Valentines Day Tree

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I saw a tree similar to this one on Pinterest and decided to try to make my own. I used different colors and textures of paper. I even used old book pages. All you need is a few items and in less than an hour you will have your very own Valentines Day Tree. See below for the DIY steps.

Step One: Gather all your supplies.

Tree 1

  • White or any color poster board
  • different colors of construction paper for the hearts (card stock paper seemed too stiff. I liked using the construction paper a lot better.)
  • any other kind of paper you would like to use. I used pink crepe paper and old book pages.
  • a heart paper punch
  • scissors
  • glue (I used regular elmers glue)
  • Any height of wine glass for base
  • scotch tape

Step 2: Cut your poster board so you can roll it up into a cone shape. I used a tupperware lid as the template for the curve.

Tree 2Tree 3

Step 3: Roll poster board into a cone shape to fit over top of the wine glass. Use scotch tape to tape the sides together.

Tree 4

Step 4: Cut out a bunch of heart shapes from all the different kinds of paper then glue them on the tree upside down. You can experiment with the distance between the hearts and how they overlap. It all depends on how you like it. Keep gluing the hearts on the tree until it is completely covered. Once you get to the top, you can glue two hearts right side up as a tree topper.

*As you can see in the picture, my 7 year old daughter made her own tree. It was a really nice project for her because it doesn’t matter how you glue the hearts. The tree turns out beautiful no matter how you glue them. There is not a picture of hers because it was a little tiring for her lol. She is going to do hers a little bit each day.

Tree 5

Step 5: Stand back and admire your completed Valentines Day Tree 🙂

Tree 6

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