A multi-holed disc (or square, rectangle, whatever) and a bag of Hershey's kisses are all you need to make a lovey-dovey, light-catching "chandelier."
A shower-drain cover from the hardware store will do, or you could even use the hanging base of an old set of wind chimes. String the kisses (like you would popcorn for a Christmas tree) on different lengths of string, tie them to your base, string the base from a hook in the ceiling and you've got yourself a chandelier of kisses. Make sure not to hang it too close to a heat source, lest your kisses melt.
Best yet, on Feb. 15, you can start eating your décor.
Next up, your very own parade of roses …