Valentine's Day Tree
Valentine's Day Tree
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Creativity never goes out of style and with Valentine’s Day just around the corner, motivated by love and the will to do something new for their partners, people have transformed their Christmas trees into Valentine's day trees.

What's interesting is that people have swapped their traditional Christmas decorations from the trees to classic red and white coloured Valentine’s decoration. The stars are replaced by pink and red hearts and the gifts on the floor are mostly fluffy teddy bears and chocolates to keep up with the traditions of Valentine’s day.

Many people have started upcycling their Christmas trees for the lovers' day coming up.

Earlier, Netizens posted pictures of their Christmas celebrations. But now Valentine’s day trees is the new social media chatter.

The trend was quickly picked up and thousands of Instagram and Twitter users posted pictures of their Valentine's day trees kicking off early Valentine’s Day celebration.

Here are some pictures of Christmas-turned-Valentine’s Day trees:

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This was last year’s valentines tree. I gave 2 small gifts for the kids after they came back from school and they were super happy, and it was a good reminder for the hubby that hey I need my gift under that tree soon 🤣🤣. Should I do another one this year to remind the hubby 🤔🤔😂. . . هيدي شجرة الفالنتين اللي عملتها السنة الماضيه ، حطيت هديتين صغار للأولاد وبس رجعوا من المدرسة كتير انبسطوا بالمفاجأة ، وعفكرة كانت كتير مهمة لتذّكر زوجي بالعيد 😂انه ما معقول كل هيدي الشجرة بنصف البيت ما يشوفها 😂😂😂. شو قولكن لازم اعمل واحدة هيدي السنة حتى يتذكر؟؟؟ او خلص بيكون حفظ الدرس؟🤔🤔🤔حسب خبرتي مستحيل يكون حفظه ولازم ارجع اعمل واحدة هيدي السنة🤣🤣😂😂🙈.

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