Five DIY Valentine’s Day Decorations

heart lollipops

3. Heart Lollipop Bouquets

Instead of cut flowers, which have a huge carbon footprint, decorate with bouquets of sweet heart lollipops. Just bundle a handful together with pretty bakers twine and display in mini vases. You can use storebought pops or, if you’re feeling sassy, try your hand at making your very own heart lollipops! The bonus if you’re making them yourself: you can use organic ingredients and natural colorings.

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5 thoughts on “Five DIY Valentine’s Day Decorations”

  1. Go GREEN for Valentines Day! Ever see a plant move when you tickle it? The TickleMe Plant grows year round indoors, closes its leaves and lowers its branches when tickled. Here is an affordable, GREEN gift that anyone who enjoys plants, nature, gardening and science will love! My students, family office loves getting these for Valentine’s Day. Visit to see a video of the live plant and to order your own. Much cooler than roses and you can grow the plant organically.

  2. Very nice post! However, if honesty then I liked the most the first picture, no matter that it is just the heart in the sand it somehow gives a feeling that it really comes from the heart, maybe because there isn’t involved material values in creating it!

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