Decorate Your Desktop with Our Valentine's Day Photos
Chocolates created by Christopher Elbow in Kansas City, Missouri, are tiny works of art — tempting to the eye as well as the palate.
Pink Dawn Rose
This pale pink rose was photographed in a Peoria, Illinois, garden.
Indiana crafter Diane Fehrenbacher turns flowers from special occasions into keepsakes by compressing the petals into beads.
My Valentine Kringle
The Kringle from O&H Danish Bakery in Racine, Wisconsin, gets a Valentine's makeover in January and February. The flaky pastry, normally an oval, is shaped into a heart, topped with pink frosting and filled with cherries.
Heavenly Devil's Food Cake
No calories when you put this on your desktop! But if you decide to bake it, you'll get a moist and rich cake that you can top with whipping cream, fruit, ice cream or frosting.
These romantic flowers have a not-so romantic name: bleeding hearts. These pink and white blooms come from a Bayfield, Wisconsin, garden.
This Dublin Bay Rose, a climbing red rose, blooms in a Peoria, Illinois, garden.
Ebony and Ivory Cupcakes
Powdered sugar glaze and chocolate shavings top this special-occasion cupcake. Perfect for your valentine!
Knock Out Roses
Easy-to-grow Knock Out roses look lovely on your desktop at Valentine's Day — and beautiful in your garden from late spring through fall.
Strawberries dipped in chocolate are among the specialties at Chocolate Cafe in South Haven, Michigan.