Decorating for Valentines Day

Valentines Day is around the corner, and there are endless options on the candy aisle at your local stores to create a simple Valentine’s Day centerpiece!

After last week’s posts of the Conversation Hearts Tree and my Love One Another Mantel, I want to show you one more easy and inexpensive way to decorate with conversation hearts!

Conversation Heart-filled Vases for Valentines Day

Valentines Decorating with Conversation Hearts!

I use these hurricane vases for every season.  They are filled year-round at our house with just about everything!  See them filled for Thanksgiving HERE, Easter HERE, and a similar set filled for Fall, HERE.
Valentines Day Decorating

Simple Valentines Day centerpiece!

A simple bow and white candle brings these all together!
Do you decorate with conversation hearts?  If so, how?  Share with us in the comments!

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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  1. So very cute! I love decorating with candy and such. I have a few bags of these hearts that I haven’t put out yet in fear of my family eating them!!! :o) I guess I need to though!

  2. yep, mine have been out for a few weeks. My no fail decorations, lol. THey are safe in this house since no one eats them:)

    Hope you are doing well

  3. Perfect!! I actually have a bag of conversation hearts. I’ll get them out right now and decorate with them!! So pretty!!

  4. Love glass hurricanes. They are so easy to decorate with. Love that pink ribbon!!

  5. I love the ribbon you used… I checked your Easter one out and love that ribbon too! Where do you purchase it at?

  6. I just followed your blog and would love it if you would come over and follow my new LINKY FOLLOWER tool.

    Cheri from Its So Very Cheri

  7. So cute! I love these, and my girls would adore them!!

  8. These are so cute and I love your mantle in your header…very pretty. Kristen

  9. this is so creative and beautiful. Thanks for sharing. I am now a follower of your blog. Maybe you want to come and follow me also. Best wishes. Linda

  10. I’m following on the new linky tool so follow back so we can connect. Thanks, Lori

  11. These are so pretty, lovely Valentine decor’. Please come share at my weekly fri-monday linky tomorrow and my Valentine contest going on now.

  12. That is so cute. Those are my favorite candies..

  13. Oh my goodness these are adorable! I hope you will link them up to my I Heart Projects Linky Party.

  14. As always you make the cutest things from nothing!! Good job, Ms. Creativity!!! 🙂

  15. So cute!!! I display conversation heart in a milk glass heart dish, but they don’t last long around my crew! 🙂

    ~Newest follower!

  16. These are adorable, couldn’t be cuter! I have not decorated for Valentine’s Day, but I see I easily could with ideas like this! Love it!

  17. Cute, CUTE! This is adorable!!!! Have a great weekend!!! ~Beth

  18. Oh my goodness! I LOVE all your ideas! I could just spend hours on your blog and! Thanks for the inspiration! I’m a new follower.

    Michelle @ Teagan’s Travels

  19. After seeing some of your other ones, I did this idea for Valentine’s Day!!! My candle has to actually sit in the hearts, but it looks so pretty on my table.

  20. Thanks so much for linking up to CountryMommaCooks Link & Greet Party!
    Hope to see you next Saturday……Have a blessed week:)

  21. LOVE these sweet candles! I hope you will link up with me here:

  22. Love these,they look so good,would love you to join my creative Monday hop tomorrow?:)

  23. So cute! Love your header too.


  24. I’ve used these conversation hearts before in little jelly jars and then set a tea light on top of the candy. They were sweet. Yours look wonderful! Have a great week!

  25. What a cute idea! I love those little hearts but realy have only ever put them in a bowl to eat! 🙂 Will definitely try this.

  26. So adorable! and I love how you added the pink bow,it dresses the hurricane vases so prettily! Inspiring way to store the hearts! Dropping in from Seasonal Sundays party. Thanks for the inspiration!Hugs~Poppy

  27. Aww! Those are too cute, and so festive! Thanks for sharing at Shine on Fridays!

  28. So cute! I love these, and my girls would adore them!!

  29. Love these! I have been looking for hurricanes like this with the 2 levels so the candle doesn’t drip wax on the decorations. Do you remember where you found yours?

  30. Deena Adams says:

    Love all your projects. I’m going to have my granddaughter help me with the Valentines tree.. Great site too.

    • Hi Deena! I couldn’t remember if I emailed you! Thanks for visiting, and be sure to send me a photo if y’all make the tree!

  31. These are really pretty Amanda!

  32. Super great idea. I usually decorate with mason jars or old candle jars I save. I was looking around for gifts my daughters would like for Valentine’s Day, they love candy and candles, I think they would love this.
    Thank you
    Deborah 😀


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