July 23, 2014

Dressing Up Your Home for Valentines Day

We are not hugely into Valentine’s Day but  I do like to acknowledge the different seasons and holidays and make them special for my family. So I do a  little something for almost all the major holidays.  You may have noticed a few VDay things sprinkled here and there in various recent posts. Like these XO letters.

 decoupaged cardboard letters

These are  cardboard letters from Michael’s that I decoupaged  with toile tissue paper a few years ago. I don’t have any new Valentine projects to share (other than the cupcake liner wreath)  since I’m busy moving furniture and painting :)

I thought I’d share a few Valentine Decor Ideas from other people that I thought were fun and easy to do.

These are projects that I’d do myself if I had the time! Please click on each photo to go to it’s source.

Valentine Wreath

source:Lil Luna

Easy tutorial and it only cost her $4! Love it AND I could see re-working it for Christmas.

Free Valentine printable

source: eighteen25

This is a FREE  8×10 download! Might do this one if I can find a frame.

valentine day books

source: Hammers and High Heels

These are just old paperbacks wrapped with paper that have the lyrics to a song printed on them. So romantic!

valentine felt garland

source: Positively Splendid

Don’t you love all these gorgeous colors she used in this easy felt garland! She posted her whole Valentine’s Day mantel and it’s really cute  & packed with lots of ideas.

Hope this gives you some easy and inexpensive ideas to add some fun Valentine Decor to your home!

Have a super weekend!

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Comments

  1. I love the things you did for Valentines Day. We celebrate quietly at home with a nice dinner. We don’t make a big deal out of the day

  2. I really like those books wrapped and tied up with red ribbon – you know that could be a no-cost project, my favorite kind.

  3. Hi Manuela! I love all of these ideas, especially your toile letters! Thanks for stopping by and for your sweet comment on my dress form post!!

  4. Beautiful! I’ve been so busy making Valentine’s for the kids’ classmates, I haven’t put out any Valentine’s Day decor. I’ll probably do it next week. It will be after Valentine’s Day, but it will be my little treat to myself :)

    Mary Ellen
    The Working Home Keeper

  5. Lots of cute ideas – thanks for sharing. Like those letters – You did more than I did – I have done “0″ this year so far.
    Have a great weekend.

  6. I LOVE the X & O!!! So different! I’m not that into Valentines Day decorations, but a few little ones sprinkled here and there are nice!

  7. Wonderful ideas and thanks for sharing! I haven’t done much decorating this year for Valentine’s. It just seem like Christmas was yesterday …how time flies!
    Hugs,
    Donna

  8. You have some great ideas there, we do it for Christmas so why not for the 14th Feb!? I like to leave notes around the house but I think that your decorations could actually be better ways to carry messages around

  9. Thanks for sharing these projects with me! I may not have time to do them this year but will save them for next Valentine’s Day! Have a blessed day, HUGS!

  10. I love Valentine’s Day decor but lack the time for projects, too. I have a few vintage Valentine cards stuck in a mirror and then a shelf in my kitchen holds some Valentine’s decor, but that’s about it!

  11. I love the things you did for Valentines Day. We celebrate quietly at home with a nice dinner. We don’t make a big deal out of the day

  12. I love your x and o, they are lovely! The other ideas are great too.
    Have a wonderful weekend.
    Hugs Cindy