Valentine’s Day Decorations-Candy Trees

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Valentine’s Day may not typically be an occasion that you decorate for, but these Valentine’s Candy Trees are so fun and easy to make! Also, little helpers can sort the candies

I’ve posted a Conversation Heart Tree on the blog before, but sadly, he did not survive the move in one piece. In addition to the conversation hearts, we decided to make a couple more with other candies, and we love how they turned out!  
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Lainey and I worked on this Conversation Heart Tree over the Christmas break when it was bitterly cold and dreary outside.
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Browse through the Valentine’s aisle at any store to find multiple candy options for these adorable trees!

Valentine’s Candy Trees

Supplies:
Styrofoam Craft Cones, varying sizes
Hot glue gun/hot glue
Assorted candy (shown are conversation hearts, gummy hearts, and peppermint marshmallows)
Ribbons (optional for top of trees)

Starting at the bottom of the cone, place a dab of hot glue on the cone, arranging the candies in rows. Lainey helped me sort the conversation hearts by color, making the patterns easy to repeat. We did find that putting the glue on the cone instead of the candy worked best.

Finally, tie small bows, if desired, and glue to the tops of the trees.
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**Update to post: Lots of questions were raised about storing these guys! I have been making these for Christmas and Valentines for years, reusing them year after year. They are wrapped in bubble wrap and stored in big plastic storage tubs with tops. Thankfully, only the marshmallow tree has had to be replaced. Hope this helps!

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Valentine’s Decorations and Food Ideas!

Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and I’ve gathered a few of my favorite Valentine projects from around blogland to share with you.   Be sure to visit the links above each image for other great ideas!

**Please, pretty please Pin individual projects from the actual blog featuring the project!

Floating Heart Wall Art by Making Home Base

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Styrofoam Wall Art by Design, Dining, and Diapers

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Vintage Valentine’s Wreath by Gallamore West (embellish with your favorite things!)

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Valentine’s Subway Art by The Ferguson Family 4

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Valentine’s Candy Bark by Making Home Base

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Choose Love Free Printable by MercyINK Designs

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Valentine’s Mason Jars by The Pleated Poppy

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Red Velvet Brownie Bites by A Farmgirl’s Dabbles

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Felt Circle Heart Wreath by Just Another Day in Paradise

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Valentine Cake Pops by Pint Sized Baker

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 Valentine Hearts Printable by Landee See Landee Do

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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.
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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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