Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Valentine's Day Tree 2014

Normally I use my feather tree for Valentine's Day but decided to bring out the little tinsel tree from Walmart this year. It's 24" tall and seems so small compared to the Christmas tree, but it is pretty! The icy silver is perfect for January and February and I'm enjoying the warm white lights.

The little glass hearts with Swarovski crystals (towards the middle) are new since I first posted my Valentine's Tree in 2011. I picked up a pack of nine for $5 at Marshalls on Christmas clearance.

It's the first time I've used vintage angel candle huggers ($1 flea market find) as a tree topper-lovin' it!!!

This is Philly, so I have to add some snow flakes to the tree:@)

A seasonal/holiday tree is a fun way to brighten up the room all year!

25 comments:

  1. So festive Lynn! Love the contrast of the red with the silver tinsel and your little cherub/angel toppers are adorable! Hope you're staying warm & cozy :)

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  2. You know I love your seasonal themed trees. So very pretty. Josie and I worked on her Chinese New Year tree yesterday on our day home from school.

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  3. What a good idea! Love this, Lynn!

    xo

    Sheila

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  4. What a great idea to brighten up winter. Valentine's is right around the corner.
    Sam

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  5. Love it! Is that your view? Or do I see a seam in that wall? Gorgeous either way.

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  6. Hi Lynn,

    I think I remember your Valentine's tree from last year. This is so cheerful; I love the red ornaments, snowflakes and the vintage cherub candle huggers. This is a great idea to brighten the house during January and February!

    Thanks for sharing with us and have a wonderful day. :)

    Hugs,

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  7. The candle huggers are fantastic!

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  8. Oh yes! Silver and red are the perfect Valentines color matches IMO. I'm working on a luncheon table, and I want it to have that look that your tree has.

    Very pretty to me!

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  9. Love your V Day Tree. I have one up too! Now I am inspired to make a picture of it! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  10. Lynn this is adorable! Love the candle huggers on the tree and all the pretty red hearts! This makes me happy!

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  11. Love the red against the shimmery tinsel and those angel "huggers" are perfect!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  12. I love your little feather tree, Lynn. The little twinkly lights are so festive, perfect for Valentine's Day.

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  13. How fun and thanks for reminding me about Valentines Day, it'll be here before we know it!

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  14. It's so pretty! I love the little angels at the top. Hard to believe that Valentine's Day will be here soon!

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  15. Lynn, this is a festive tree. Love the hearts you found. Hope you are staying warm.

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  16. I like the Valentine day tree idea! I just put up my valentine door wreaths n and was thinking there really wasn't much interesting decor for Valentine's day. Gotta steal this! And there's some much red Christmas stuff still one sale. Thanks for the tip! Stevie @ ruffledfeathersandspilledmilk.com

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  17. You know I love this! I am planning to transform my little skinny silver tree yet again for Valentines but I don't have all the wonderful decorations you do! I LOVE the text ones and your cupids at the top! Your tree is so cute!!
    Jenna

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  18. Your tree is gorgeous, Lynn, and I'm so glad you showed it. Stunning!

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  19. So pretty! I have one of those little silver trees but already packed it away. A Valentine's day tree is a sweet idea.

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  20. Pretty tree :) I'm seeing for the first time a tree for valentines day. I liked your humorous comment on Lorraine's blog so much (for the bird feed post) and dropped in to say a hi to you :)

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  21. Now that looks like a tree of happiness to me. I adore those vintage angels. Aren't they perfect for ❤️ Day? All your red hearts and decor just stand out so well on the tinsel tree. It's beautiful, Lynn!

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  22. That is the cutest tree, Gail. I love the candle huggers.
    Have a wonderful week.

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  23. Festive and clever. Love your angel toppers.
    Have a great day.

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