Valentine’s Day Tiered Basket

I’ve used my three-tiered baskets to store my collection of Rae Dunn mugs, to hold fruits and veggies and have even turned it into a hot chocolate stand. But after seeing Carrie and Andrea styling their tiered trays for Valentine’s Day, I thought it would be fun to show you how I dressed up my tiered baskets with some red and pink details too! I don’t have much in the Valentine’s decor department and knew it would be easy to overspend on all of the cute home decor that’s out right now, so mostly, I shopped my home and found I had quite a few things I could use!

How cute are these mugs! My daughter collects coffee mugs, and these are two of her newest additions.

The red canister is an old Target dollar spot find and a good place to store tea bags or treats. The greenery was originally in our master bedroom.

I made the arrangement in the painted mason jar last year with succulents from Dollar Tree. The tiny cake stands are from Target dollar spot.

Ikea is a good source for inexpensive lanterns and this red one I picked up around Christmas time a few years ago. When I saw this pom-pom garland at Target, I thought I would use it to decorate an old screen door but liked it better on the bottom basket.

The mini Love wood box sign is from Hobby Lobby. One of the easiest ways to add some festive decor without spending a lot is to fill various sized mason jars with candy!

I hope I gave you some inspiration on how you can decorate with things already in your home!

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Thanks for visiting Doused in Pink, a Chicago style blog. I am here to bring simple style tips and outfit inspiration to help you elevate your everyday style. You will also find posts on the best beauty products, wellness, DIY projects and decorating ideas. My goal is that you leave feeling like you learned something new that helps you feel confident when you walk out the door.

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