Make this gorgeous DIY Valentine Centerpieces with conversation hearts. With a few easy supplies, this candy vase idea is quick and easy.

Valentines day centerpiece with flowers.

Valentine’s Day Centerpiece

I’m excited to share with you this fun DIY Valentine’s Day centerpiece. It is such a cute and easy Valentine’s Day Decor idea that you can really use for any holiday.

Yes, this one is specifically for Valentine’s day but you can use the same idea for any holiday!

The possibilities are endless. We have done this for Easter, Valentine’s Day, Christmas and even Halloween. Just substitute the Valentine’s candy for other seasonal treats.

Let’s get started making these festive vases. Once you see how easy it is, you will be hooked on making this DIY. You can also make a couple of Valentines day desserts.

Valentines day centerpiece with flowers.

Supplies you need:

  • 1 Large clear vase
  • 1 clear vase that is skinnier
  • candy hearts
  • fresh flowers (or you could use fake)
  • water if you are using fresh flowers

How to make DIY Valentine Candy Vase:

  • Step 1. Get out a glass vase. This needs to be the larger size.
Clear vase with small vase inside.

  • Step 2. Then place your smaller clear vase in the middle. You will want to make sure it is skinnier so your candy hearts will fit.

    Remember, the skinny vase in the middle is so you can hold your water for the fresh flowers. It will look like the picture below.
Clear vase with vase inside.
  • Step 3. Next, fill the space between the clear vases with the candy hearts. Make sure you don’t get any in the middle vase.
  • Step 4. Then add water to the center vase if you are using fresh roses. Be careful not to get water outside the inner vase or the candy will get wet.
Water being poured into inner vase.
  • Step 5. Add beautiful fresh flowers to the center to make a fun Valentine’s day bouquet. Choose your favorite color of flowers.
Roses being inserted into vase.

Valentine Candy Vase Ideas:

  • Flowers. We used roses but feel free to use any type of flowers you like. Carnations would also be gorgeous. You can also use fake flowers as fresh is just an option.
  • Candy. Substitute chocolate candies for conversation hearts. Cinnamon hearts would also look great.
  • Bow. Tie a bow around the vase for a festive touch. Coordinate the ribbon to the candy and flowers.
  • Candy bouquet. Instead of flowers, make a candy bouquet. Attach candy bars on skewers and place in the inner vase for a great Valentine’s Day gift.
  • Gift Cards. Make this a gift and tuck a gift card in between the flowers. You can choose gift cards for coffee, retail stores or their favorite restaurant.
  • Heart shaped vase. Sometimes, you can find heart shaped clear vases at the dollar store. This would be so fun and festive for Valentine’s Day.

Valentines day centerpiece with flowers.

Make this beautiful DIY Valentine vase.

It is so easy and fun to make this romantic valentine table decorations. You might also want to make some for gift ideas.

They turn out so pretty and you don’t need any special skills. Plus, the supplies needed are very inexpensive and come together for a great gift.

We love this idea so much that we make these year round for lots of holidays, occasions and fun gifts.

Make this super cute Valentine's Day Centerpiece. This easy DIY Valentine's Day Decor can be created for any holiday! Take those heart candy and decorate with them!

 

Print the instructions for this Valentine’s Day Centerpiece:

How to Make a Valentine’s Day Centerpiece

Make this super cute Valentine's Day Centerpiece. This easy DIY Valentine's Day Decor can be created for any holiday! Take those heart candy and decorate with them!
Prep Time5 minutes
Active Time10 minutes
Total Time15 minutes
Keyword: How to Make a Valentine’s Day Centerpiece
Yield: 1
Author: One Crazy Mom

Equipment

  • 1 Large clear vase
  • 1 clear vase that is skinnier
  • candy hearts
  • fresh flowers (or you could use fake)
  • water if you are using fresh flowers

Instructions

  • First take your larger clear vase.
  • Then place your smaller clear vase in the middle. You will want to make sure it is skinnier so your candy hearts will fit. Remember, the skinny vase in the middle is so you can hold your water for the fresh flowers.
  • It will look like the picture below.
  • Next, fill the space between the clear vases with the candy hearts. Make sure you don’t get any in the middle vase.
  • Then add water to the center vase if you are using fresh roses.
  • Add beautiful fresh flowers to the center to make a fun Valentine’s day bouquet.

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