Have you begun thinking about Valentine’s Day yet? I’ve started thinking of a few different recipes and décor I’d like to make. I also love making cute treats for our kids’ classmates and I’ve narrowed my ideas down to about
one hundred ten!
I’d love to share my first Valentine’s creation today….
This is super easy and fun to make! Our little daughter was so excited to help with this and I think I might just make another one for her room!
Here’s what you’ll need:
– white spray paint (I used Rustoleum from Home Depot)
– hearts (these could be foam cut-outs from the Dollar Store or made out of construction paper as well)
1. Collect branches from a tree in your yard.
2. I then spray painted the branches white, using Rustoleum spray paint from Home Depot. Let dry completely.
3. I then used my hot glue gun to attach the hearts to the tree and placed it in my Ikea vase for a quick and super cute craft!
What I love about it (besides the fact that it looks so pretty on my nightstand) is that it cost me $0 to make… not a penny! All the supplies were things that I already had around our home!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! If you’ve made any Valentine’s Day décor, please leave me a comment below! If you have a blog, I’d love to pop over and have a peek!
Enjoy your day and don’t forget to come back tomorrow for our weekly link up party, Your Turn To Shine! Come share what you’ve been up to and be inspired by all the fabulous posts!
Until next time,
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A lot of our Christmas décor can be wintery and to be honest, I usually leave it out until beginning of March. However, this year I couldn’t… not sure if it’s because of my need to purge and clean or what, but I started packing it up yesterday! I’m excited though