Heart Tree Valentine’s Day Centerpiece

Heart Tree Valentine's Day Centerpiece: Wouldn’t it be lovely if Valentine’s grew on trees? This Valentine’s Day, grow your own tree of love when you craft this Heart Tree Valentine’s Day centerpiece. Made from less than $5 worth of supplies, you can craft a tree just as you see here. It is perfect for displaying in a vase on your Valentine’s Day table, or even for giving as a gift. | Optimistic MommyWouldn’t it be lovely if Valentine’s grew on trees? This Valentine’s Day, grow your own tree of love when you craft this Heart Tree Valentine’s Day centerpiece.  Made from less than $5 worth of supplies, you can craft a tree just as you see here.  It is perfect for displaying in a vase on your Valentine’s Day table, or even for giving as a gift.  Here is how to get started making your own!

Heart Tree Valentine's Day Centerpiece: Wouldn’t it be lovely if Valentine’s grew on trees? This Valentine’s Day, grow your own tree of love when you craft this Heart Tree Valentine’s Day centerpiece. Made from less than $5 worth of supplies, you can craft a tree just as you see here. It is perfect for displaying in a vase on your Valentine’s Day table, or even for giving as a gift. | Optimistic MommySupplies Needed:

  • Assorted Branches (look no further than your own backyard!)
  • Foam Hearts (Sold at most dollar stores)
  • Craft Clue
  • Silver, Gold, or White Craft or Spray Paint (we used silver spray paint, you can use what works for you or what you have on hand)

Directions:

  1. Begin by placing the branches on some newspaper and applying  coat of paint. You can apply several coats for full coverage, or just one for a more rustic look.Heart Tree Valentine's Day Centerpiece: Wouldn’t it be lovely if Valentine’s grew on trees? This Valentine’s Day, grow your own tree of love when you craft this Heart Tree Valentine’s Day centerpiece. Made from less than $5 worth of supplies, you can craft a tree just as you see here. It is perfect for displaying in a vase on your Valentine’s Day table, or even for giving as a gift. | Optimistic Mommy
  2. Once the paint is dry, apply some glue to the back of the foam hearts. Press the hearts to the branches in a random fashion. Just add a dab of glue, and press. You may need to hold the hearts in place until secure.
  3. Continue applying until the branches are as full as you wish. You can use all of one color if you wish, or use multiple colors as we did.
  4. Once your glue is dry and your hearts are in place, you can then assemble the tree in a vase of jar. If the branches are too long, simply snap off the bottom to shorten them. You can tie the bundle with ribbon, or go for a more natural look with twine if you wish.

Heart Tree Valentine's Day Centerpiece: Wouldn’t it be lovely if Valentine’s grew on trees? This Valentine’s Day, grow your own tree of love when you craft this Heart Tree Valentine’s Day centerpiece. Made from less than $5 worth of supplies, you can craft a tree just as you see here. It is perfect for displaying in a vase on your Valentine’s Day table, or even for giving as a gift. | Optimistic Mommy
Gather your supplies and give this easy heart tree Valentine’s Day centerpiece a try. It is a wonderful way to get festive this season for sweethearts!

Comments

  1. Cute idea! I have a ton of silver sprayed branches leftover from Christmas, this is a great way to reuse them! I love the simplicity, too! 🙂 Thanks for the idea!

  2. This is such a cute and easy idea! Love it:)

  3. This is so sweet and stylish. So clever! Thank you.

  4. What a cute idea, so simple and inexpensive but still so sweet looking

  5. Super cute! Pinned<3

  6. Looks so cute and easy. I like it!

  7. Cute! I love it! Pinning to the Monday Funday board!

  8. Laurie Nykaza says:

    The kids would love making these looks so easy and fun too.

  9. What a cute and easy DIY project for Valentine’s Day! Thanks for sharing.

    xx
    Lysa
    Co-Host
    Oh My Heartsie Girls WW

  10. So cute and fun to make! I have a friend who made one similar and it turned out adorable! I’ll have to try now! Thanks for linking up at OMHG WW this week!

  11. This is great! It’s so simple but makes a statement! Pinning and sharing!

    Sharon
    herorganizedchaos.com

  12. Kimberly Flickinger says:

    This such an neat idea! Thank you so much for sharing and Happy Valentines Day early!

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  13. What a cute idea Courtney! Thanks for sharing this adorable project at Inspire Me Monday at Create With Joy! 🙂

  14. I love this idea! I’ve been decorating for Valentine’s Day and looking for new ideas. I’m going to try this one tomorrow.

  15. Great minds think alike, giggle. I have something similar planned. Love yours. Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop. xo P.S. did you see my new giveaways?

  16. Thank you so much for attending week 17 of #PureBlogLove and linking your fantastic blog post, I can’t wait to see what you have in store for our next party, Thursday 8 PM EST- Sundays at midnight. Your post has been added to the #PureBlogLove Pinterest board for all to see 🙂 Have a great day!
    Nicole

  17. A lovely decoration for Valentine´s Day and I think it would look good at a wedding as well. I shared it on my Pinterest board Holiday.

  18. LOVE this! So simple, and yet makes such a great statement! Thanks for sharing 🙂 Found you at the Show Me Saturday party!

  19. Hello cute lady! This looks so amazing. Pinned and tweeted. We appreciate you taking the time to stop by and party with us. It wouldn’t be a party without you! I hope to see you tonight at 7 pm. Lou Lou Girls

  20. What a darling and simple idea! I love using things from nature (because they are cheap) and making them “pretty”. Thank you for linking up to Snickerdoodle Sunday! Hope you come again this Saturday!

  21. Wonderful post you have shared about the heart-tree-valentines-day-centerpiece, which is really enjoyable and memorable. Thanks for sharing. Keep me more updates about that.

  22. Elizabeth Johnson says:

    This is so sweet. I really love using stuff you can literally find outside to make crafts.

  23. joanne frank says:

    what a great idea ..im having a dinner that night with some friends so im going to make this

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