. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

9. Scented Heart Sachets

A navy blue heart sachet with white polka dots from You Are My Fave.

Quite simply an easy but effective design for a scented heart sachet by You are My Fave. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

10. DIY Lavender Hanging Hearts

DIY heart sachets in alternating dark velvet and gray pinstripe material from Made to sew.

A classic combination of velvet and pin stripes – perfect for these DIY lavender hanging hearts by Made to Sew. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

11. DIY Heart Sachet

Stack of fabric lavender sachets from Sew Very Crafty.

Now, if you’re looking for a super easy pattern – look no further than this tutorial from Sew Very Crafty. Gather up your scrap fabric and pinking shears and you’ll have a collection of lavender sachets in no time. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

12. Handmade Lavender Sachets

4 small heart sachets that all say something different about Valentine's Day from The Crate Paper Blog.

Aren’t these adorable? Especially the little tiny baby rick rack! And did you know you can sew paper? Find out how on The Crate Paper blog. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

13. I Heart Diamonds and Roses Sachet Pattern

A red heart sachet with 4 white diamond shapes on it from Supermom No Cape.

You have got to meet the blogger behind Supermom No Cape. When I emailed her asking for permission to share her sachet pattern, she literally made me laugh out loud! CLICK HERE to go to this project.

14. Felt Heart Sachets

A white felt heart sachet trimmed in red with a flower design in the center from Fish Museum and Circus.

Gather up your scrap felt, embellishments and get ready to create your own felt heart sachets from Fish Museum and Circus. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

15. X-Stitched Hand Warmer

2 rectangle hand warmers with cross-stitched hearts from Wild Olive.

Follow along with this simply beautiful tutorial from Wild Olive and cross stitch these hand warmers/sachets. Although Mollie uses rice and her tutorial is really for hand warmers, these can easily be made into lavender sachets. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

16. DIY Grain Sack Lavender Heart Sachets

5 heart sachets made out of white grain sacks from On Sutton Place.

If you aren’t following Ann from On Sutton Place – you just absolutely must! She shares simple, classic home décor inspiration, easy and delicious recipes, and projects like these DIY Grain Sack Lavender Heart Sachets. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

17. Crochet Heart Sachet

A red crocheted sachet shaped like a heart with an orange flower from Sum of their Stories.

For all you crochet lovers, here’s a pattern for a Crochet Heart Sachet from Sum of their Stories. This pattern is easy to follow and you can easily fill the heart with lavender buds instead. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

18. Bernat Heart Sachet

A white crochet heart sachet made out of yarn from Yarnspirations.

Besides being a great source for yarn, you’ll also find free patterns like this Bernat Heart Sachet. Again, you can fill it with lavender buds instead. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

19. No Sew Heart Sachet

3 new-sew heart sachets in pink gingham fabric from Moving with the Military.

This No Sew Heart Sachet stood out to me because I just love gingham. Such a soft, feminine look that’s perfect for Valentine’s Day gift-giving. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

20. DIY No Sew Lavender Sachets

Small sachets that have pictures of lavender plants on them from The Graphics Fairy.

The Graphics Fairy graciously agreed to let me share this tutorial with you and I’m so glad she did! Besides finding an easy tutorial on her blog, you’ll find tons of free printables like these vintage lavender printables. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

21. Easy No-Sew Fabric Hearts

2 fabric heart sachets, one white with

Again, these hearts by Blessings by Me had me with the gingham print and the little touches of stamped sentiments. In fact, I just recently made some quilted hearts and I stamped each of my granddaughter’s names on little strips of cotton fabric just like this. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

22. Easy Lavender Heart Sachets

A heart sachet that says

Linen, raw edges, and hand-stamped embellishments – perfect for Valentine’s Day gift-giving. I really do love linen and all the luxurious texture it adds. This was a great fabric choice by Pleasure in Simple Things. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

23. Felted Heart Pillows with Pockets for Love Notes

2 coffee mugs that say

I’m not sure what I like most about this design from Kelly at The Tattered Pew. But, you gotta love the little pockets where you can insert love notes. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

24. Heart-Shaped Lavender Sachets

A brown heart sachet with a lavender flower embroidered on it from Celebrate Creativity.

Lisa from Celebrate Creativity offers some great tips for using an embroidery machine to create her Heart-Shaped Lavender Sachets. Describe this sachet. CLICK HERE to go to this project.

25. Handmade Lavender Sachets

stack of handmade lavender sachets in brown stripe fabric tied with a white bow from Life at Cloverhill.

Like I said, this tutorial from Amanda at Life at Cloverhill has been a reader favorite ever since she shared the project. You’ll find the tutorial right here on Kenarry!

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What’s Next? 

If you enjoyed these 25 DIY Heart Sachets, then you might also like these ideas from The Birch Cottage blog:

6 Free Printable Love Prints for Valentine’s Day

Printable love quote artwork from The Birch Cottage Blog.

Desserts for Two – Perfect for Valentine’s Day

10 recipes for desserts for two from The Birch Cottage Blog.

Create Printable Valentine’s Day Cards with PNG Files

Valentine's Day cards from The Birch Cottage Blog.

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6 Comments

  1. These are always a welcome gift because they do lose their scent over time. Great “non-food” gift that keeps on giving for a long time. Can also be customized for a man or woman, and made with scraps, which I appreciate!

    1. Julie, thank you for so graciously allowing us to include your project!
      I just love them all!
      Pam Baker
      The Birch Cottage

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