Creations, Valentine Tree

Time to start thinking of Valentine’s Day!

paper valentine decorations

And time for my little silver, scrawny, “Charlie Brown” tree to transform once again!

roll tide tree

After a busy football season, it was time for a change


At first I left the black and red balls on the tree, but ultimately decided to start fresh~


I was out of funds decided to use what I could find on hand before doing any shopping


I still had pink ribbon from the Birthday Tree, and was delighted to find this hearts and cupids shiny garland in my Valentine stash


I set the tree in this white wooden crate and tucked heart tissue in to cover the base


I added the shiny heart ornaments I’ve had forever and a ruffled light pink ribbon, and it was looking quite festive already!


This cupid came out to perch near the top, but it still lacked something…


a few clicks on the computer and abracadabra, paper ornaments and conversation hearts!

paper conversation heart 1

I’ve heard that the 2014 conversation hearts have been updated with trendier sayings

paper conversation hearts

The XOXOs are my favorite

paper valentine decorations

For spending $0, I think it turned out pretty great!

Valentine tree 1

This little tree will be busy for the next month

Valentine tree 2

A Valentine party

Valentine tree 3

and a Valentine birthday are coming up!

computer hearts

Thanks so much for stopping by, YOU are the icing on my cupcake!

To view another Valentine tree pop over to Happier than a Pig in Mud and see Lynn’s cute tree

For other tree ideas click on the titles below:

Birthday Tree

Halloween Tree

Football Tree

Note: I used picmonkey to make some of the decorations and tied baker’s twine on them for hanging


I will be joining these fabulous parties and blogs:

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The Dedicated House

The Scoop

Coastal Charm

A Stroll Thru Life

The Gunny Sack

Memories by the Mile

Clean and Scentsible

Savvy Southern Style

The Style Sisters

Work It Wednesday

No Minimalist Here

Posed Perfection

Common Ground

DIY Vintage Chic

It All Started with Paint

Blog Hop Blitz

18 Responses to “Creations, Valentine Tree”
  1. wanda ll says:

    Where did you find the print outs. You wrote picmonkey. What and where is that and how do you get to it? Sorry never heard of it before.

    • picmonkey is a free online photo editor. Go to, it’s very user friendly! I subscribe to Royale and get access to more designs but right now you can try it for free. I also just played around with fonts on my computer for the XOXO and 14. Have fun!

  2. Mary says:

    Adorable Jenna, love the crate for the base of your Valentine’s tree! The printables added to your a so clever and such a fun touch 🙂

  3. Happier Than A Pig In Mud says:

    It turned out cute Jenna! I agree with you, the XO’s really look neat-enjoy:@)

  4. That little Valentine tree is just too cute, Jenna! I love it!

  5. Zenda says:

    This tree is too sweet!! What a clever idea and you used what you had! Great job!!

  6. Joni says:

    Love your tree. It is so festive and fun. The paper ornaments really added to your tree., Joni

  7. Oh my gosh how cute is that! I love that you find so many ways to reuse the tree! The little valentines you printed really brought it to the top!! Love the crate and the tissue paper- great ideas!

  8. cheapchickim says:

    Both trees are so cute! I really like the white crate you used and the print outs–esp. the XOXO.

  9. Sooo cute! This would be a great centerpiece for any table setting…love it, Jenna!

  10. Mary Feguson says:

    I love your Valentine tree, it looks terrific.

  11. Hi Jenna – ADORABLE! I have a small pink tree that I will be using for the party, and haven’t thought about decorating it yet but if after the party you see a picture and it looks like it was inspired by this… you are correct my friend! Thank you for linking up at the Peace, Love, and Chocolate party and for your support. Hugs, Holly

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