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King of Hearts Valentine’s Day Tree

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I got a new King of Christmas flocked Christmas tree in November, and I love it! I can’t say enough good things about this beautiful tree! Check out this Christmas Tree post for more information about my 7 foot Prince Flock King of Christmas Tree with LED lights.

I wasn’t ready to take my tree down, so I decided to decorate it for Valentine’s Day!
I LOVE Valentine’s Day! It’s one of my favorite holidays! The main reason is because it’s my birthday!


  • Ribbon
  • Heart ornaments
  • Red foam sheet
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun
  • Pen
  • Tree topper
  • Tree skirt or blanket

I started off by taking all of the Christmas decorations off of the tree. I found this cute Valentine ribbon at Hobby Lobby along with this pretty black ribbon.

I tucked in the Valentine ribbon at the top of the tree and angled it down to the bottom tucking it between the branches as I went. When I reached the bottom, I cut the ribbon and tucked it under the last branch.

When I was done going around the tree with the Valentine ribbon, I did the same thing with the black ribbon. I just placed it in between the strips of Valentine ribbon. I added some red ribbon to the black ribbon so it wouldn’t be so bold.

This is the crown tree topper I bought at Hobby Lobby for my Christmas tree.

To go with my Valentine theme, I added hearts to it. I bought a red foam sheet from Walmart and cut one heart out. I used that heart to trace and cut out 7 more hearts. Using my hot glue gun, I glued the hearts around the base and at the top of the crown.

I found these adorable heart ornaments at Walmart and Hobby Lobby and hung them all around the tree. I used a red blanket as the tree skirt. Between the items I already had and the items I purchased, I paid less than $20 for everything.

Decorating my King of Christmas tree for Valentine’s Day was fun, inexpensive, and I get to enjoy my tree a little longer.

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