Cute and Easy Valentines Day Centerpiece


Some of you may remember the cute Fall Centerpiece I did a few months back.


Well.  Once the Christmas season hit, I had full intentions of turning them into something Christmasey, but got busy, set them aside, and never got around to it.  But the other day I realized that it wasn’t too late to turn them into something totally cute for Valentines!!  I stripped off the flowers and jewels (they were hot glued on so they came off pretty easily) and got to work.



I painted the branches white with a flat enamel spray paint and left them outside to dry overnight.



Then I sprayed both sides of a bunch of Conversation Hearts with Clear Acrylic Gloss Spray and let those dry at the same time.  I used the large Conversation Hearts with the scalloped edges because I liked the size better, but small ones would work too.  I’m not ENTIRELY sure that coating the candy was necessary, but I wanted to make sure they would stay nice.  Just make sure that they are out of the reach of little ones, if you have kids who may try to eat them.



Once they were dry, I put the branches back in the glass bottles.  I left the raffia wrapping on the bottle necks, but added a knot of pink ribbon for a pop of color.



I then hot glued the hearts to the branches…



And added a few pink paper flowers here and there.  They’re the same type of flowers I used on the last centerpiece, and are so fun and easy.  I got the tutorial for them HERE.



And that’s it!!  Cute right?  I love how inexpensive they are to put together.


I should mention that my husband is thrilled with our new girly centerpiece.  THRILLED, I say.



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    Amy says:

    Darling! I think I’m going to try to find the time (which wouldn’t be much time) to put one of these together for my kitchen island. So cute.

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    Marisha says:

    Very cute!!! I think my kitchen table needs one. ;)

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    Michele says:

    oooh oooh oooh! My husband would LOVE that too! Think your hubby could teach mine??? ha. Actually I don’t think I could get away with having that anywhere near our house. But I love it, it’s adorable! I LOVE Valentine’s Day, my favorite holiday. Tons of ideas are already floating around in my head!

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    Whites5 says:

    They are darling. Where did you get your glass bottles? I’m having a baby shower in three weeks and maybe I can do something like this. Thanks!

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    katie says:

    this is sooo adorable, i will definitely be seeking my little diva’s help in crafting this up for valentine’s this year…thank you!!

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    Elaina says:

    Hi Kristan! I am writing an article on DIY Centerpieces for and would love to feature yours! I would include a photo credit and link to your blog post under the image used. If this sounds good, could you please send me an email to let me know? Thanks so much!


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