Talk about a whirlwind romance! Last week, we got to see five amazing Valentine’s wreaths, and we fell in love with each and every one of them. We wish to thank our brand ambassador, Jennifer Perkins, and the amazingly talented crafters and artists who made our Valentine’s Day Wreath Blog Hop and Giveaway series such an inspiring and memorable event.

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The Pretty in Pink Wreath 5 Different Ways.

Each participant received a Treetopia Pretty in Pink Wreath to dress up any way they wanted. In keeping with the classic Valentine’s Day spirit, our bloggers stuck to a sweet decorating theme – anything and everything red and pink, done with their unique, individual twists! We were thrilled to see how the decorated wreaths reflected each blogger’s signature style and personality. Here’s a quick look at all their wonderful designs.

Our Bloggers and Their Decorated Wreaths

Our very own Jennifer Perkins kicked things off with a whimsical wreath anchored by a heart-shaped chocolate box and an adorable sand-flocked ceramic deer. You can see more of her kitsch-inspired wreath here.

Treetopia pink wreath with various kitschy décor
Photo courtesy of Jennifer Perkins

Next up was Kathy Cano Murillo of Crafty Chica. Her shadow box-style wreath is made more romantic with photos of her and husband Patrick attached to the wreath with mini glittered clothespins. Kathy outlines each step of her decorating process on her blog post.

Treetopia pink wreath with heart and photo ornaments
Photo courtesy of Kathy Cano Murillo

Amy Anderson of DIY Candy evokes a lot of stylish nostalgia with a wreath composed of vintage Valentine cards, felt and glittered heart shapes, and a few puzzle pieces. Check out her recent post to see how she put it all together.

Treetopia pink wreath decorated with hearts
Photo courtesy of Amy Anderson

Jenny Heid and Aaron Nieradka of Everyday is a Holiday designed their wreath to pay homage to their muse, the 19th century porcelain Charlotte doll. See more photos of this charming wreath by visiting their blog post.

Treetopia pink wreath with Charlotte Sweetheart design
Photo courtesy of Jenny Heid and Aaron Nieradka

Wrapping up this Valentine’s Day collaboration was Vickie Howell. Her wreath featured a gorgeous mix of items and supplies, including ball ornaments, paper cut-outs, ribbons, and her crafting material of choice — yarn. Visit this page and read Vickie’s thoughts about her fabulous creation.

Treetopia pink wreath with eclectic décor
Photo courtesy of Vickie Howell

Our Wreath Giveaway Winners

And now for the best part of the series, the winners! Congrats and thank you to everyone who entered, commented and shared the contest. Please keep us posted on how you decorate your pink wreath. Who knows, you might see it featured right here on the blog!

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Congratulations again, and we hope you enjoy your fabulous Treetopia Pretty in Pink wreath!

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