Valentine's Day Decor Tour

08 February
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Less than a week until Valentine's Day!

I did a little decorating around my house... if you'd like to see then read on! I am including some fun similar items I found on Etsy too!

Valentine's Day Decor Tour

I'm having such fun creating tablescapes for the holidays! You can see my different versions here:

I'm excited to add my Valentine's Day tablescape to the lineup!

I reused a small, white Christmas tree and created a little tabletop Valentine tree with the addition of some simple pink hearts I cut from scrapbook paper and hung with pink and red baker's twine, some white hearts cut from bead board that my mom made for me several years ago, and some white twinkle lights.

For another cute look, I love {these} and {these} too!

I made the puffy white yarn hearts using {this} tutorial from Cami at Tidbits and the red and pink crochet doily underneath is something that my grandma made years ago. She did beautiful work. I found some other beautiful Valentine doilies {here}, {here}, and {here}!!

I loved the Putz house centerpiece I did for Christmas so much I decided to make a little Valentine Day Putz display! I had this cute pink Putz house in my craft supplies and the Gurley trees are new this year. I love that one of these little red trees has faded to pink 😍

I found some pink Putz houses for you {here} and {here} and some Gurley trees {here}.

I used the lace zebra table runner I made for my fall table and added some cute heart place mats from Target's Dollar Spot.

Then a few white dishes from my collection, some felt hearts from the Dollar Store a few years ago, and some little arrows I made from paper straws and scrapbook paper.

Speaking of arrows... I think {this} is so adorable!

The crochet heart confetti is from a shop on Etsy a few years ago. The shop I bought them isn't active anymore but there are some cute hearts in the WoollyPops shop!

I hung a yarn heart wreath I made years ago on the wall above the table and added a few things to the shelf.

 My Industrial Heart Garland is hanging from the hooks below the shelf.

The Recycled Farmhouse Table I made got just a couple of little touches.

A grungy little felt mouse and the red heart were from eBay years ago.

I made the large galvanized heart at the same time I made the heart garland.

I made this little angel like a hundred years ago and I still love her just as much today, she makes me smile every time I see her cute crooked smile and furniture plug hair!! Eeek!

And finally I added just a couple of things to the front porch... a crochet afghan my grandma made and a cute kissing booth pillow. {This} is a cute kissing booth sign!

Some new art on the chalkboard...

And a glittery dollar store heart on the door!

Do you decorate for Valentine's Day?

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  1. anne in the kitchenFebruary 08, 2017

    Love the Valentine's decorations!

  2. Nancy CarrollFebruary 09, 2017

    Love it all! Valentine's Day is a fun one to decorate for. The little angel is adorable even if she is a hundred years old!! She's aged well.

  3. Marion CollinsFebruary 09, 2017

    Lovely and charming Valentine decor. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Amanda WallaceFebruary 12, 2017

    Love the décor. I decorate for all the holidays and it is so nice to see that I am not the only one who goes all out for valentines day. Now I am looking forward to your St. Patrick's day tour;)

  5. Uh oh... the pressure is on now! ha ha! I don't have very much St. Patrick's Day decor, I'm hoping to do some cute crafty things though.


  6. Mimi HomewithMimiFebruary 12, 2017

    I love all your cute and romantic touches for Valentine's Day. It really is true that the little details have the greatest impact. Have a great day!

  7. Thanks, I agree, sometimes it's the little things that make the biggest impact :o)


  8. Sharon Culpepper BrittFebruary 15, 2017

    Creative and lovely Valentine decor. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Vintage Charm.

  9. Thank you Sharon!



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