How to Make Valentine Bottle Brush Trees

February is finally here and that means we’re one month closer to spring! Our winter has been pretty snowy and cold so far and rather than let it get me down, I’ve invested time indoors to making more projects than usual. Today I’m joining several other bloggers for a Valentine’s blog hop where we’re all sharing Valentine inspiration (see links at end of post). I’m going to show you how to make Valentine bottle brush trees.

How to make Valentine bottle brush treesChristmas seems to be the time that bottle brush trees make their appearance, but why not Valentine’s Day too?


How to make Valentine bottle brush treesI was so happy to find white bottle brush trees for half price shortly after Christmas. Since they’re white, I didn’t have to bleach them first like I did for Christmas. Plus they’re a brighter white than the bleached version.


DIY Valentine bottle brush treesI cut out little red felt hearts and found pink and red glass beads.

Use a hot glue gun to adhere the decorations onto the tree.


Glue red felt hearts to bottle brush treesI glued the hearts on first, then added the little glass beads.


How to make Valentine bottle brush treesThis was a fast and easy Valentine’s Day project.


DIY Valentine bottle brush treesThe smallest of the Valentine bottle brush trees wears beads only.


DIY Valentine bottle brush treesSince I keep making more Valentine crafts, I’ve been moving my Valentine bottle brush trees around a lot. Don’t they look pretty with the pink and white carnations and spray roses?


DIY Valentine's Day decorThe Valentine heart garland was made a couple weeks ago.


How to make Valentine bottle brush treesWhat Valentine crafts have you made so far?

Here are more Valentine’s Day craft tutorials for you!

Valentines Card Garland TutorialValentine’s Card Garland


Felt Heart Banner TutorialFelt Heart Valentine’s Banner


Be sure to visit the other bloggers today for more Valentine’s Day inspiration!

Valentines Blog Hop via Town and Country Living

Maryann at Domestically Speaking
Angelina at JoJo and Eloise
Debbie at Debbiedoo’s
Heather at Setting for Four
Mary Beth at Cupcakes and Crinoline
Jennifer at Town and Country Living
Kim at Sand and Sisal
Kristin at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia

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  1. These trees are so sweet, Jennifer. I have some of those white ones that are sparkly and would be cute done this way. We’ll be away for Valentine’s so I won’t do them but I have a few decorations out to enjoy beforehand. Have a nice week!

  2. If we get snow, it’s usually in February. The last snow was on Feb. 14 actually. Since it came early this year, maybe we will have an early Spring. Just want enough snow to last a week. I know, I know everyone else says, “Enough.”

  3. I must say the trees are delightful! Perfect for a “holiday” that falls in winter. The bright white trees and red and pink are so bright and cheery! The flowers complimemt your mantle so well, too.

    Have a blessed week!

  4. Love the trees and heart banner. Would you like to come to my house and help me make it as welcoming and peaceful as yours?! 🙂

  5. Please, oh please use dear St. Valentine’s title of Saint of the Catholic chuch and a bishop. Everyone uses the title of the feastday of St. Patrick so please render St. Valentine the same honour.
    With gratitude and joy and Happy St. Valentine’s Day 2014.