Jan 8, 2011

Valentine Tree

I like to recycle ideas!  There, I said it.  Why re-invent the tree wheel, right?!
That being said, remember my Money Tree gift idea from a few weeks ago? 


Well, here it is in Valentine form. 


To make this one you just follow the same steps from the Money tree tutorial listed here except you'll swap out the floral wire for silver wire and you'll use scrapbook paper instead of money.  Everything else is the same.  I also added in some rub-ons so there is quote about love on my tree.

You could make them in several different sizes and have your own little forest of growing love! 
(ok, I admit, that was cheesy! LOL!)

Enjoy!

21 comments:

Linda said...

Love it a lot. I want to make some for Valentine gifts. Thanks for sharing. Linda

GretchenP said...

i love it! i made money trees for xmas (thank you!) so could whip a couple of these up in no time! :)

Krafty Kat said...

How cute!

Babbs said...

What an adorable idea, I love it, and I love your blog!! So glad I found your page while blogsurfing. I am your newest follower, can't wait to read more wonderful ideas. I hope you will pop over and visit often! :D

The Girl Creative said...

Just found your blog at Be Different Act Normal. What a great thing you have going on. :) I'm going to add you to my blog list so that I don't miss anything. If you are ever interested in doing a guest post over at The Girl Creative, let me know. Would love to have you!! :)

Terry said...

I loved your Christmas money tree but didn't get around to making it. Now I'm really loving your Valentine tree, this one I'm definitely making. Thanks for sharing such a cute project!

Alison said...

WOW! This is darling! I absolutely love it! Thanks so much for sharing!! I may just have to make one of my own!!

~Alison
http://oopsey-daisy.blogspot.com/

Mama.Mommy.Mom. said...

So cute!

s'mee said...

SO glad I found your blog! I have been pouring over it all night long. I love so many of your projects, but have gone kookoo over your cookie sheet calendars! Any chance you'll put up that part two and show us how you make the compartments on the back? Pretty please! Thanks so much!

Amanda Kuzak said...

Cute!

Erin said...

Fan-flippin'-tastic!!! :)

Ashleigh said...

Adorable! One of my very favorite Valentines things I've seen in blogland!

Judy @ In His Grip said...

This is freakin' cute!

simplydesigning.blogspot.com said...

This is sooooo cute!! I love it!

I host a weekly link party I'd love for you to join if you have a moment. (It's on Friday's)

Ashley
www.simplydesigning.blogspot.com

Jim and Margie said...

Absolutely adorable!! Can't wait to make this!

Linh C. said...

This is SO CUTE! Maybe a Mardi Gras tree, St. Patrick's day tree, Easter tree, etc. :)

Scarlett Clay said...

Super cute!! So many different ways to do this concept, it's such a great design, thanks so much!! Have a great weekend!
Scarlett

Jennifer said...

Will be an afternoon craft project really really soon. Just LOVE it!! :)

happylittlewonders said...

Found this via Pinterest! So glad I did. I lead a craft night fro teen moms and I think they'll LOVE this! Thank you so much for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for this cute craft! Our Bible Study made the Valentine's trees for our Brunch & they turned out so cute! Thank you for sharing!

Blessings,
Marcy

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