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    When you hear about someone decorating their house you probably will think about Christmas or maybe even Halloween, but Valentine’s Day probably wouldn’t be on that list.

    We have been a Dallas roofing company for a long time and we have seen a lot of houses in our day, but the decorations on this one are unique to say the least. Check it out for yourself. Have you seen anything like this?’s no chance you decorate for Valentine’s Day quite like this Dallas woman | GuideLive At Christmastime, Jennifer Houghton goes big on the decorations. Like, big: Her 5 bedroom, 9 bathroom home in University Park had 12 trees with 1,000 ornaments strung with 15,000 lights in December. It was really something to see.

    A few weeks after the trees came down, Houghton decorated for Valentine’s Day. Her manse is dripping in hearts — 34,000 of them, in fact. Her mailbox is already stuffed with valentines. There’s even a valentine’s-themed white Christmas tree kissed with red hearts and “love” signs.

    The kitchen looks like a scene in a fairytale, with candy jars everywhere as if her home were a corner of Willy Wonka’s world gone pastel.

    Valentine’s Day spills out onto the stoop of Houghton’s Turtle Creek home:

    A corner of her house is on Lovers Lane in Dallas — “how appropriate!” she writes in a blog post. There, she groups more than a dozen heart-shaped accessories for passersby to see.