I just couldn’t bring myself to hide the awesomeness of my hot pink Christmas tree in the attic after Christmas. So, I transformed it into a Valentine’s Day tree.
Nothing says love like a 7 feet tall hot pink tree. Pack away your Christmas decorations, BUT don’t keep your red and pink ornaments too far out of reach.
Valentine’s Day Tree Ornament Ideas
Decorating a Valentine’s Day tree is as easy as blowing a kiss. It’s all about the color theme and the occasional heart. Here are a few ideas for Valentine Tree decorations:
- Dollar store decorations
- Red and pink floral picks
- Craft store valentine decorations
- Red and pink Christmas ornaments
Fluff and Filler
Just like decorating one for Christmas tree, the first thing I did was make sure my branches were fluffed. The next thing I did was wrap red tinsel around the center of my Valentine’s Day tree. Once the stage was set in red and pink, my theme was clear.
I knew a Valentine’s Day tree was coming, as I packed away my Christmas decorations for the year. That being said, I set aside all my red and pink ornaments. After my tinsel was in place, I hung my ornaments on the tree. You can see my red and pink Chromatic Icefall Ornaments making an appearance.
A quick run to the craft store, dollar store, or in my case, the Valentine boxes in your attic, will supply you with the finishing touches for your Valentine’s Day tree. I swagged felt banners on the tree, converted sentimental shelf sitters into tree toppers, and wrapped the entire tree with heart shaped craft wire.
Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to extend the decorative life of your Christmas tree a little bit longer. I’m already thinking of Easter ideas so I can keep my pink tree up all spring.