Valentines Home Decor and DIY Candy Tree | Jennifer Hayslip | Eye Candy Creations

 

Happy February!

February in our family is a very busy month!

Grant, Vivian, my Mother, and I all share birthday’s that are one week apart from one another.

In between birthday’s we also celebrate Valentines.

It’s nice after all of the Christmas decorations are put away, to switch gears and

brighten up my home with pops of pink and red, angel figurines, and vintage candy heart boxes.

 

 

 

I’m planning for my daughter birthday a festive heart’s theme.

Paper flowers, and lots of conversation hearts.

 

 

Vivian and I spent one afternoon making DIY Valentines candy tree’s.

We did one tree with bubble gum and the other with conversation hearts.

SO easy and turned out cute!!!

All you need is

  • Styrofoam tree (Michaels or Hobby Lobby)
  • Candy
  • Glue gun and lots of glue sticks
  • Ribbon or a flower to adorn the top

 

Take your time, and just glue them one by one.

I used the larger candy hearts because it take up more space, and much faster than using the small ones.

This was a super fun project for Vivian and I to do together.

 

 

The faux pink carnations and gold votives came from the Dollar Tree.

It’s wonderful when you can decorate on a budget!

 

I have a slight Marie Antoinette theme going on in my dining room.

I love the faux cakes, teacups, feathers, and roses combined.

 

Vintage Valentine pairs perfectly with my figurine.

 

A peek of my hallway with it’s sweet whimsical decor.

 

Candy boxes and carnations….OH MY!!!!

 

 

This sweet angel I recently purchased.

She’s so pretty with her wings and holding her heart.

 

Thanks for stopping by and visiting!

Please let me know if you make a DIY candy tree. I would love to see photos!

HAPPY VALENTINES!!!!

Thank you for your sweet friendship and support!!!

XO

Jenn

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Toni Ivy

Dear Jenn:

You make holidays so festive and fun for your family. Your children will have magical memories the rest of their lives. You are a magnificent mother and artist. The Christmas tour of your home was out-of-this-world, and now the Valentine’s tour is also gorgeous. You are such an inspiration to everyone who follows all your posts. I check every day to see what beautiful thing you have to show us. You are a bright spot in the day.

Toni Ivy
Lubbock, Texas

So beautiful and full of love. Miss reading beautiful blogs…let’s get the art blog movement going again Miss Jenn!

Ciao bella,
Suzanne

So wonderful to read your blog Jen. I love all the sweetness. πŸ’•πŸ’•Missy

Embracing your blog and pictures is as I am within a fairy tale its
all so beautifully displayed and heart warming. Thank You

Thank you for sharing your sweet treasures, Jen.

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