As most of you know, I love to shop the dollar store. Check out some cute ideas for a Dollar Store Valentines Tablescape.
I love to decorate for the holidays, but it can get expensive quickly, so when I can, I love to pick up items from the dollar store to save money. I am sharing a few things I have made for Valentine’s Day over the years from the dollar store.
I love using picks to decorate for the holidays. You can put them in a variety of containers for your centerpiece or Valentine’s tablescape.
When I was there, I picked up these cute little heart containers.
You can also use dollar store mugs, decorated with sharpies to place on each setting.
Another fun decorating idea from the dollar store had me picking up some of their glass heart bowls.
I took some of the plastic roses (also form the dollar store, and cut them close to the stem and filled the bowls with the flowers/
Dollar Store Placecsetting
I also cut a few flowers just a little bit to keep the stems long,
More Valentine’s Tablescape Ideas
One year, I picked up these little clay pots and used paint markers to decorate. These make cute table setting decor too!
Another great way to decorate is to make a Chalkboard Valentine’s Sign.
You can also see in that photo that I used paint markers on mason jars.
Also in that photo are my Chalkboard boxes, another fun way to make a table festive.
It’s always fun to decorate a table for a holiday!
Be sure to check out my other Valentine’s Day celebration ideas:
Valentine’s Day Heart Cookies – A soft cream cheese cookie that is sure to make someone smile.
Easy Valentine’s Day Gift Idea – a fun gift idea for kids to make for family members.
Valentine’s Day Cookie Round up – A whole round-up of Valentine’s Day Cookie Recipes.
Don’t forget to pin this recipe for future reference!
We hope you enjoyed these fun dollar store Valentine’s tablescape ideas. You can also find some fun items to through across the table like these felt hearts.
The sweetheart candies were also from the dollar store. What do you do for Valentine’s Day?