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Tree still up? Leave it up! Here are 10 things that will turn it into a Valentine’s Day tree

Who said you couldn’t have a Valentine’s Day tree?

By Lauren Tippetts

Christmas may be over, yes, but that doesn’t mean the pinnacle of holiday decor has to go away. Take off the green baubles, the frosted branches, and replace them with a little bit of love! Decking out your tree in red and pink will give it a whole new spin for February. Here are ten things to dress up your new Valentine’s Day tree.


Red String Lights, $19.99

First, a little light makeover. Trade the icy white or multicolor for a warm red. The change in lights will instantly give your tree a new feel.


24 pc Heart Ornaments, $14.69

Trade out the red and green for red and pink! Some heart ornaments will totally turn around the whole vibe of your tree. Add in a little silver for a classy touch.


Buffalo Check Heart Ornaments, $22.99

Throw a little pattern into the mix! Buffalo check isn’t just for Christmas. A little pink and white makes this print pop for the day of love.


Conversation Heart Decorations, $9.29

Even out your small ornaments with some big conversation hearts! Originally made to dangle from a doorway or the ceiling, we think these make a nice add to your Valentine’s Day tree.


9 ft Beaded Heart Garland, $7.99

No tree is complete without a garland. A string of shiny hearts will give it that finished looking polish St. Valentine himself would approve of.


Valentine’s Pom Pom Garland, $24.98

Not into tiny hearts? A colorful pom pom garland will get the message across. The bold colors and thick texture of poms will really up the wow factor of your tree.



Pink Pearl Garland, $9.98

Add a little class to your branches. A pearl garland in the most perfect shade of pink is the most chic thing you could add to a Valentine’s Day tree.


Pink Christmas Tree, $64.99

Now, if you really want to go all out, a pink Christmas tree is the way to go. What screams Valentine’s Day more than pink?! Deck it out with all the trimmings and you have the workings of the best V-Day decor around.


Red Ruffle Tree Skirt, $20.59

Put all the frills at the base of your tree! The red may not go with an all-pink tree, but this skirt comes in a bunch of colors, including white!


24″ Pink Christmas Tree, $24.99

If you’re really not feeling a full on Valentine’s Day tree – maybe you put the Christmas tree away back in December or you’re just ready for a fresh start – go mini with this tiny pink tree! Same festive feel, just on a smaller scale.

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1 comment

  • I turned my skinny 4 foot kitchen tree into a Valentine’s day tree and no offense, but your ideas are cheesy compared to mine.