Willow Tree Home Valentine’s Day Display
We have a telephone table near our front door and I like to decorate it for holidays.
Each holiday I move around my decorations and try to create something new and unique.
I find this rule of not doing the same thing challenging, and fun, and it sparks creativity.
Usually, I reuse or repurpose items that I have on hand so it doesn’t cost me much money either.
This year for Valentine’s Day I decided to use our Willow Tree figurines that my husband has bought for me over the years to represent our family in a display.
How to assemble this Willow Tree Home Valentine’s Day Display
I placed a wooden “Home” sign that I used on this Valentine’s Day Love at Home Mantel last year on the telephone table.
I put a vase in the background with dried roses to add height.
Then I placed each member of our family/Willow Tree figurines around the home sign in a way that I thought was cute.
You may wonder why the figurine of my daughter is holding up a balloon with the word, “NO” in it. When my husband gifted this Willow Tree figurine, our daughter, Amelia, was going through the toddler, “No Stage”. I call it this when toddlers like saying, “NO” so much they say it for everything.
I love to have fun at this stage. I ask my kids, “Do you want to play outside?”, they answer with a resounding “No”; I ask them, “Do you want candy?”, again they say “No!”; “Do you want presents?”, “No”, etc. I get such a kick out of this stage that I’m usually laughing most of the day… until it ends. My kids only lived in the ‘NO stage’ for about a week or two. However, they are some of my favorite most memorable weeks ever!
So, Shane, knowing this (no pun intended), used wire to put the word, “NO” in Amelia’s balloon.
Anyway, this Willow Tree Home Valentine’s Day Display only took a few minutes to set up and since I had everything on hand, it was free to design as well.
Supply List for this Willow Tree Home Valentine’s Day Display
Dried roses- I have a lot of dried roses on hand because I did my sister’s wedding dinner floral arrangements and she said I could keep the roses.
Originally, I bought them at Smith’s Food and Drug at a discount and on sale at Costco.
Home Sign (Dollar Tree discontinued), similar here.
Although this display was very quick to put together, it is simple, and it didn’t cost me anything (this year), I love looking at it.
I hope you like this simple yet lovely Valentine’s display using Willow Tree Figurines to represent family members, home, and love.
Happy Valentine’s Day to you and yours.
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