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Monday, January 10, 2011

Valentine's Day Feather Tree!

Hi everyone! I thought I'd share my little feather tree decorated for Valentine's Day.
Fun seasonal ornaments and simple handmade beaded snowflakes, no two alike.
Amazing red mouth-blown glass ornaments, set of 6 for $1.99 at Marshalls!
I ♥ Marshalls! 
(yep, TJ Maxx and HomeGoods too:@)
The footed bowl was a $2 yard sale find, very heavy.
The doily is a mini tree skirt that I made and use with a small tree on my nightstand during Christmas.
I strung each bead around the edge by hand, one by one.
I usually put batting around the bottom to resemble snow.
This year I tried tissue paper that has glitter on it, it's ok but I like the batting better.
Have a happy day:@)

I'm joining:
Met Monday
Show Off Your Cottage Monday
Table Top Tuesday
Nifty Thrifty Tuesday
Three or More Tuesday
Happy Tuesday
REDnesday
Junkin' Finds Friday
Valentine's Day Party

56 comments:

  1. What a sweet Valentine tree, I think you have started something. Now I will have to have one too, along with all of the other bloggers.

    You have inspired me.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  2. Happy Monday!

    This Valentine's Day Tree is so cute.

    Have a fabulous Monday! La

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  3. What a pretty Valentine's Day tree. Also a good use for some of the cute decorations you have.

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  4. Very cute, and I think I have the same bowl in my cupboard. I am going to use your idea because I seem to be missing the "original" gene and can only go "AHA! What a great idea!" ♥♫

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  5. Just lovely little tree. So sweet.
    Ann

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  6. What a cute tree ~ just puts me in the Valentine's Day mood!!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  7. Lynn,
    This is gorgeous! I love this tree. What a great deal on your ornaments! It looks perfect for Valentine's Day!
    Sherry

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  8. First of all...I would like to have Marshall's...here!!!

    Hugs, Flavia

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  9. Whatever would we do without Marshall's, TJ Max and HG? Love your feather tree and all those sweet little Valentine ornaments.

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  10. That is so cute! Love the little ornaments. It makes me want a Valentine tree also.

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  11. I have never done a Valentine's Tree. This makes me want to do one.

    And I love Marshalls too.
    AND TJ and Home Goods, of course...

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  12. Your Valentine tree is sweet, what a nice idea.

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  13. How fun! I don't really "do" Valentine's Day decorating. I do have some heart shaped lights around here somewhere...hmmm....

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  14. Hi Lynn! Love your little Valentine tree and the cute tiny ornies! The glass bowl you found is so beautiful! Hope you're staying warm.
    Be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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  15. Cute, cute tree Ü Love the piece you have it sitting on.

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  16. The tree is a darling. I ♥ Marshalls too.

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  17. Lynn, Your Valentine tree is adorable! Have a wonderful week!
    Blessings and hugs, Beth

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  18. Lynn, that is as cute as can be! I love feather trees!!!

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  19. Hello,
    I have never seen a Valentine tree before. Looks cute.
    Greetings, Johanna

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  20. jWhat a good idea...a Valentine's Day tree, I would have never thought of that and it is so cute!
    Thank you for leaving such a nice comment on my blog.(-:

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  21. So adorable, Lynn!! I have the same bowl, also from the thrift, that it such a cute use for it. OK, I guess that means we can all start decorating for Valentine's now!!
    xo, Andrea

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  22. Now aren't you clever. I would never have thought of this. So cute. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  23. Oh how cute that V'tine tree is! Love your beaded doily too. I'm sure the beading was lot of work, but it makes a huge difference! I hope you'll link this post to my V'tine Party on Feb. 11th. laurie

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  24. Very creative and ahead of the game with Valentines! Your footed bowl looks just like one that I inherited from my MIL. I use as a Centerpiece quite often, and it is heavy!

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  25. Ohh...I've always wanted a feather tree...yours looks very pretty with all the valentines.

    Sylvia

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  26. Beautiful tree but I am super impressed with your use of that gorgeous bowl!

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  27. So pretty -- shucks....you're going to make me wish I had left my tree up for a Valentine tree...too late now...but yours is really quite stunning!

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  28. What a great Valentine tree. When I take Christmas down Valentines goes up. You gotta to love a season all about love, hearts, and kisses.

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  29. I love how you used the glass bowl at the base of the tree. Very clever idea. The Valentine decorated tree is very cute.

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  30. What a great idea! Yep I love Home goods etc!!

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  31. Very cute and I love the background. Is that a mural?...Christine

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  32. This is so cute! I may have to do this :)

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  33. So cute! You trend setter you! I want one too. Love the Paula Dean shapes that you bought and the pie looks fabulous! Have a great day. I can't think of Valentines yet, I just spent the day taking down Christmas!

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  34. Your little Valentine tree is so cute! I have the same footed bowl and you are right about it being heavy. Thanks for sharing and for your inspiration.

    Enjoy your day,
    Gail

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  35. That is so cute. I never thought to have a Valentine's tree, but now I will have to find one (or dig my trees out of storage and that's not going to happen).

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  36. Beautiful tree. Beautiful view!

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  37. I love this little tree. What a great idea.
    Now, do you live on a lake or is that a photo behind the tree???

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  38. Very cute! I love that you used the prett glass bowl as a base!

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  39. What a unique idea. I have been wanting a feather tree and haven't found one I like. My search has now become more intense. I really enjoyed your post.

    Carolyn/A Southerners Notebook

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  40. Very clever! Now I want one....I love the glass bowl too.

    Carol

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  41. Well... aren't you so smart! super cute idea :-)

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  42. It is so beautiful , makes me feel very Valentiny, if that's a word ? ;~)
    Blessings,
    ~Myrna

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  43. All you creations are so neat. I love the doily tree.

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  45. That is sweet. I miss the little lights once Cmas is over.
    Ready for the blizzard? I saw the peeps in Philly this morn on the news. Carts and carts of food from the supermarket! In their PJ's! :)

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  46. Ok now Jim is just going to be really mad at you cause he's gonna have to bring the tree all the way down again ;)

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  47. That is really cute. I love the idea of a heart tree!

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  48. So charming! I am still taking down Christmas....

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  49. Your feather tree is so darling! I have a white one that I'm going to decorate for Valentine's Day. Now I can't wait to get started, you've got me all excited. (I only took down my green xmas feather tree yesterday - we're a little behind over here.) I love how you have yours in a crystal bowl, so pretty!

    Happy Rednesday,
    Sally

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  50. What a cute Valentine tree and I love your little tree skirt.The beads are so pretty.

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  51. Love what you've done with the tree..gives me and idea for my valentine window display..

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  52. Trees are just so in right now. Whether it is an old Xmas tree or just a branch. Great project. It is a cutie!

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  53. Hi Darling Lady, It's Granny come lately. I need to change my name. I eventually get around. Love you and the sweet tree. You are so on top of things. I am so impressed with the tree skirt. Wow, that must have tedious work. It looks fab.
    I am so slow, I am finally getting my tree down today. It is the last Christmas Decor to come down. Then maybe I can post some pics of the house.
    Love what you do and the fact that you are so with it. Hugs, Ginger

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  54. Lynn, this is a sweet little tree for Valentine's Day. Now I regret that I've packed away my heart ornaments. ;-)
    ~ Sarah

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  55. Using heart ornaments is so cute! What a fun idea!! Thanks for sharing it to the party, I am honored.

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