You can still decorate for Valentine's Day without breaking the bank. This guide contains ideas for budget-friendly decorations for Valentine's Day.
An attractive, creative holiday decoration you can make is a wreath. This guide contains Valentine's day wreaths.
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Thread some yarn through small paper heart shaped doilies and tie to your chandeliers or light for a pretty accent for Valentine's Day!
For Valentine's Day, I copy and paste valentines on my computer program, duplicate each one and then flip one, so they can be glued together, so that the graphic can be seen on each side. I then put a small string hanger on each of them with a needle and thread. Also punch a hole and put those valentines on the end of the limbs of the tree to provide more color and decor.
By DiAnne from Leesburg, FL
How cute, I'll make a small tree, from tree limbs.So I can do the same thing.
By Sparkleball Lady from San Diego
I didnt see a link for the heart one, only snowman etc. There is a picture of the heart one, but you cant click on it for instructions.
Editor's note: The link is http://www.sparkleball.com
This is such an easy yet pretty craft. These are made from plastic coated paper clips found at the local dollar store.
I bought all the supplies at my local Dollar Tree store. I used a small gift box with lid included. I used small square floral Styrofoam inside the box. I cut the stems of the silk flowers and arranged them to make this beautiful silk floral Valentine arrangement.
Instead of the traditional Valentine cards for mom, dad, a grandparent or friend, make special banners to send your message.
For Valentine's Day deco, I punched out hearts with one of my heart punches (about 2 inches long and 1 inch wide) out of red paint chips and glued skewers onto the back of them.