People are repurposing their Christmas trees for Valentine's Day

Jennifer Houghton/Turtle Creek LaneValentine’s Day trees are the latest decor trend.

The holiday season is over, but that isn’t stopping people from finding a use for their Christmas trees.

Carla MaeThe tree uses a bow as a topper.

Avid Valentine’s Day lovers are redecorating their artificial Christmas trees in honour of Cupid.

People are decorating their trees with pink and white ornaments, as well as symbols from the holiday, like hearts and roses.

Amy and JaredPink ornaments are common on Valentine’s trees.

One Valentine’s Day fan used pink, fluffy ornaments that look like cotton candy to bring the spirit of the holiday to her tree.

It turns out, there is a myriad of ways Christmas trees can be transformed for the holiday.

Katina MillerYou don’t have to use pink on a Valentine’s tree.

This Valentine’s Day fan kept her decor more simple, using white hearts and an abundance of twinkly lights.

This tree uses the candy aspect of Valentine’s Day for inspiration.

Jennifer Houghton/Turtle Creek Lane‘Xo Xo’ ornaments are scattered throughout the tree.

Ornaments that look like candy hearts cover the tree, and the topper looks like it’s made of lollipops.

Some Valentine’s Day lovers are going all out by using pink artificial trees to embody the spirit of the holiday.

Jennifer Houghton/Turtle Creek LaneThe tree itself is pink.

This lover of love paired her pink tree with an abundance of rose decor.

Red garland complemented this pink tree.

VanessaThe tree also features roses.

The arrow-heart tree topper is the perfect touch.

A Valentine’s Day enthusiast paired her pink tree with love-themed ornaments and a giant heart topper.

Dawn Lopez/CutefettiThe tree is covered in hearts.

The pink bows make the tree look romantic and whimsical.

If you want to get in on the Valentine’s Day tree trend, you can buy an artificial pink tree from Treetopia.

TreetopiaYou can buy a pink Christmas tree from Treetopia.

You can get a tree starting at $US99.99 here.

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