Thursday, January 6

Christmas turns into Valentine

After each Holiday, decor items go on sale and it's the right time to grab a few things from 50 to 90% off. I usually grab couple of things to replace the D.O.A of the year. This time I bought a few things for flower arrangements, at 90% off who can argue. So with $3 worth of supplies and some left over tulle from my stash, I created my Valentine's wreath out of Christmas cast offs.

I just use 5 branches of red berries twisted together and wrapped the raspberry tulle, cut in 3" wide strips, to conceal the wires. Then with the left over tulle, I made a bow to hang the wreath with.


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  1. Great idea. I love going out after Christmas and buying stuff for other occasions.

  2. Very pretty - the raspberry tulle is lovely.

    Today was the first day that I've gone shopping in a real store since Christmas. There wasn't much left at Walmart. :)

  3. Hi following you from the Hop!

  4. Super fabulous! I love using Christmas clearance for Valentines Day!

  5. I love that it makes use of the leftover Christmas cranberries! :) We would love for you to link up at Fancy This Fridays!

  6. It looks great! We noticed that all of the pink and red stuff in the 90% off bin would be perfect for Valentines... I can't wait to post them... Fabulous job!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can't wait to see what you have for next week!

  7. Love this! And especially making Christmas decorations pull double duty ... my kind of craft.

  8. I've thought the same thing about repurposing some of those pretty Christmas things, plus you can't go wrong with tulle.

  9. This is so cute! Thanks for sharing.

  10. That is a fantastic idea!

  11. This turned out cute!

    I will be featuring this on Monday!

    Thanks for linking up at


  12. Turned out super cute! Link up Tuesday at Giggles, Glitz & Glam!

  13. Thats a fabulous idea! Thanks so much for linking it to gettin' crafty on hump day! :)

  14. I think it looks beautiful! And I love how you used discounted Christmas decorations for it, too! It's frugal AND gorgeous! :)

    {Beautiful Nest}


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