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How to transform your Christmas décor into a Valentine's Day vibe

Before you store away your Christmas decorations for the year, think about repurposing them for the next cutest holiday: Valentine's Day! Read on for some ways to get that super-sweet, red-and-pink aesthetic without breaking the bank.

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If you have a fake tree, this option is perfect for you. Keep your red ornaments and ribbon, add pink flowers and cut out some paper conversation hearts. Lastly, a couple strands of pink lights will fully bring together your adorable Valentine's tree.

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You can effortlessly give any type of Christmas greenery a Valentine's vibe by adding a little extra love (wink, wink). Consider placing foam heart sticks or pink and red lollipops into a garland or wreath. Top it off with a pretty pink bow, and you already have the perfect accent to your front door or dining room table.

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For this flouncy centerpiece, use one of your red Bath & Body Works candles that didn't quite burn out during Christmas. Opt for a fancy DIY like this one, or just tie a pink ribbon around the base and put it on top of a pink placemat. So simple, yet so sweet.

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If your fam likes to go all-out with the outdoor Christmas lights (the more, the merrier), you most likely have red and white strands hanging around your house. Throw in some pink lights, and your front yard is guaranteed to fit into your dream Valentine's Day aesthetic.

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Christmas wrapping paper can easily be repurposed to wrap valentines for your besties this February. Any red, white, silver or gold wrapping paper and ribbon is fair game for both Christmas *and* Valentine's Day.

Show us your Valentine's Day decorations this year by tagging @girlslifemag!

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by Elise Jones | 1/25/2021
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