fun, whimsical, happy, silly and of course a time to celebrate those
We can decorate as little or as much with pinks, reds,
golds or whites or whatever we like.
I have made a few things to share with you over the next week or
so. They are just simple things but really and truly it feels good to
With a few simple steps it is so easy to create a Valentine Vignette.
Last year we made this Vintage Valentine Grapevine Wreath, if you
like grapevine you may want to take a little peek. Amanda took it
home with her and incorporated it into her guest room decor.
You all know I love this little secretary, and I so enjoy dressing her
up, but I must tell you after all the decorating for Christmas I am
enjoying the beauty of simplicity. In fact, some of my home seems a
little bare, but very refreshing and good.
Step 1-Make or purchase a colorful wreath. I did make this one
this weekend because I enjoy making wreaths and I also have a little
wreath shop on etsy. If you would like to make your own here is
my Gold and Glam Wreath tutorial. Add your wreath to a door,
hutch, window or art niche they really do add color and festivity.
Step 2-Buy some wooden letters and paint them. I painted mine
red, any color would be great and since I have always enjoyed glitter
I added some glitter after I painted mine. I let them dry for a few
hours, then hung with them with clothes pins to my white framed
Step 3-Toss in some Vintage Valentine postcards or greeting cards.
I tend to hold onto most anything sentimental, so I can always find
Every time I look at this very Vintage card, I just have to chuckle.
So, however you add love to your home - enjoy! I hope you
received a little Valentine love here today!
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