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DIY Valentine Tree With Heart Shaped Leaves

How To Make Valentine tree with heart shaped leaves that will add charm to any room in your house.

Valentine tree with heart shaped leaves

When I was a child my sister and I would make these cute hearts with gum wrapper and hang them on the tree. I wish I remembered how to make them but then again I don’t chew gum any more. Since there is no gum wrappers craft paper is the next best thing.

Valentine Tree With Heart Shaped Leaves:

This Valentine tree has tons of little pink hearts in the shape of leaves that have a 3-dimensional look to them. The hearts took the most time to make, but the end results was worth it. I needed something colorful and cheery for my guest bedroom. This was the perfect Valentine’s accent.

supplies for valentine tree with heart shaped leaves

Supplies For Tree With Heart Shaped Leaves:

  • Branches (any branch will do, I found mine during my walks.)
  • Scrapbook paper in pink
  • White spray paint ( to paint he branches white)
  • Pink and white twine
  • White pitcher
  • Heart puncher

How To Make Tree and Heart Shaped Leaves

How To Make Valentine Tree With Heart Shaped Leaves
  1. Take the branches and clip them at the same height.
  2. Double spray paint the branches.
  3. Let dry while you go make the hearts.

The Hearts:

  1. Start by punching out the hearts from the scrapbook paper. (as many as you like)
  2. Cut a slit on the top of one heart as well as on the bottom of another heart.
  3. Tie the 5-inch string on the slit of the one heart that is on the bottom. (see the picture above.)
  4.  Connect the two hearts together to form a 3-D heart.

When you are adding the branches to the vase insert them in foam. This will keep them secure. When you are adding the hearts, make sure you tie them to the branches all the same height. Add them everywhere. The fuller the tree the better it will appear. The hearts tend to get tangled when you move the tree, so untangle them after you find the perfect location to display.

I’m truly excited about the outcome. Will you be putting love in the air with this adorable Valentine heart tree DIY.

I was super excited to get the opportunity to have my valentine tree featured in J-14 Decorate. It’s a magazine for teens to inspire them to decorate. I think it’s a great concept. I was very honored that they contacted me. The magazine spread has some really cute crafts from making a rose heart bowlwhich is made by placing roses in little bowls. This would look great on a table. I love the sweet heart frame made from assorted sweetheart candies. Love the heart art canvas, be mine garland and heartfelt  memories made with favorite photos in a heart shape. Valentine Day is one of those special occasions that motivates us to create fun and happy projects like these

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54 Comments

  1. So cute! This is such a nice simple idea to bring in the Valentine’s day vibe without taking too much of your day. Always love those quick and pretty projects. 🙂 pinning and sharing

    1. It was such a easy product, a-bit time consuming to make the 3-d hearts, but thats it, everything else easy. Love to make hearts in different colors.

      Maria

  2. Your heart tree is beautiful and very understated. I love how the hearts look like flowers until you look more closely.

  3. I love this! Thank you so much for sharing your Thursday favorite thing with us at Thursday Favorite Things Blog hop! ~Rina

    1. It was a pleasure attend this very nice party, that i enjoy visiting each week! Loads of fun and pretty projects to get inspired.
      Maria

  4. This little tree is Just Adorable, Maria!!! I have that same pink baker’s twine and could make on of these… On a mission to look for downed branches! 😉 Thank you for a fun Valentine’s craft. <3 Pinned to several boards, of course and will share to FB. 🙂

    Happy heart hugs,
    Barb 🙂

    1. Barb, Thanks for pinning the tree diy, its one of my favorite crafts to make. You are so sweet to share it on FB.

  5. You did a great job Maria, it looks so elegant and fresh. What great valentines decorations.

  6. I love simple and easy projects like this. Especially for Holidays. Thanks for sharing, Maria.

  7. That’s just the cutest Valentine’s idea ever, Maria. It’s so simple yet so effective and with it being budget-friendly it’s a win-win project all round. Pinned

  8. What a pretty little sweet tree! I love it for Valentine’s Day! Pinned!
    Kim

  9. Libbie@alifeunfolding says:

    Maria,

    This is such a sweet Valentine’s project. The perfect touch of the holiday. Thank you for sharing.

  10. A super cute idea!! When you combine hearts and sweet twine, you can’t go wrong.

  11. This is the light and bright look I want for this Valentine’s Day this year. I am going to try to make those hearts.
    Hugs,
    Kippi

  12. I love how your tree turned out! It reminds me of the Giving Tree handing down some love. Thanks for sharing. Happy hopping.

  13. I love the 3-D element of your little heart leaves! It adds such a nice touch to your bedroom!
    I’d love it if you’d share it at my link party tomorrow, Sundays on Silverado!

    Niky @ The House on Silverado

  14. I love this so very much! Thanks for sharing and wonderful hopping with you.

    1. I am thrilled that you like this cute tree. It’s been pleasure getting to know you.

  15. This is a great project. I love how it looks 3D. Seems quick and makes a great statement.

    Cindy

  16. Your Valentine tree is darling, Maria! I love how you placed it in an ironstone pitcher. It looks lovely on the bedside nightstand. I love the 3-D effect you created with the hearts, too. Thanks for sharing! It was fun hopping with you 🙂

    1. Thank so much, Its one of my favorite Valentine posts. It has everything I love nature, crafts and Love!

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