Friday, February 7, 2014

Valentine's Day Decor

Hello! I'm back today sharing my Valentine's Day decor. I really didn't think I had that many things for Valentine's Day, but as it turns out, I had quite a few. Enjoy the pics!


heart welcome sign

Y'all have seen my welcome sign many times before. It came with lots of metal decorations for all the different holidays. 


I didn't do much on the porch. Just the welcome sign with the hearts and a simple wooden heart decoration for the door.


I painted this silver tray with chalkboard paint and just temporarily taped the little red heart up on the corner. 




I actually have this mini chalkboard up year round. I usually keep the heart on it all year too. 


I still love this chalkboard frame I made. 


This is just some scrapbook paper I cut into a heart and mod podged. I used a hole punch to add some ribbon and tied it around this birdcage. 

svalentine's day decorations

I went pretty simple with the mantel. Just some hearts attached to baker's twine with mini clothespins, a vintage valentine in a frame, a wooden "love" sign, and some Dollar Tree ribbon tied to the candle holder.

valentine home decor







Another vintage valentine in a frame on the end table. I also brought out my red pillows from Christmas.









If you come to my house, you don't want to eat those conversation hearts...they're several years old. I just pack them up every year with the Valentine's decor. :)


This little tray in the kitchen usually gets a little something for each holiday. 




This is another piece of scrapbook paper I mod podged onto a gift tag to use as a little tassle. 


I switched out the papers in my kitchen chalkboard. The plaid paper is actually from Christmas, but it was red, so I thought it would be okay. :)

buffet decorated for valentine's day

The kitchen buffet is always fun to decorate. 



lillian vernon heart ornaments

Here's a close up of the hearts in the wire basket on top of the buffet. I've had these for years now.












world market cake stand



One more look at the mantel.


I have this little heart on the armoire. I think it was only a couple of dollars at JoAnn's one year after Valentine's Day. 

Well, that's it for Valentine's Day decor. Do y'all decorate for Valentine's?

~Lisa

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16 comments:

  1. Your Valentine's décor is just the sweetest! I love the little heart banner you made for the mantel.....so cute! Have a great weekend!
    ~Des

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  2. You've done a great job decorating your home for Valentines Day. It's hard to believe it will be here in one week!

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  3. It all looks so pretty, Lisa. I especially love the hearts in the wire basket and the tray on your counter. I'm always looking for unique things like that. The banner on your cute mantel is really neat...clothespins are a great idea!

    XO,
    Jane

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  4. How pretty - LOVE that vintage Valentine's in the frame!
    XOX

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  5. It's like a sprinkle of love, EVERYWHERE! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks, Tabatha! I tried to add a little love in each room. :) Thanks for stopping by!

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  6. Super cute, Lisa!! I love the chalkboard "Be Mine" sign!!

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  7. Your Valentine's touches are beautiful! I am saving this post for reference for next year. :) Love the hearts inside the wired basket!

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  8. I love all your little hearts! I think the garland on the mantle is my favorite!

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    1. Thank you, Kim! I got the hearts and baker's twine for the garland at Target's Dollar spot. Love that store! :)

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  9. I love the simplicity of your Valentine's Day decor - it is all so pretty. Love all the hearts.
    Patty at Home and Lifestyle Design

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  10. You're Valentine's Day decor is so pretty ~ thanks so much for sharing at this week's Project Inspire{d} ~ pinning!

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  11. Everything looks so pretty! I have a "thing" for hearts...collect them and use them year round.

    xo
    Pat

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  12. You have put a lot of "heart" into your decor. :) Looks great!

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  13. All so cute! Have a happy Vday...

    The Quiet Mom @ Pastrami French Dip with Bell Peppers and Caramelized Onion (http://thequietmom.com/blog/recipe/pastrami-french-dip-bell-peppers-and-caramelized-onion)

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    1. Thanks! Hope you have a happy Valentine's Day too!

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